The economy's growth could slow to a crawl by the end of next year and fall into recession by 2020, economists say.
Apple's stock, once a safe haven from market turmoil, is more than 20 percent below all-time highs and clinging to modest year-to-date gains.
In Diane Greene's three years running Google's cloud, the VMware co-founder boosted hiring and won some notable deals, but the business never cracked double digits in terms of market share and was beset by internal clashes.
At first glance, it looks like a $9 trillion time bomb is ready to detonate, a corporate debt load that has escalated thanks to easy borrowing terms and a seemingly endless thirst from investors.
Pfizer joins Walmart, AT&T, Boston Scientific, Union Pacific, and Leidos in asking for campaign contributions to be returned.
In an unusual break with typical Supreme Court practice, Chief Justice John Roberts on Wednesday delivered a mild rebuke of President Donald Trump for calling a federal judge in California an "Obama judge."
Receipt collectors are about to be disappointed. This year marks the first in which the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is in effect. That means many of the tax breaks you claimed on your 2017 return will be off the table for 2018.
Among the tips: Make sure your TV supports HDR standards in addition to 4K.
The U.S. stock market went on a wild ride during this week's sharp sell-offs, and that has some market experts discussing recession forecasts.
A relatively calm holiday weekend without any major storms or technical glitches that canceled or delayed scores of flights is welcome news for the airlines and their investors — especially in a year that's mostly been a bust for most airline stocks.
Roughly 63 percent of merchandise at department stores like Macy's and Lord & Taylor will be discounted this year, up from 60 percent last year, according to a study by Refinitiv.
Nicholas Truglia hacked into the phones of multiple Silicon Valley executives, prosecutors in California say.
Retail stocks jumped on Wednesday after posting eight straight days of losses, the group's longest losing streak on record. Now, one strategist is calling for bigger gains to come.
A money manager named James Cordier tells his 290 clients that he couldn't navigate a "rogue wave" that hit as oil and natural gas markets gyrated severely.
Autodesk reported better-than-expected third-quarter results on Tuesday. It also issued a forecast that topped estimates and announced the acquisition of PlanGrid.
Those who started buying the cryptocurrency around the 2017 holidays might not be as enthusiastic this year.
Amazon's PillPack has filed for a few new licenses, including to ship from Phoenix to Washington, which may point to a plan to serve the company's employees first.
President Donald Trump is heaping praise on crude oil's massive sell-off, but don't expect these levels to last for too long, says Tom Kloza, co-founder of the Oil Price Information Service.
Investors beware: The markets could be in for a bumpy time. These are the moves you may want to make now.
U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32 people in 11 states.