From billionaire business tycoons to sports stars and entertainers, the list of possible buyers for the Los Angeles Clippers only continues to grow.
The signs are there that this should be a robust spring housing market, but it just isn't turning out that way. Here's why.
Cramer always says, when you buy a stock, you have to actively visit your reasons for owning it. And when those reasons wane, you have to sell.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why he thinks the Nasdaq's "good run" could end soon.
Gina Martin Adams, Wells Fargo's senior equity analyst, says this chart predicts sideways market action—or worse.
Cloud firms were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they're just another group of software-like companies that will have to prove themselves.
More start-ups are turning to shared-space labs such as NextFab and TechShop to access equipment they otherwise couldn't afford.
China's economy will soon be the biggest in the world, but that's not the whole story. Scott Cohn reports for "Nightly Business Report."
Randy Johnson, who lost his job in the 1990s because of Mitt Romney's Bain Capital, has written a book about Romney. What it means.
LinkedIn posted a 46 percent increase in quarterly revenue, amid concerns that the company is struggling to sustain its rapid pace of growth.
Twitter has taken a page out of YouTube's playbook.
Economists polled by CNBC have reversed earlier projections for positive GDP growth and now forecast that the economy contracted in the first quarter.
Sarah Bloom Raskin, the new deputy U.S. Treasury secretary, explains why addressing student loan debt is at the top of her agenda.
Tesla's new initiative to sell to China will likely yields huge results, says Michael Yoshikami. Here's why.
Ford's outgoing CEO Alan Mulally is a highly successful CEO with an all-American image: Let the bidding begin.
Conflict with Russia has not stopped U.S. and European energy giants from exploring investments in Ukraine's fledgling energy sector.
The $4.5 million penalty is seen as minor, but it still sends a message about rules over high-speed trading and other violations.
With gains in home prices slowing, so is the pace of home flipping. That's left flippers selling for low single digit returns.
Socialism is in his heart, but Infosys billionaire Narayana Murthy says on May Day that "capitalism is the way forward."
The markets have also shifted their obsession from Fed tapering to when, and by how much, short-term interest rates will rise, Pimco's Tony Crescenzi says.