U.S. stocks gain for a third day on hope that the Fed will stay the course with its bond buying program. The central bank conclude a two-day meeting Wednesday.
Southeastern Asset Management apparently believes Carl Icahn is some sort of loss leader.
Third Point's Dan Loeb upped his stake in Sony and pushed the Japanese electronics company to spin off its entertainment arm.
Activist investor isn't done with Dell... yet.
Not extinct yet! Even though some think old tech companies are boring, investors love HP, Cisco, Intel and Microsoft this year.
U.S. Senate candidate's record as a public company director.
A new study suggests a different type of bank account could get people to save more.
Take a look at any major stock index two seconds before the monthly Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey hits the airwaves, and the trading volume is astounding.
President Obama hinted Monday that he will not reappoint Ben Bernanke to a third term as Federal Reserve chairman.
Despite the recent volatility in global markets, gold prices continue to slide as demand for safe havens wane.
Investors look set to push stocks cautiously higher in the hope that the Fed will calm fears about an early end to cheap money.
A new company offers automated trading for anyone with a computer. Is that a good thing?
U.K. authorities have charged former UBS and Citigroup trader Tom Hayes with fraud over his role in attempting to rig global benchmark interest rates.
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Shares of China's Kandi Technologies rallied more than 20% as the electric vehicle maker begins work on its first parking and charging station.
It has been more than a year since Google announced a bizarre stock split -- which would allow the company to issue more shares. The move got held up due to a legal battle, but the split is finally closer to reality after Google settled a case with shareholders this weekend.
The G-8 Summit should be the most consequential economic attraction this week. Unfortunately, it won't be. Here's what to expect from both.
Investors are waiting for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to provide more clarity about when the central bank may start to cut back on its bond-buying program.