The Federal Reserve may have overstated the strength of the labor market and the rate of inflation, leading to monetary policy ahead that will be easier than previously thought, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said Tuesday. » Read More
Chinese internet giant Tencent, owner of social app WeChat, reported fourth-quarter and annual earnings results Wednesday.
The fate of "repeal and replace" means a few very important things to Wall Street, says Ron Insana.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has revealed that he didn't seek his current role in the U.S. administration and only accepted the job after being convinced by his wife.
Amazon's personal assistant can help you start your day right by reading you the news. Here's how it works.
Turn your teen into a savvy investor while they're still in high school, U.S. News reports.
Biden made a deadpan joke that the Obama administration tapped Trump Tower "five or six times."
Cashin says "This is not going to be the final bill by any means."
Starbucks said Wednesday that it will be giving its customers more ways to order coffee than before.
Costco is ramping up its home grocery delivery efforts by teaming up with a third-party service.
Money manager Michael Pento explains what could finally be the catalyst that sends this market over the edge.
If volatility keeps rising, history shows Treasury bonds and gold are safe havens for investors.
There could be a bigger pullback on the way — one hinging on the notion that President Donald Trump is losing political clout.
Suddenly, non-Chinese investors are getting more serious about investing in the country's bonds.
While standing by his January prediction on CNBC for a 10 percent S&P 500 gain this year, Marc Lasry warns the rally could run into trouble in 2018.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on March 29. Here's what you can expect from the new Android smartphone.
Sidney Torres of "The Deed" says this small tweak can make a big difference.
Workers like to think about how they'll spend their time once they've stopped working, but few have come up with a plan of how to get there.
The issues facing retailers are "just too big," and those stocks should see more downside, Marc Lasry tells CNBC.
The founder of the Vanguard Group said for simple "mathematical reasons" future returns will be lower than in the past.
There may be hope for the climate after all, Vox reports.