M&A within the health care space dominated the headlines this year, and the trend is set to continue into 2015.
Gold extended its rally to a six-week high on Tuesday, boosted by a weaker dollar and losses in equities.
Homebuilders Hovnanian and Toll Brothers will give the latest glimpse into the state of housing when they report quarterly earnings before the opening bell on Wednesday.
While Smith & Wesson faces some short-term challenges, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says the company has some encouraging long-term growth prospects.
Cheap oil prices aren't the only risk to Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway's $825 million acquisition of Weatherford's oilfield chemicals and drilling fluids businesses.
Merck will buy advanced antibiotic researcher Cubist Pharmaceuticals for $8.4 billion, illustrating a new emphasis on combating so-called 'superbugs.'
Billionaire investors don't always make their money from top stocks like Apple and Google -- some of their best-performing holdings might surprise you.
The Labor Department reported a better-than-expected jobs number in November and hourly earnings that doubled economists’ expectations.
After a surge in mergers and acquisitions in 2014, Kirkland & Ellis LLP partner Sarkis Jebejian says the momentum should be sustained next year.
Scott Wren, managing director and senior equity strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors, expects better economic growth in the United States and the global economy to stabilize next year.