The non-processor portion of Intel's data center group is expected to grow at a speedy rate.
The next top cop on Wall Street could be Debra Wong Yang, a former federal prosecutor who is currently a star lawyer who has defended the likes of Uber and Chris Christie.
Now that the Federal Reserve is set on slowly normalizing interest rates as the economy continues to expand, investors may look to alternative investment options such as a dividend growth exchange traded fund that acts more like a steady bond strategy. Investors may consider the actively managed Reality Shares DIVS ETF (NYSEArca: DIVY), which tries…
Berliners have been sharing their shock and grief, leaving tributes for the victims of the Christmas market truck attack.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Barack Obama’s plan to ban offshore drilling in parts of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans is “egregious” and reveals that the White House is trying to “nail everything to the floor so it can’t be moved” before Donald Trump takes over.
$5,500 or more can be contributed to a Roth IRA in 2017, but only if your income is below specific limits.
A day after truck plowed through a Christmas market in one of Berlin's busiest shopping areas, killing 12 people, no one is disputing that it was a deliberate act. Yet German authorities initially appeared reluctant to describe the incident as an act of terrorism.
Our analysts explain why they will be watching these companies in the coming weeks.
The Mexican-themed burrito chain has generated a crush of news this month. Here's one headline that wouldn't be out of place in the near future.
It’s best to avoid politics this holiday season if you want to remain on speaking terms with those dear to you. That advice is courtesy of the latest Fox News Poll.
The Pakistani migrant had been arrested not far from the scene of Monday night's carnage in the German capital.
Nike Inc, the world's No. 1 footwear maker, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit, fueled by higher demand across markets such as Western Europe and Greater China and lower costs.
Nike Inc, the world's No. 1 footwear maker, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by higher demand from Western Europe, Greater China and emerging markets.
It's been a rough year to be an investor in the genetic-testing equipment maker. Are we finally nearing bottom, or could there be more pain ahead?