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US policies—and Fed policy in particular—isn't what's hindering the recovery, says Ron Insana.
Money managers Louis Navellier and Jim O'Shaughnessy give CNBC their strongest stock plays, with one focusing on dividends rather than rapid growth.
US consumer credit rose more than expected in February, likely reflecting a surge in demand for student and automobile loans.
A large chunk of American adults are no longer in the labor force, and economists are divided over how many are voluntarily not working.
At Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, students learn to engineer programs that will be used in high-frequency trading.
Puerto Rico's finance arm recently hired lawyers at Cleary Gottlieb as the island struggles with a weakened economy, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
In a bad tape, Jim Cramer likes to identify stocks that buck the trend and rally. The stocks that rallied on Monday, however, can seem kind of scary.
Michael Gross' new book, "House of Outrageous Fortune," tells tales on Wall Street titans who live at prestigious 15 Central Park West.
App-based car-hire start-up Uber is launching a dedicated courier service for packages Tuesday, starting in Manhattan.
A Dutch banker killed his wife and younger daughter before committing suicide, police said on Monday.
With health-care costs a major concern in retirement, financial advisors can help clients understand Medicare coverage and anticipate expenses.
Ford is recalling nearly 435,000 cars to fix rusting frame parts or faulty seats.
In the wake of the HFT throwdown, ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff recalls some of the best fights on Wall Street.
The first fully electric auto racing championship soon gets underway, as Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag tells CNBC.
Start-up mCig sells an e-cigarette-style product for marijuana, and is expanding into products that don't involve pot at all.
Perhaps the most perplexing food-delivery decision is the final one: How much to tip?
CNBC's Jim Cramer identifies the headwinds facing the stock market.
Most of the growth in home sales is in the higher end of the market, where buyers have higher credit scores and higher down payments.
You'd think a corporate patent infringement battle would be boring—and you'd usually be right.
Technician Carter Worth says it will get even worse for growth stocks.