Stocks dropped sharply on Monday as some of the largest technology shares pressured the broader market.
The rising Democratic star is privately engaging with his donors and supporters about his next move. Two of the options on the table include either running for president in 2020 or a move for John Cornyn's Senate seat.
Oil prices shrugged off the killing of a Saudi journalist by the kingdom's agents, but the crisis could soon affect global oil policy, according to Helima Croft, global head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
"Buying the dip," isn't working for the first time in 16 years, according to analysis from Morgan Stanley.
Rising mortgage rates and continued home price growth are hurting affordability and fast becoming a toxic cocktail for the nation's homebuilders.
In April, Sandberg told Bloomberg she felt "deeply personally responsible, because a lot of mistakes were made."
Bitcoin is now down 20 percent this week, falling to its lowest level in more than a year.
A CNBC investigation found that some online subscription services employ confusing business tactics, such as opting customers in to recurring charges without their knowledge and making it very difficult for shoppers to opt out of the monthly fees.
CNN, rejecting what it called the White House's "attempt to provide retroactive due process," warned Sunday that it will seek to depose the defendants, who include President Donald Trump, "on their intentions and their conduct."
Facebook is facing a mountain of problems. According to some experts, the stock isn't done falling.
Three Senate Democrats filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unconstitutional and asking a federal judge to remove him.
Goldman sees economic growth slowing to below 2 percent in the second half of 2019 as the Fed continues to raise rates and the effects of the tax cut wear off.
Emergency services on Sunday sifted through the charred wreckage of California's deadliest ever wildfire, searching for signs of nearly 1,000 people believed still missing as crews made progress in bringing the blaze under control.
The S-400, a mobile long-range surface-to-air missile system, is the Kremlin's answer to America's Patriot and THAAD platforms. Lockheed Martin makes the THAAD, or terminal high altitude area defense, system, while Raytheon makes the Patriot.
The stock market next year could peak at heights that are double-digit percentage points above current levels, according to BMO Capital Markets.
UBS says General Electric will be able to reduce its debt "to far more acceptable levels by 2020."
The shortened Thanksgiving trading week culminating in the big Black Friday shopping day is typically a good one for consumer stocks and certain retail names in particular, history shows.
Google, Facebook, eBay and Airbnb will now allow employees to settle sexual harassment disputes in court, rather than through private arbitration. The move could make it easier for employees who've faced harassment to come forward.
The deal still needs regulatory approval from several countries, but the unconditional Chinese approval is a big step forward for Disney.
Art schools have launched incubators and certificate programs to help art students launch businesses and prepare for careers in the gig economy. These include programs at Arizona State University and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.