Stocks Tuesday added to Monday's big gains, showing the markets are not afraid of Vladimir Putin. Instead, investors focused on some more upbeat economic news.
With little news about China's economy or the Ukraine crisis, markets lacked a clear direction Wednesday. But for two small biotech stocks, the direction was straight up.
Bitcoin and businesses surrounding it have had it tough lately. But allow us to present two reasons not to count out the virtual currency yet: Marc Andreessen and Fred Wilson.
The trade deficit in the U.S. was little changed in January as exports and imports grew, a sign economies throughout the globe are picking up.
Dorian Nakamoto says he isn't the creator of bitcoin, adding further mystery to the story of how the world's most popular digital currency came to be.
The path toward U.S. energy independence, made possible by a boom in shale oil, will be much harder than it seems.
The failure of Mt. Gox was expected, but the size of the theft was a surprise. The disappearance of $390 million in bitcoins will generate greater governmental scrutiny.
Credit Suisse blames a small number of employees after a U.S. Senate report said the Swiss lender helped clients hide as much as $10 billion from tax authorities.
The auto industry must evolve from making vehicles to providing transportation solutions for gridlocked cities -- and for young people who don't have driver's licenses.
Toyota says it will stop making cars and engines in Australia by the end of 2017, marking the end of a once-vibrant auto production base and the loss of thousands of jobs.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, in a boost to the labor market outlook and the broader economy.
In his annual newsletter, Bill Gates predicted that by 2035, there would be almost no poor countries left in the world, as formerly "developing nations" actually...
A gauge of consumer spending rose more than expected in December, suggesting the economy gathered steam at the end of last year.
China's export growth slowed in December while imports accelerated, possibly helping to temper fears of a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
A global retirement crisis is bearing down on workers of all ages. Spawned years before the financial meltdown of 2008, it will play out for decades to come.
China's government has banned financial institutions from trading in bitcoin, in what analysts said was a restrained first step towards regulating the digital currency.
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in October as exports hit a record high.
The astronomical rise in the value of bitcoin - which has surged more than 8,000 percent this year - has created a new breed of digital currency multimillionaires.
Bitcoin touched a fresh all-time high Monday as the digital currency continued to gain favor with investors.
Bitcoin's popularity in China has contributed to its shooting over $300 in value, but investors shouldn't be rash in buying the virtual currency.
More than one quarter of Americans currently perceive China as the world's dominant economic power, according to a new survey, a reflection of the changing global order.
Here's a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you'll just want to know.