By: Steve Liesman
Some 76 percent of respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey said they believe there will be a hike at year-end and two to three more next year. » Read More
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Equifax on Monday acknowledged a second security breach that happened earlier in the year, separate from the one it disclosed two weeks ago.
The bankruptcy comes ahead of the crucial holiday season, when the retailer does the majority of its sales.
Jefferies starts coverage for Tesla shares at an underperform rating.
Wal-Mart is expanding an option that allows shoppers using food stamps to order items through its online grocery pickup platform.
President Donald Trump will debut his "America First" foreign policy at the United Nations.
One trader says banks are about to break out, and there's one name in particular that will see a bounce.
Cramer asks how the heck Richard Smith, Equifax CEO, still has a job. The massive data breach was enough to land Smith a spot on the Mad Money 'Wall of Shame.'
The Dow Jones industrial average just posted its best week of the year, but its oldest component is badly lagging in 2017.
Dollar weakness and equity strength have helped the vast nest-egg balloon in size.
Dominican Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit used Facebook in the early hours of Tuesday to describe the "mind-boggling" real-time impact of Hurricane Maria.
Amazon's shopping algorithm can guide users to purchase potentially lethal bomb-making ingredients, report finds.
A fresh bout of volatility could be here for stocks, if history is any indication.
One-time pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne has beaten superstar Beyonce at something, but she may not be totally happy with her victory.
It's the most active week for IPOs since at least June as investors seek to raise $1.6 billion from seven issues
A magnitude-3.6 earthquake hit Los Angeles late Monday. Experts said it was unlikely to cause any serious damage.
Entrepreneurs are exploring new ways to list companies on exchanges — and placate Silicon Valley employees — while avoiding the pitfalls of initial public offerings.
It's not too late for South Korean leaders to "reflect on the lessons" from Seoul's THAAD deployment, Chinese state media said on Tuesday.