U.S. small-business optimism fell in September as more owners said they expected a slowdown in profits and sales and other concerns, a survey shows.
J.C. Penney has a new CEO on the way, but the beleaguered retailer still can't get the basics of an analyst powwow right.
JPMorgan Chase reported lower-than-estimated third-quarter profit Tuesday as unexpected legal expenses of $1 billion offset strength in other areas.
HealthCare.gov has been revamped as its second enrollment season approaches. But things are still complicated. Here's a look at what you need to know.
Supermodels, rappers and even certain Wall Street pros can give you fair warning about when investing trends are shifting. And they don't even know it.
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The stock market couldn't shake off last week's jitters and closed lower again Monday. Airlines, energy and materials stocks were among the big decliners.
Digital marketers are scanning vast numbers of online images, looking for brand names on clothing or products held to target ads and build a dossier on you.
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The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States dropped 12 cents in the past three weeks to its lowest point in nearly a year.
Financial institutions increasingly are turning to voice biometric technology to screen calls for signs of fraud. Is your bank using it?
Groupe BPCE, one of France's largest banks, is teaming up with social network Twitter this week to allow its customers to transfer money via tweets.
Amazon is taking a step back in processing financial transactions, and Apple is expected to announce new Macs and iPads.
One company has created bundles of stocks of companies that reflect Democratic and Republican leanings. But should you put your money where your vote is?
Investors avoided another roller coaster day Friday. Instead, they got a steady decline that left the market with its worst weekly showing since May 2012.
Activist investors have taken over Olive Garden parent Darden Restaurants. Can they deliver the turnaround that they're promising?
How did Jeffrey Gundlach go from down-and-out rock drummer to bond billionaire? With a little help from infinity, and "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous."
Universal is promoting its new Dracula movie at theme parks for Halloween, and the doomed Redbox Instant finally closes.
An activist investor has won all of the board seats for Olive Garden parent company Darden Restaurants, according to results announced by the company.
Import prices fell in September for the third straight month as the cost of petroleum products declined and a strong dollar made European goods cheaper.
The Nasdaq dropped more than 1% Friday, continuing a recent bout of weakness as the tech-heavy index was pressured by weakness in semiconductor stocks.
Amazon will open its first brick-and-mortar store on 34th Street in Manhattan across the street just in time for this year's holiday season.
Ice cream and fast food chain Dairy Queen is the latest retailer to reveal a hack of its customer data.
Apple is beefing up its iPad, but it has a lot of work to do on the table and its Mac line to get customer attention.
Early adapters of Keurig 2.0 and competitors hate the system's new rights management technology, which limits the use of the brewer.
Just a day after the market had its best day of 2014, it had its worst. The Dow plunged 334 points as fear about the global economy sent investors fleeing.