When Freddie Mercury decided his band Queen would record a Christmas song, he gave Jim Lea a call.
Direct deposits and other financial transactions were delayed Thursday by a glitch at the Federal Reserve that has since been resolved.
Optimism over a "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China is pushing stocks to record highs in the final days of the year. But Wall Street banks still believe trade is one of the biggest risks for markets in 2020.
After nearly five years of negative interest rates, the oldest central bank in the world has had enough.
If you bought something with a credit or debit card from a Wawa convenience store in the last nine months, your personal information might have been swiped.
Boeing's credit rating was trimmed by Moody's and Standard & Poor's, as the rating agencies said the aircraft maker's move to halt 737 Max production comes with increased risks.
President Donald Trump says the Chinese will buy $50 billion worth of farm products as part of a phase one deal struck last week, but that would mean China would have to double the amount it bought from US farmers before the trade war started.
The shale revolution of the 2010s catapulted the United States to the top of the global energy food chain. Yet the view from the top has been awfully lonely for investors.
Michael Bloomberg won't have to file his public financial disclosure report until February 4, 2020, after being granted a 45-day extension by the Federal Election Commission.
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FedEx has been trying to turn its business around after a difficult year, but its second quarter results show that it's not nearly there yet.
A New York state judge on Wednesday dismissed a 16-count indictment against President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on double jeopardy grounds.
Shares of Cathay Pacific opened down 1.6% in Hong Kong on Wednesday after the city's flagship airline recorded yet another dismal month and said it would reduce capacity next year. But the stock reversed direction in mid-morning trade and was last up 0.2%.
A sales warning from one of the world's biggest consumer goods companies is undermining hopes for a significantly stronger global economy in 2020.
5G wireless is a reality, and it's gearing up for broad adoption. So it should come as no surprise that there is now a fund solely dedicated to the red hot technology.
The decade is almost over — and one incredibly volatile investment stood out from all the rest as the best of the 2010s. Want to guess what it was?
America's housing market has come back to life in the final months of the year and promises to boost the economy in 2020.
Boeing shares continued to slide Tuesday after the company announced it would temporarily halt production of the troubled 737 Max.
A "phase one" trade deal between the United States and China, announced Friday, has cleared the path for riskier assets to rally through the end of the year.
Asian stocks moved a little bit higher Tuesday.
Oprah Winfrey has extended her partnership with WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers, for another five years.
Goldman Sachs is the first big US bank to say it won't finance new oil projects in the Arctic.
Robinhood's free-trading ethos turned the online brokerage industry on its head.
As Jersey City, New Jersey, mourns after this week's deadly shooting, a charity has stepped up to help the family of the police officer who was killed.