“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on the market’s change in attitude.
Jim Cramer sees a lot of changes happening in the market, but they could just be buying time. Is this rally the real deal?
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at how some of the Street's biggest money managers are investing their funds.
Carl Icahn reduced his stake in Apple by 7 million shares to 45.7 million shares on Tuesday.
It's Carl Icahn's 80th birthday. He's made an average of $581,793 each day he's been alive.
The R-rated "Deadpool" has taken the box office by storm, annihilating records with an eye-popping $135 million opening weekend.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: CBS, Pandora, Twitter, FireEye and more.
AIG reported a larger-than-expected quarterly loss and that it is adding a Carl Icahn-linked board member.
Carl Icahn's Icahn Enterprises has slid to its lowest level in three years, after he made a string of losing bets on energy companies.
Carl Icahn may not like the restructuring plans announced by AIG last week, but other shareholders do, CEO Peter Hancock says.
Peter Hancock, AIG CEO, discusses his company's restructuring plans despite objections from some investors.
Big hedge funds bought more Cheniere Energy stock to end 2015. 2016 may leave them regretting it.
After falling profit and sales, Xerox announces plan to split into two independent public companies.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ursula Burns, Xerox chairman and CEO, talks about whether Xerox is open to other buyers, and shares her thoughts on Japan's move to zero rates and the outlook on the U.S. economy.
Ursula Burns, Xerox Chairman and CEO, discusses how a strong US. dollar impacts the cost of Xerox products.
Ursula Burns, Xerox chairman and CEO, discusses the decision to separate the business into two publicly traded companies where Carl Icahn will get three seats on the board. Carl Icahn did not drive the decision, says Burns.
Xerox shares whipsawed in extended trading Thursday after The Wall Street Journal reported the technology company would split into two companies.
Xerox plans to split its business in two, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports on plans at Xerox to split its business in two.