Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman is no friend of Hillary Clinton.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Tim Cook's recent remarks may be more than an expression of concern about privacy.
Southwest rolled out a 72-hour, nationwide fare sale where dozens of the carrier's shortest routes are available for less than $100 round trip.
Private sector job creation swung higher in May after a lackluster April, with companies adding 201,000 positions for the month
The New York Post is reporting that some New York Democrats are trying to entice Michael Bloomberg to run for president.
U.S. franchise job gains hit their lowest levels in 15 months, ADP says.
Men are happier if they think they're working more hours than their friends and colleagues, according to a report from Maastrict University.
JPMorgan will eliminate voicemail for its retail employees in an effort cut costs and save about $16 million a year.
The European Central Bank upgraded its inflation forecast for 2015 on Wednesday, after holding interest rates at record lows.
"They're gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it. We think that's wrong," Apple's Tim Cook says.
As summer car sales pick up, let the driver beware: Depending on your driving habits, not every deal is as good as advertised.
The transports have gotten crushed this year—but that's a terrible reason to sell stocks, says Oppenheimer's Ari Wald.
The policies espoused by a coalition of progressives would return the U.S. to a time of prosperity, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio tells CNBC.
Americans can't get enough doughnuts, spending more than half a billion last year for them in convenience stores alone.
Banks are expected to be the biggest beneficiaries of a potential rate hike. Here's the best way to play it.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest releases its 2015 Xtreme Eating Awards. The Cheesecake Factory, Red Lobster and Sonic are among the "winners."
French economy minister tells CNBC that Greek PM will have to 'take his responsibilities and propose measures to meet his commitments.'
Congressman Ribble says his bill will create sustainable funding for our crumbling infrastructure.
Mergers and acquisitions are close to pre-financial crisis levels for the first time in 2015, as companies search for deals again.
Recent housing data suggest the market is improving, but the gains are a "pretty low slope," Lennar CEO Stuart Miller says.