A flurry of trades by the Halftime Report players revealed a new favorite sector.
Valuations are stretched right now, but investors looking to make money can find opportunity, Goldman's David Kostin told CNBC. Here's where.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan points out market anomalies that you need to know about for your money.
Paying the alternative minimum tax is now unavoidable for many wage earners in high-tax states, but some strategies can make it bearable.
Brent fell below $58 a barrel on Tuesday after the IEA warned that oil prices may decline as stocks keep rising this year.
Recommendations from the OECD may form the basis of a deal sought by Greece with euro zone finance ministers.
Some Staples managers have threatened to fire part-time workers if they spend 25 hours per week on the job, which some believe is linked to Obamacare.
New data from Colloquy finds shoppers are less active in reward programs. Three rewarding categories to consider.
Jeb Bush's new e-book is an attempt to make him transparent and a man of the people, Politico's Ben White says.
Sixty percent of affluent credit card holders say cash back is their favorite perk, a new report finds.
Does Apple have what Tesla wants or vice versa? Rumors fly as the rivalry between the two tech giants intensify.
Newsweek's official Twitter page was hacked Tuesday. CyberCaliphate, a hacker group that claims affiliation with ISIS, was apparently responsible.
Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, tells CNBC that nobody involved in the Greek debt standoff knows what they are doing.
HP has found that some smart home security technology failed even the most basic password practices. NBC News reports.
Twitter's current growth may not be that impressive but it has a ton of potential, says this ex-Google exec. Here's why.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Coca-Cola is on the right track after its latest earnings report.
A new report shows America is barely in the top 20 countries for retirement security. The problem? "Material well-being" for retirees.
One CEO presents the argument that the investment giant is a seller of stability, despite its embattled reputation.
Allergan chief David Pyott tells CNBC that dealing with "raiders" like Bill Ackman and Valeant Pharmaceuticals was a full-time job.
How much do you really know about your partner's spending habits? Take this quiz to find out. It could make your life a lot 'richer.'