Japanese authorities are cementing its place as a driving force for bitcoin, at a time when China is turning its back on virtual currencies.
U.S. stock index futures were set to open little changed Friday, the last trading day of a solid third quarter of gains for stocks.
U.S. government debt prices were lower on Friday morning as investors grew skeptical about how tax reform will deliver growth.
Our live blog tracked markets as investors focused on President Donald Trump's tax proposal and its chances of getting through Congress.
There is a positive correlation between market performance and companies owned by their founder or family, according to Credit Suisse.
Our live blog tracked reaction after U.S. President Donald Trump revealed his tax reform plan, which he hailed as "once in a generation."
The U.S. company is planning to hire an addition 95,000 workers for the holiday season.
A recent rise for the price of oil could be set to continue, according to one commodities analyst, who believes there is now a "real rebalancing" in the market.
Our live blog tracked market reaction as European markets opened higher after Yellen said the Fed should stick to its rate path.
The inability of the U.S administration to pass new tax cuts has delayed the next boom and bust cycle in the country, says one economist.
A nine-second video of Williams singing the first line of the song — "I love myself, I want you to love me" — was released Sunday by campaigning organization the I Touch Myself Project, in partnership with bra-maker Berlei.
Emails between Google employees appear to show them discussing ways to alter the company's search engine algorithm after the U.S. administration's travel ban. Google said none of the suggestions was ever implemented, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Instagram's new IGTV video service suggested content that showed potential child abuse, according to a report by Business Insider. In one video, called "Hot Girl Follow Me," a girl aged around 11 or 12 is shown about to take her top off.
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Joel Shulman of EntrepreneurShares says even with the big market move in recent months, he's still bullish, as money is still pouring into stocks.
Joe LaVorgna of Natixis expects the Fed to hike rates twice more this year, at least once or twice in 2019, and again in 2020.
Helima Croft of RBC Capital Markets discusses whether Saudi Aramco can ramp up capacity to make up for any disruptions and losses in the market from other producers.