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Despite Monday's sharp pullback, risk can rally further in the medium term and the S&P500 could break through 2007 record levels, Nomura Strategist Bob Janjuah said on Tuesday.
Remember when stock market regulators ditched fractions and started rounding to the nearest penny? The SEC is reconsidering.
While retail investors pile into stocks, corporations are pulling back.
Sometimes, we get mired in details and this executive coach has some tips to help you get to the point.
Super Bowl Sunday is an economic boon for many U.S. companies, and the impact is perhaps no stronger than in the food service industry, two food CEOs told CNBC on Monday.
Criminal organizations have infiltrated the highest levels of soccer, threatening the integrity of the sport, law enforcement officials said Monday.
Risks to Spain's economy and financial sector remain elevated as it undergoes a difficult process of fiscal and external adjustment, the IMF reported Monday.
Why things don't look good for the videogame industry.
A class action lawsuit marching through the courts could dramatically change the economics of college sports and the status of amateur athletics in the U.S.
There is a significant amount of misunderstanding about how dark pools operate, so in David Letterman fashion this pro tries to set the record straight.
People love predictors like the January Barometer, but they shouldn't love them to the point of thinking there's actually a connection to the market.
With the Dow breaching 14,000, investors have recovered the more than $8 trillion in wealth lost during the recession and millionaires are more numerous and more confident than they've ever been.
Travelers has been raising insurance premiums for three years because of severe weather patterns, said Chairman and CEO Jay Fishman told CNBC.
Disinheriting someone can be harsh, and may haunt a family member from beyond the grave, but there may be pragmatic reasons for doing so.
Americans working into their late 60s is part of a long-term trend that is expected to continue, despite the tight job market.
Hidden in our convoluted tax code are rewards for saving for retirement, looking for a new job, going to college -- even getting a new pair of glasses.
Banking analyst Dick Bove may have changed firms but he hasn't altered his rosy view of the banking industry.
Negative economic growth in the fourth quarter provided a scary headline to start Wednesday's trading but probably little else in market impact.
As Washington state tries to figure out how to regulate its newly legal marijuana, officials are hiring an adviser on how it's best grown, dried, tested, labeled, packaged and cooked into brownies.
Hiring showed modest but consistent gains as 2012 came to a close. Manufacturing and services were among the sectors that posted gains, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.