Art Cashin of UBS talks about the stock market's second thoughts about the Iran nuclear deal reached over the weekend.
The Thanksgiving travel season begins with several cars of a New York City-bound Amtrak train with 218 people aboard going off the tracks in South Carolina.
The Keynesians are preparing to duke it out with the anti-Keynesians on the same old grounds once more.
Private Web insurance marketplace GoHealth has jerry-rigged a system to enroll customers in subsidy-supported plans offered through HealthCare.gov.
Oppenheimer's Carter Worth says this sector's long period of underperformance has ended.
Cyberthreats are growing and evolving, with spam and malware at record levels last quarter. The report also warned about digital currencies, such as bitcoin.
Need a hug? Call Samantha Hess, professional cuddler and founder of CuddleUpToMe.com. She also offers spooning and snuggling.
CNBC contributor and Yale School of Management's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld discusses the timing of the Wal-Mart CEO shakeup. Sonnenfeld believes there is more to the story than Wal-Mart is reporting. He also comments on the Yale campus lock down. CNBC's Courtney Reagan weighs in.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market including yield curves, spreads and derivatives.
Yahoo is expected to announce a deal with Katie Couric. Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed president & COO, discusses if the move changes Yahoo's status as a tech company and talks about the future of branded content.
The aggressive market rally of 2013 might look like it's starting to run out of steam, but history says there could be some fuel left yet.
In a warning letter to the genetics testing company, the agency said the products were being sold without "marketing clearance or approval."
This has been a stellar year for the stock market but investors should be questioning this rally, said Stock Trader Daily's Thomas H. Kee, Jr.
Apple is losing its luster this holiday season because of a more diverse tablet marketplace, a senior tech analyst tells CNBC.
While education appears to be the primary draw for the buyers, many are also concerned about China's political instability, inflation, even pollution.
Los Alamos National Laboratory has created a new screening method that could allow travelers to safely take larger amounts of liquids on planes. NBC News reports.
A case of 1978 Romanée-Conti Grand Cru set a record for the brand at $39,7000 a bottle, making it one of the most expensive cases ever sold at auction.
The accord between Iran and the West will do little, if anything at all, to push down retail gasoline prices.
How should traders position themselves as investors get ready for a short week? Turns out that Thanksgiving is about bulls as well as turkeys.
The dreaded budget is still the best way to control spending and set realistic savings goals, say financial advisors.