Brent crude oil fell to four-year low below $79 a barrel after Chinese data showed further slowdown in activity.
He warns her to get out of the 'cocoon of inevitability.'
A chart of the Dow Jones industrial average is telling us that further gains lie ahead, according to technical analysts.
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban says the debate over net neutrality reminds him of something out of an Ayn Rand novel.
The 23-year veteran of Washington didn't so much as draw a challenge.
Starting this month in North America, the graphics card company will stream games from the cloud. Re/code reports.
A Senate runoff election between Mary Landrieu and Bill Cassidy is playing out with the Keystone pipeline vote.
Obamacare's small business health marketplaces are likely to fall well short of projected enrollment, the GAO suggests.
Can shares of the parent company to Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin Robbins stay hot? One options trader seems to think so.
Democrats also plan to add Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar to their leadership team.
The House minority leader chastizes Time for featuring McConnell and Boehner on covers and not her.
Mr. Obama intends to order changes that will combat millions of potential deportations, reports the New York Times.
Samsung also wants to follow consumers while they're shopping.
Though known for Bud and Bud Light, Anheuser-Busch InBev is branching out, CEO Carlos Brito says.
Bank branch closures are heading for a record year as the industry trims down and services become increasingly electronic.
The Army is decreasing the number of officers, who risk facing lowered pensions that can lead to financial instability, reports the New York Times.
Plagiarism detectives have been waging a campaign to brand Zakaria as a copycat.
ZTE is building brand awareness in the United States with new deals that add to its edge in the growing prepaid market.
Berkshire Hathaway announced Thursday it has acquired the Duracell battery business from Procter & Gamble.
Lonely men from around the world pay as much as $3,000 each to attend seminars where self-described pick-up artist Julien Blanc and his associates purport to teach how to seduce women, but critics say what the California-based "dating coach" advocates is more like sexual assault -- even rape -- than romance.