If you thought “The Sopranos” was the quintessential modern-day mob drama, you haven’t yet heard what Microsoft did on Friday.
U.S. stocks rallied Monday after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke’s comments on the job market gave investors reason to believe interest rates will stay low.
1994 was great for movie fans. “Pulp Fiction.” “The Shawshank Redemption.” “Forrest Gump.” But bond investors definitely would rather forget that year.
Facebook has filed a motion to dismiss the case against it from Paul Ceglia, an upstate New York man who claims he’s owed 50% of the company.
BMW is recalling 367,000 5-series and 6-series cars in the United States because a battery cable cover in the trunk may have been incorrectly installed.
CNNMoney recently ran two columns on the role speculators are having on oil prices.
Stronger job growth has brought “good news” recently, but overall, it remains “out of sync” with the modest growth of the U.S. economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Monday.
A record box office opening for “The Hunger Games” has investors buying shares of the movie’s studio, the publisher of the books on which the film is based, and various theater chains.
After botching its debut as a public company last week, BATS Global Markets issued a heartfelt apology Sunday night in a letter to customers.
Taking advantage of relaxed campaign finance laws, a cadre of deep-pocketed donors are spending gobs of money to bankroll super PACs, a phenomenon that is reshaping the modern election cycle.