Frederick's of Hollywood says on its website it no longer has store locations.
Goldman Sachs gave clients this week a way to make an 18 percent return every year.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to trade American Express earnings and whether any of its rivals might be a better play.
Jim Cramer opens his bag of tricks to share with investors the methods to his madness in stock picking.
Etsy was clearly priced wrong, said Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper, in an interview with CNBC on Thursday.
Add more guaranteed income to your retirement nest egg by delaying when you take your benefits.
Here are three signs the pin has been pulled on the equity-bubble grenade, says Michael Pento.
A company says it can help states protect Obamacare subsidies for residents by setting up an insurance exchange in just two months.
A lawsuit claims the TCS to have a "grossly disproportionate workforce," with 95 percent of the workers to be South Asian.
"Star Wars" fans can expect new attractions at theme parks in addition to the new movies, Disney CEO Bob Iger said.
Stocks get spring fever. Is the S&P ready to break out? The market's next move, with BTIG's Katie Stockton, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jeff Kilburg and Brian Stutland, both at the CME
'I see a lot of $10 hamburgers arriving on the scene,' said the fast food giant's co-founder in a Time interview.
The wife of former Clippers owner Donald Sterling is owed $2.6 million by a woman her husband showered with gifts.
Former NFL player Phillip Buchanon said his mother asked for $1 million after he was drafted 17th overall, USA Today reported.
A bleak outlook for earnings threatens to rain on the S&P's march towards new highs this year. Here's what to buy.
Peter Hobbs, research managing director at MSCI,discusses property markets across the world.
The Fed should not hike interest rates given current circumstances for the dollar and U.S. economic growth, ex-GE boss Jack Welch tells CNBC.
Former GE boss Jack Welch tells CNBC the deal to break up the company he helped create was a smart move since times have changed.
Rural thieves in bone-dry California are sacking water pumps and irrigation lines for copper, putting further pressure on farmers.
The U.S. Agriculture Secretary was interrupted by a device ringing to the hit song from Disney's "Frozen."