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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.
Some investment opportunities are in places that people have been avoiding the past few years, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich said.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Friday to hear a case on whether states can ban gay marriage.
Here are three reasons why Obama's proposed federal law mandating paid sick leave from work would be a bad idea.
ARM Holdings CEO Simon Segar told CNBC that the smart home is an idea that is becoming more welcome in the tech world.
The brokerage was brought to its knees by the Swiss National Bank's surprise move on the franc Thursday.
Scientists lost contact with the Beagle 2 before it was supposed to land on Mars on Christmas Day more than 10 years ago.
Some commodity traders are taking an interesting approach to playing the oil market to turn a profit.
Authorities do not need to change course on balancing security and privacy, President Obama and British PM Cameron said.
Jim Thompson, the founder and chairman of Crown Worldwide, celebrated his birthday with pushups.
A year in which the U.S. economy was supposed to turn the corner and lead the world has started out in bumpy fashion.
The classic car auctions in Scottsdale, Arizona, are off to a fast start, suggesting the market remains strong.
Top U.S. health official Marilyn Tavenner resigned as administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Friday.
A new study finds that the mobile industry last year produced more than $3.3 trillion in revenue.
Net capital outflows were driven by the country's conflict with Ukraine and the pressure of international sanctions.