Market conditions and stabilizing economic data could lead the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in October, David Lebovitz said.» Read More
Kenneth Griffin, whose Citadel hedge funds manage $24 billion in assets, said he is approaching 2015 with "vigilance."
Citi calls the recent rise in oil "a head-fake."
It's a good thing for Apple, because otherwise the U.S. profit picture would look a lot different.
Morgan Stanley is looking to reduce its exposure to hedge funds by selling its stake in Lansdowne, according to a WSJ report.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday Greece will not seek an extension of its current bailout.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Big U.S. banks say that a proposed Fed rule on higher capital requirements would penalize them if the dollar remains strong against the euro.
High tech advances in online education bringing more credibility to online graduate degrees. But this could eventually hurt universities.
Turney Duff, now five years sober, talks about how cocaine crushed his trading skills—and cost him and his firm millions.
John Whitehead, a former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs who helped make it a top-tier Wall Street firm, has died.
The strong monthly jobs report brings the possibility of an interest rate hike into focus, while concerns about Greece continue to weigh.
Scott Cohn has fond memories of reporting from the CME pits. But, it's hard to mourn them. It's time to move on.
The Department of Justice has a warning for Wall Street: Foreign intelligence services are actively trying to penetrate the U.S. financial system.
Former CME trader David Greenberg recalls the rush of trading in the pits — and the risks of letting electronic trading take over.
After a strong jobs report, market response not so enthusiastic.
When will the Federal Reserve stop acting like the economy is in crisis?
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
When Wells Fargo customers open up their profile at one of the bank's automated teller machines this week, they'll find a new option.
The trader known as "The Wolfman," who stood behind Rick Santelli in many a CME live shot, laments the closing of the pits—the "Colosseum" for futures traders.
That number will help current quarter earnings, but CEO Sally Smith tells CNBC fourth quarter results were held back some by higher chicken costs and higher labor costs.