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The recession has spurred a wave of accidental entrepreneurs who have few other alternatives.
The "Fast Money" traders debate whether Apple is a good bet into year-end.
Rohit Bansal and Jason Gross had been friends for years, both having worked at the New York Fed. Now both are out of jobs.
Take a look at some of Thursday's after-hours buzz: Gamestop, Hertz, Gap & more.
As the Federal Reserve gets set to chart a future course off zero interest rates, investors now have a chance to play along.
Jim Cramer thinks it is never too early to teach kids about investing, and shared his top tips on how to get started.
With its domestic economy cooling, China is investing heavily outside its borders in multibillion dollar infrastructure projects.
Sources told New York Daily News that the death of Citi banker Shawn Miller may have been a suicide.
Wal-Mart came under fire from a labor group, which posted an image to its Facebook page of a food drive for employees.
Obamacare enrollment data announced in September was inflated by 400,000 dental plans, a new report reveals.
Wynn Resorts is under investigation for potential money-laundering law violations, according to a new report from Dow Jones.
William Ruprecht, the chief executive of the auction house Sotheby's, will step down, NYT reports.
The U.S. stock market has been enjoying recent highs, but here's why strategist Jim Paulsen thinks there will be rocky times ahead.
Alibaba could be the first of many Chinese companies to replace American firms migrating away from the U.S. bond market.
Brooklyn has been hot for decades, but now its housing is pricier than ever—so much so that it is no longer considered NYC's second-choice borough.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team remembers the father of CNBC's Jim Cramer, Ken Cramer, who passed away early this morning at the age of 92.
In a surprise move, the studio left the Aaron Sorkin-penned film, once again leaving the project in flux.
Humbled bond manager Bill Gross just got a vote of confidence from one of the most successful investors of all time.
To stay within budget, be alert for hidden sales items, deceptive signage and ... Christmas carols?
Billionaire developer Ian Bruce Eichner usually attracts wealthy buyers, but one of his buildings in New York City has some owners scrambling to get out.