It's a very different day of trading for the investor favoring energy stocks compared to those hedging their bets on biotech.
Pope Francis ranked first on Worth's list of the 100 most powerful people in global finance ahead of President Barack Obama. Presidential candidate Donald Trump doesn't make the list.
Stocks are mixed on Tuesday afternoon as energy pushes the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher while a biotech selloff weighs on the Nasdaq.
The Trans-Pacific Pact covers 40% of the world economy. President Obama needs to get Congress to pass it and then expand its ideas to other parts of the world.
Recent economic data, including a weaker-than-expected jobs report in September, heighten the possibility the central bank will wait until next year, or later, to raise interest rates.
Winning cultures like those at Apple and Starbucks are considered anomalies in America, but should be the norm. There is a science behind every corporate culture that can be cloned.
More than two dozen companies have driverless car plans, according to CB Insights. Here's the 11 retail companies where U.S. investors can take advantage.
Fixing your credit often means getting new lines of credit. That can be a tall order when your credit it under 500. So how do you get new credit?
Closing down after a lifetime of hard work poses its own challenges, says Kevin Harris at Northern Trust.
To make real progress on closing the gender wage gap, we need to teach our daughters how to go into business for themselves, says author Holly Lichtenfeld.
Now with more than 400 million users, Facebook’s Instagram is proving irresistible to celebrities worldwide.
Scott McNealy, who helped lead Sun during Silicon Valley's boom time, is now proud to be able to show his teenage boys what he's done with his life.
Advertising-tech stocks remain in the gutter, one big reason the start-up MediaMath has chosen to stay private -- at least for now.
Pointed questions at Twitter go unanswered, despite promises of change from CEO Jack Dorsey and the board.
Private electronics maker Roku is coming out with an updated version of its popular streaming media player, looking to take a bigger chunk out of the already-troubled pay-TV market.
The steep decline in oil prices over the last year has forced oil companies to pull back on production. Here's 10 large-cap oil-related companies to sell right now.
Pepco Holding (POM) shares closed trading up after the company's pending $6.8 billion merger with Exelon (EXC) came closer to being approved by the D.C. government.
Exelon (EXC) shares are rising on reports that the company reached a tentative deal with the D.C. government to purchase Pepco (POM).
Trian's Nelson Peltz, who engaged in a bruising proxy fight with DuPont, emphasized a collaborative relationship with GE. He says the stock is worth 70% more than its current price.
Will moving on from arguably the greatest catastrophe in the U.S. oil-world mean BP's stock will see better days ahead?
The 'flight to safety' continued last week as U.S. Treasury yields declined, gold rebounded and crude oil was not yet positive. The dollar could suffer a 'death cross.'
GE has disappointed investors for more than a decade, but something big is finally changing. The stock is 60% below where a big investor thinks it could be by 2018.
Fantasy football is attracting big money and taking its fair share out of your wallet, even if you're OK with that that.
These five technical setups are showing solid potential right now.
The drug stocks are competing with the oil patch for the prize of the worst sector in the entire market, Cramer says.
Cramer wants you to avoid Sprint, Intrexon and Motorola Solutions.
When the facts change, investors need to change their minds, Cramer says.
Cramer is watching a slew of earnings next week including Pepsico, Monsanto and Domino's Pizza. But he wants you to know how he invests right now.
Why study charts? Because charts are like the footprints at the scene of the crime, clues to what the big money managers are likely thinking, Cramer says.
Details about BlackBerry's new Priv smartphone keep emerging and pleasing investors, along with improvements to its BBM messaging service and an agreement to make anti-spy phones with Tata.
Microsoft dove deeper into the hardware business with its first laptop, the Surface Book, while Twitter launched curated groups of tweets called 'Moments' to help revive growth.
These three mega-caps have outpaced their S&P 500 benchmark by at least 10%.
Pittsburgh has hosted the NL Wild Card Game three consecutive times, and this year, ticket prices have reached new highs.
China's yuan has become the fourth most-commonly used currency in the world, overtaking the Japanese yen for the first time, according to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.
GM's most advanced car ever will hit showrooms at the end of October.
Tesla's Model X SUV initially struck some commentators as too expensive. Now Wall Street is coming around to that line of thinking.
It still isn't easy to find a luxury vehicle that gets more than 25 miles per gallon combined, but Tesla has prodded the competition to adapt quickly.
Thinking that a red car can drive up your insurance rates is wrongheaded, but believing an insurer will cover items stolen from your car is an expensive mistake.
The new '16 car, truck and SUV auto models are out - are you ready to roll?
Batman, Star Wars and Minion characters are this year's most popular costumes, so if you want to be different, avoid them. Wal-Mart, Party City and Etsy can help.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined by less than 1% Thursday.
Costumes from Batman to Darth Vader will help retailers rake in $6.9 billion this Halloween, but that's less lucrative than last year for companies like Amazon, Wal-Mart and Party City.
Cablevision is likely to continue to push its slimmer package at least until its acquisition by Altice, analysts say.
The $30 MiFone W15 smartwatch can't compete with any of today's expensive smartwatches -- but could be just right for some users.