He says rates are actually too high now but acknowledges that his view is in the minority on the central bank.
The U.S. and China have started to outline commitments on the stickiest issues, apparently marking progress toward ending a trade war.
Apple is working with Goldman Sachs on a joint credit card that the companies plan to roll out this spring, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
A federal judge will decide Thursday whether to change — or revoke — bond for Republican trickster Roger Stone for posting an Instagram photo of the judge next to an apparent rifle scope's crosshair.
Samsung's new foldable phone represents a "potential challenge" for Apple, Goldman Sachs warned clients Wednesday.
The FXI, which tracks Chinese stocks, has outperformed the S&P in the last six months. Strategist Mark Newton says the ETF is on the verge of a breakout.
Washington is pushing policy changes to expand drone sales to Gulf allies in the face of Chinese competition.
Zion Williamson of Duke University fell down and injured his knee, keeping him out of the rest of the game with University of North Carolina.
In recent years automakers have been adding pedestrian crash avoidance technology to the safety packages offered in many vehicles, but as of now, these systems are not mandatory in all vehicles.
Christopher Paul Hasson was arrested Feb. 15 on drug and gun charges. Prosecutors say he wanted "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen."
Comcast, Warner Bros. and Disney are the latest entries, signifying a major shift in strategy for traditional cable television companies — and it could be bad news for Netflix, in particular.
Chinese authorities could be getting ready to implement more extensive stimulus measures in a bid to encourage growth in the country, three economists said this week.
Pinterest has taken the boldest step thus far among the largest tech giants in blocking bad health advice.
Domino's on Thursday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations.
This year, go for zero. That is, pay the IRS exactly the amount you owe — no more and no less. A handful of taxpayers managed to do just that in 2016, according to SmartAsset's analysis of IRS data.
Johnson & Johnson has received subpoenas from the Justice Department and the SEC related to litigation involving alleged asbestos contamination in its Baby Powder line.
Karl Brauer of Cox Automotive told CNBC he suspects Elon Musk is misleading people about how far along Tesla is in self-driving technology.
Danish shipping group Moller-Maersk reported fourth-quarter earnings in line with expectations on Thursday, but warned a long-running trade conflict between the world's two largest economies could hamper growth in 2019.
The S&P 500 has rocketed off its December lows, but some areas of the market have performed even better. Their rally could be just getting started.
Mark Newman from Bernstein said Samsung's plan was to the show off the technology, get the manufacturing process going, and get customers used to the concept of a foldable smartphone.