The Swiss central bank roiled markets worldwide and caught companies and investors alike unaware.
A man is fighting extradition back to Idaho to face charges that he shot three people to death and wounded a fourth there last weekend.
Earnings season is back, baby! Jim Cramer is watching these key companies next week.
PepsiCo has elected an advisory partner at Trian Fund Management to its board following a push by Trian to split the company.
Plummeting prices threaten Texas' economy -- and his 2016 prospects.
The first day will include an opening statement from Lynch and questions from committee members.
Why one pro thinks the Fed will need to do another round of stimulus this year.
James Bullard said Friday there are several reasons why the Fed and the market are "disconnected."
The Supreme Court is taking up an appeal from California raisin producers who object to a government program regulating the market.
An electrical malfunction that filled a Washington subway train with smoke, killing one passenger and sickening dozens more, continued for 44 minutes before the Metro transit agency shut off power to the affected rail, federal investigators said Friday.
AT&T said that it would be taking a $10 billion charge, but the company said that it would not affect operating profits.
"I don't think people realize how hard it is to run a national party ... without a president," he says.
Euro zone officials discussed extending Greece's bailout program.
Dennis Gartman, along with Deutsche Bank's David Bianco, talk about who is hurt by the Swiss central bank's move.
Earnings and data all take a back seat to the ECB in the week ahead.
In another sign of the ultra-luxury market's growth, Mercedes-Benz is starting its Mercedes-Maybach S600 at just under $190,000.
As economic trends indicate the 10-year and other U.S. Treasurys could tank even lower, Pimco has shied away from U.S. bonds.
Washington University in St. Louis, with a small share of lower-income students, is announcing a major expansion of financial aid.
Some investment opportunities are in places that people have been avoiding the past few years, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich said.
A federal study found that there was no reliable way to get at the communications of terrorism suspects without sweeping up records of every call in the United States.