Index funds and computer models are pushing trades toward the end of the day, according to the WSJ. Two traders explain why it's important.
"Are they really taming volatility with their bond-buying, or just jamming it into a coiled spring?"
Dennis Hastert was charged with structuring cash withdrawals to evade currency transaction reporting requirements and lying to the FBI.
China’s Shanghai Composite plunged 6.5 percent Thursday, but widely followed investor Dennis Gartman isn’t worried.
FBR expects China to become Apple's top geographic area by revenue in 2017 and account for almost 40 percent of total revenue in 2018.
Investors turned over $40 million to a fraudster who turned up the charm and promised guaranteed returns. Crime & Punishment investigates.
Hugo Barra, vice president of international at Xiaomi, discusses the competitive advantages of the company as it prepares to launch stores for the U.S. and Europe.
Google Photos helps users capture every single photo they shoot, USA Today reports.
Twitter CEO Costolo, battered by disappointing sales growth and a slumping stock price, says he and the board are "totally in sync."
Critical government reports on the U.S.'s productivity growth appear to have the same seasonal problems that CNBC uncovered in the GDP data.
Pfizer reportedly approached Cellectis with a deal that could value it at about $1.64 billion, the Financial Times reported.
Credit reporting giant Equifax has agreed to recognize a New York man named "God" in its credit history database.
The plunge in Chinese stocks is likely to be temporary, and unlikely to spill into world markets unless it becomes prolonged and triggers recession in the second-biggest economy.
David Friehling was ordered to pay his share of a $130 billion joint penalty for his role in Bernie Madoff's multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's contention that "lazy" shareholders rely on advisory firms shows an "outdated" attitude, an advisor said.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo spoke with Re/code's Kara Swisher at the Code Conference. Insight, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Discussing whether it time to buy in China, with Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter.
One research firm believes it found a way to capture winning plays from the filings of hundreds of hedge funds.
A look at the first Lamborghini SUV, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Is cheating bad? Why do women cheat? The founder and CEO of affair website Ashley Madison tells all, including why he has his eye on China.