As stocks rallied Thursday on positive earnings news, market pros looked at names they'd put on their shopping lists.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands chairman and CEO, breaks down the company's quarterly earnings and discusses competition with McDonald's after a clever coffee promotion.
Microsoft rallied after it reported fiscal-first quarter earnings that topped expectations, boosted by better-than expected cloud software sales.
Amazon reported quarterly results and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Thursday.
One week ago, Dennis Gartman said that a "bear market" was beginning. Stocks are up 5 percent since then. So what went wrong with his prediction?
A doctor who recently treated Ebola patients in West Africa was taken with a fever and other symptoms to a New York City hospital.
Discussing the market's reaction to today's news a health care worker in New York City is being tested for the Ebola virus, with Art Cashin of UBS, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is quadrupling to $100 million his funding for efforts to combat the deadly Ebola virus.
Nearly three-fourths of Americans said they get annoyed when holiday items are in the store before Halloween—but millennials are more accepting.
Facebook announced a new stand-alone mobile app that enables people to communicate anonymously—a change in the company's long-standing policy.
CNBC's Melissa Lee, Herb Greenberg and trader Jon Najarian, preview the earnings for Amazon and Microsoft.
Like a music hipster, NASA is using SoundCloud to create a playlist of audio clips from historic space voyages that cut across decades.
Power House takes a look at the Hollywood Hills and Burbank with Greg Bender, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Realtor.
One survey found that gender diversity on corporate boards is correlated to steady, positive performance.
After salivating at the Alibaba IPO, hedge fund managers lucky enough to buy in early are indeed getting a nice kick to their returns.
Federal health officials revealed an $840 million program they hope will lead to better patient outcomes and reduced health-care costs.
Toyota Motor sold some of its shares in Tesla Motors, reports Nikkei.
ISIS makes its fortune by selling oil from seized territory to its enemies, NBC News reports.
Ahead of earnings from Microsoft and Amazon.com, analyst Christine Short says only one appeared positive.
The car-service announced a one-day pilot program in partnership with Harvard Medical School to deliver free flu shots on-demand, NBC News reports.