Art Cashin of UBS talks about why the bond market thinks the Federal Reserve may slow down its asset purchase reductions.
Philippe Laffont, founder and CEO of Coatue Management, breaks down what to expect from some top tech companies.
Obamacare could lead to higher profits for the health care industry, Tenet Healthcare CEO Trevor Fetter says.
The porn world loves new superstars almost as much as it loves a comeback story. That is why the industry's top stars change so frequently.
What's behind the massive bet that volatility will spike?
CNBC's Jim Cramer provides his insight into the ongoing fast food war simmering between Wendy's and McDonald's.
Donors have put up $330 million to help Detroit with its underfunded pensions and head off the possibility the city would have to sell its art.
You’re going to start hearing a lot about something called a “RAM scraper.”
Lululemon Athletica and Express became the latest retailers to warn investors of disappointing earnings in the holiday quarter.
Federal auditors are investigating whether New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie improperly used Sandy relief funds to produce tourism ads.
If Obama's three nominees to the Fed are approved, the country would have a dream team at the head of the central bank, says Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian.
Ford's F-Series pick-up, the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. and the primary profit driver for the automaker, is getting a dramatic makeover.
Call it the food shortage barometer because, it turns out, Google tends to be a very reliable gauge of pinpointing interest in product scarcity.
Sprint has pulled the plug on its OneUp early upgrade program — an offer that gave a $15 per month discount to customers who opted to forgo a subsidy on their new device.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss how traders and the Fed are digesting jobs data, and the current economic picture.
An excerpt from the latest book by the host of CNBC's Mad Money on how to decipher the dynamics of the equities market and invest like a pro.
Skiing is increasingly a sport for the wealthy, but finding deals is easier than heading down the bunny slopes.
Earnings season heats up this week, and the results actually could mean something this time.
A new monthly Fed survey shows consumers expect higher medical costs and easier credit availability in the next 12 months.
The price of oil could come under "serious downward pressure" as the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers kicks in next week.