A onetime bull market leader did something significant last week and that should be good news.
Hedge fund investing is expensive, but following what the big-name managers do is not.
Soros Fund Management took new positions in the energy sector, including stakes in these stocks.
Billionaire activist Carl Icahn slightly boosted his exposure to eBay by roughly $25 million in the fourth quarter, according to a regulatory filing.
Apple has been granted a patent for an iPhone-compatible headset, hinting the company might be pushing into the virtual reality market.
A continuing resolution is just about the worst way that Congress could solve the funding problem.
The low-profile, rank-and-file congressman is regarded as a kingmaker back home.
The explosion has underscored frustration over delays in implementing more forceful safety regulations.
While Bush avoided the spotlight last year, aides were making a plan.
Iceberg Research, the anonymous commenter that caused Singapore-listed Noble shares to drop this week, may soon find itself unmasked.
As European politicians ponder how to solve the impasse over Greece’s debts, some of the key players seem to be digging out their philosophy books.
Sony aims to boost its operating profit 25-fold within three years by focusing on its more profitable businesses.
The tanker cars that were part of an oil train that derailed in West Virginia Monday were newer models that included safety upgrades voluntarily adopted by the industry four years ago.
CNBC takes a look at eight ways to make your homes greener, cleaner — and even cheaper — places to live.
The stabbings of two people at a Detroit-area bus stop began with what police said was a simple question: Are you Muslim?
A New Jersey man poured water on a freezing road to create black ice trying to cover up his drunken car crash, police said.
New York Times reporter James Risen goes on a Twitter rant against Attorney General Eric Holder.
It's a big year for Pinterest with the launch of its ad format, and upcoing push to get advertisers to embrace its "Promoted Pins."
Aides to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu say they are being kept in the dark about details of the nuclear negotiations, but American officials say that is not true.
The announcement came hours before four women filed a lawsuit accusing Mohammad Abdullah Saleem of abuse dating back to the 1980s.