Investors are already wondering what high-priced stocks will next pierce $700 a share as Apple is on the verge of splitting its share price.
The heirs of ailing Samsung patriarch Lee Kun-hee face one of the biggest inheritance tax bills ever, and appear to have little option but to pay up.
FBR senior analyst Daniel Ives explains his reasoning behind upgrading Microsoft for the first time in three years.
Bobby Flay talks about the state of the consumer and rising food costs.
The market continued its march higher Thursday, but for Gotham's Joel Greenblatt there are always places to find opportunity.
A New York City jury has awarded the Beastie Boys $1.7 million in a copyright violation case against drink company Monster Beverage.
As price pressures build in the economy, the Federal Reserve is likely to have a more difficult time justifying its ultra-easy interest rate stance.
Carnival's new CEO made a career at Monsanto overseeing Roundup weed killer and later led a company manufacturing the artificial sweetener Equal.
There is something seriously wrong with bank regulation and litigation in the US today, says bank analyst Dick Bove.
China's stock market has long failed to live up to expectations, but some analysts are still holding out hope for the Shanghai Composite.
Beijing’s latest “clean-up” act may dent WeChat’s global expansion plans, but analysts say the messaging app will survive the month-long censorship.
If you dig down into Thursday’s market, Cramer says you’ll find some powerful messages, including something about Rite Aid.
Pimco's outflows were a rough patch, but the firm is now moving ahead, its founder and chief investment officer Bill Gross said Thursday.
While the headlines suggest that home prices continue to rise but at a slower rate, the reality may be different, at least according to one measure.
A small agricultural biotech company in Ames, Iowa, may have found a treatment for a disease that's wiping out pigs.
Widely followed hedge fund manager David Tepper told CNBC Thursday his market worries from May have eased "to a certain extent."
Despite stocks hitting record, UBS' Art Cashin says Wall Street remains doubtful of Europe's unprecedented monetary moves.
The ECB's move to lower interest rates makes Europe an attractive place to invest, two investment pros told CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Retailers are beginning to push next year's school necessities before many children have closed the book on the current semester.
Michigan's AG filed felony racketeering and fraud claims against Chesapeake Energy, alleging the firm canceled land leases under false pretenses.