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The SEC widened its crackdown on "naked shorting" by charging the Chicago Board Options Exchange with "systemic breakdowns" in the exchange's regulatory and compliance functions.
Treasurys get trashed as the 10-year yield hits 2.29 percent. How high can yields go? The outlook for bonds, with CNBC's Amanda Drury and the Futures Now Traders.
The argument that companies like JPMorgan should split their chairman and CEO jobs is "the dumbest idea in the world," former GE boss Jack Welch told CNBC.
One long-held axiom relating to unemployment may be ready for the graveyard.
Booz Allen reported revenues of $5.76 billion for the fiscal year ended in March. The government provided 98 percent of that revenue.
Following the announcement that Lululemon’s CEO Christine Day is stepping down after a product recall controversy over overly sheer pants, Cramer was perplexed by the decision and said “the timing could not have been worse” to bring in a replacement.
Active managers in both the mutual and hedge fund industries are badly underperforming their peers, and they have a mutual malady: a bad Apple.
OPEC predicted world oil demand will grow more quickly in the rest of 2013, indicating the group can keep pumping more oil than the ouptut target it set out last month.
A German bank employee accidentally transferred millions from a customer’s account when he fell asleep at his computer.
Slim on why he doesn't think new Mexican legislation will hurt America Movil—the company he founded.
A decade after the Toyota Prius became a hit as the first hybrid to attract large numbers of buyers, sales of the popular car need a charge.
Carlos Slim said that one of his favorite poets, Kahlil Gibran, helps shape his philosophy toward wealth.
While 83 percent of millennials surveyed worldwide said technology makes it easier to get a job, 62 percent said tech has also widened the gap between rich and poor.
Since the housing crash began, the market for these securities has been close to nothing. Banks still make the loans, but hold them on their books. Now that is beginning to change.
The topsy-turvy world of today's financial markets is upending what many people thought they understood about how to pay for life after work.
Transplant experts will meet to decide whether and how to change the rules for children, after the parents of two youngsters successfully sued to get restrictions temporarily lifted.
Fed policy has been credited often with pushing up stock prices, but one research firm believes the central bank has pushed all asset prices to extreme levels.
Researchers are going to great lengths to keep American honeybees from dying off. Now, they have come up with a sperm bank.
In 2008, 25 percent of 3M's revenue came from new products. Today, it's 34 percent.
Some companies allow their workers to buy and sell vacation time, a perk that gives workers more flexibility in managing their time off.