Billionaire investor Paul Singer has a message for CalPERS: Dumping your hedge funds makes no sense.
Samsung will cut the number of its smartphone models next year in an effort to pare back costs. FT reports.
The home-improvement retailer said it was still trying to determine the total cost of a recent consumer data breach.
Russia has launched a mysterious object that Western agencies are monitoring for malicious signs. FT reports.
He also tells House Republicans they need be able to "chew gum and walk" at the same time.
A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his longtime friend because the suspect was angry that the victim took food from the suspect's mother.
Blame Samsung's lackluster growth in mobile devices on this.
Discussing Home Depot's mixed quarterly results the retailer's leadership transition, with Michael Lasser, UBS hardline retail analyst.
The 74-year-old California Democrat will once again try to regain the House majority in 2016.
Low interest rates, affordable home prices and solid job creation lifted home builders' confidence in November.
Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings was suspended by the NFL for at least the remainder of the season.
A man suspected of fatally shooting an off-duty police officer at an Ohio pub and injuring four other people has pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder and assault charges.
Ford is recalling about 65,000 sedans because the ignition key can be removed even if the car is not in "park" 30 minutes after the ignition is off.
He is the third lawyer since the suit was initially passed.
Portland police detectives are investigating after receiving reports that some students at Grant High School have recorded students having sex on and off campus, then shared those videos with other students.
Alstory Simon has always considered himself a forgiving person, but after being tricked into confessing to a double murder and spending 15 years in prison, he finds it hard to turn the other cheek.
Although many official measurements show the economy is recovering, millions are still scrambling to catch up.
There may not be a recession next year, but don't expect a year of stellar growth either, according to BofA ML.
Longtime bull Jeremy Siegel told CNBC he sees favorable market trends that may send the Dow past 20,000 by the end of 2015.