Patriarch Partners and Lynn Tilton filed a counter-suit against the SEC, claiming it violated their right to the constitution.
Cornerstone Macro's Carter Worth says the market is due for a major reboot, and he has the charts to prove it.
A bullish reaction to live video application Periscope pushed Twitter shares up 5 percent in one week.
Some traders are placing bets that Caesars Entertainment will go even higher.
For some criminals, every day is April Fools' Day. NBC News reports.
April Fool's Day isn't just for kids. Companies love pranking consumers. Here's a list of the best corporate pranks of 2015.
Private business job creation decelerated in March as an economic slowdown put a dent in activity.
HBO's foray into the on-demand video streaming world pioneered by Netflix and Hulu could boost the stock of parent company Time Warner, analysts say.
Serious damage has been done to the West Coast ports business and it needs to be addressed quickly, say the CEOs of the US Chamber, NRF and NAM.
The pace of U.S. manufacturing growth fell in March to its slowest in almost two years.
McLaren is known for super-cars that push the boundaries of speed and price, but it's latest car -- the 570S -- is meant to take on lesser-priced rivals.
Traders shifted some bets that Friday's jobs report will not be as strong as expected after ADP's private payrolls report disappointed.
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U.S. crude inventories rose for the 12th straight week by 4.8 million barrels in the week to March 27.
U.S. construction spending fell in February and the prior month's numbers were revised to show a steeper decline than estimated.
Growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector rose to a five-month high in March as output and employment gained, according to an industry report.
RadioShack's brand name could survive in a bigger-than-expected way.
"There's a significant and growing disparity between the stock market and the economy," real estate mogul Sam Zell tells CNBC.
The billionaire entrepreneur tells CNBC he sees a "red flag" in the recent SEC case against Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton.