The Fed better not rush to hike interest rates because the jobs market is weaker than it seems, former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman tells CNBC.
It's unlikely that Adrian Peterson will be suspended again, but expect the next NFL domestic violence offender to get a much harsher penalty.
Peltz said DuPont CEO and Chair Ellen Kullman had offered to place one of Trian's nominees on the board. But Peltz balked.
For all of the excitement about Apple joining the Dow Jones industrial average next week, it might not make such a big difference.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sits with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about ambition, Islamic extremism and the timidity of fellow GOPers.
A rate cut from South Korea Thursday takes the number of central banks that have eased policy this year to 24. That number should rise, analysts say.
A day after a huge selloff on the euro, the currency enjoyed a nice bounce—and a potentially good selling opportunity for currency traders.
This week marks the 10th anniversary of 'Mad Money.' From wielding an axe to pie throwing, Jim Cramer's been willing to do almost anything over the last 10 years to make you Mad Money.
Billionaire oilman Harold Hamm tells CNBC that American refineries can't handle all the oil being produced domestically.
These 11 companies in the S&P 500 have posted impressive and accelerating growth, USA Today reports.
One figure, released weekly in the U.S, will determine whether oil has bottomed or not.
John Kell, Fortune Magazine, breaks down Shake Shack's first quarterly numbers after its IPO, and weighs in on the future of fast casual dining.
Controversy around Common Core hasn't stopped companies like Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Apple from cashing in on huge education contracts.
Are we in a collectible car bubble? This week's Amelia Island auctions will put this to the test.
Jim Cramer has made a lot of calls before, but this one reaches new territory for black gold.
U.S. retail sales fell for a third straight month in February likely as harsh weather kept consumers from automobile showrooms and shopping malls.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected, offering signs of a rapidly strengthening labor market.
Lumber Liquidators stood by the safety its products and said it would offer free indoor air quality testing for qualifying consumers.
The government has created a regulatory regime in which banks' balance sheets are dictated by hypothetical situations, Dick Bove tells CNBC.
Spinning off Sikorsky from UTC would give shareholders a choice between owning two businesses, CEO Gregory Hayes tells CNBC.