Why are Black Barbies priced differently than White Barbies? Toys R Us, Target and Wal-Mart have all done it recently.
Jim Cramer thinks that the market decline that occurred on Tuesday actually made a lot of sense. What the heck? Here's why.
Technician Louise Yamada says a further drop for the S&P is clearly in the cards.
These surcharges would be for the eight top-tier banks with $50 billion or more in consolidated assets.
We should heed the warning sign that the silent crash in commodities is flashing, says Ron Insana.
Sometimes the worst performers in this year's market can be next year's gems, two pros told CNBC Tuesday.
ShopperTrak found that November sales increased 5.4 percent compared to the same period in the prior year.
The global oil glut is expected to get much bigger before it's over, keeping pressure on oil prices well into next year.
Jeffrey Bewkes lays out his earnings per share goals of $6 a share in 2016 and $8 a share in 2018.
Five luxury labels accounted for nearly 70 percent of desktop and mobile market share through August, a report by PM Digital says.
Interest rates are historically low, and home price gains are beginning to ease. So why aren't more young Americans buying?
A new study from "buy side" network SumZero shows which universities send more students to elite hedge funds.
Millennials, people ages 18 to 35, are educated and digitally savvy, but bad timing means they will get shortchanged in retirement.
In the long bumpy road toward the F-35 fighter's deployment, nothing may be stranger than the story about hot fuel.
Technology investors are gearing up for a holiday shopping spree. LendingClub headlines a banner week for Internet IPOs.
Two young engineers invented a product that uses LED lights to fight bacteria and decrease risk of infections in hospitals and public spaces.
It's that time of year — performance-review time! Here are 7 tips so you don't screw it up.
Billionaire investor Mario Gabelli tells CNBC about three auto parts stocks he likes and two convenience store operators that should benefit from cheaper gasoline.
Mark Cuban, once the target of a big U.S. insider trading probe, met publicly with Christopher Cox, the former SEC chairman, for the first time.