Here's an idea of how the Fed could test the water on raising rates without making a market-rattling move, says Ron Insana.
Investors appear unconcerned that markets are overvalued or geopolitical risks present a threat to stocks.
Nasdaq 5000 is back, a level not seen since the dot-com bubble, but it's been a long time since it really represented tech sector euphoria.
Facebook is developing virtual reality apps, pitting the social networking giant against Apple and other hardware competitors.
Russell Glass sold his company Bizo to LinkedIn for $175 million. How? Glass said a key driver for the deal was his employees.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
New York City real estate is hot, Eric Trump told CNBC Wednesday, despite what he sees as somewhat slowing Russian investment due to the collapse in oil prices.
Hedge fund investing is expensive, but following what the big-name managers do is not.
A onetime bull market leader did something significant last week and that should be good news for everything from chip stocks to transports.
Mortgage interest rates rose to their highest level of the year, and mortgage volume reacted in the opposite direction.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a 5 percent stake in Deere & Co. and said it shed a $3.74 billion investment in Exxon Mobil.
U.S. producer prices tumbled in January, weighed down by plunging energy costs, pointing to very benign inflation pressures.
ETF portfolios will be the future default because of lower costs, more transparency and greater liquidity and tax advantages.
U.S. housing starts fell in January as ground breaking for single-family projects slipped off a 6-1/2-year peak.
U.S. manufacturing output rose modestly in January and not at all in December, potentially worrisome signs for the U.S. economy.
Former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich tells CNBC he's "listening and talking to small business people" about whether to run for president in 2016.
CNBC's 'Fast Money' traders looked at how to trade Tuesday's stock movement, which included an S&P record.
'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer is putting overvaluation talk to the test.
Actavis can continue to perform while integrating Allergan into its business, CEO Brent Saunders tells CNBC.
Citigroup said it would commit to lend and invest $100 billion within the next 10 years to finance activities that reduce the impacts of climate change.