Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services talks about one of the reasons behind a bounce back for stocks.
Comcast's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable may be good news for sports fans; less so for budget-conscious subscribers.
Japan offers bigger potential returns due to a supportive central bank, Stephen Parker says.
Is success being vilified in America? The successful seem to think so. A poll finds that 1 percenters no longer like to be seen as such.
Verizon announced a new set of plans that increased allowances and cut prices on data plans for smart phones and tablets,Re/Code reports.
Here's what Pershing Square's Bill Ackman thinks about a slew of companies.
Blackstone, which has made big bets on hotels, rental homes and other real estate in recent years, continues to be bullish on the sector.
Kraft posted sales that missed Wall Street expectations Thursday.
The flight of money from stocks to bonds during the first few weeks of this year hasn't fazed David Kelly.
Who are the biggest losers in the Comcast merger? Charter Communications is most obvious, but television companies also face risk.
Not every company makes CNBC’s Jim Cramer invoke Shakespeare. But he feels strongly about this one.
Determining who belongs on CNBC's list of business influencers has led to spirited debates. Today, we put Ben Bernanke against Mario Draghi.
Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said he's confident the deal to acquire Time Warner Cable will be approved.
One man's drought is another man's opportunity. Some firms could actually benefit from California's water problems.
When a chore comes up that neither wants to do, one couple just thinks of how much they'd pay the other to do it.
Comcast's deal to acquire Time Warner Cable will undergo a lengthy regulatory review by both the FCC and the Justice Department.
A train carrying crude oil derailed in Vandergrift in western Pennsylvania on Thursday, the company confirmed.
While weather makes for a fair argument, it is not the full picture of this winter's housing slowdown.
Travel was tied up from Atlanta to Canada as yet another storm with wet, heavy snow hit the United States.
Lehman will pay $767 million in cash to Freddie Mac, settling a dispute over loans it was scheduled to pay the day it declared bankruptcy.