JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's contention that "lazy" shareholders rely on advisory firms shows an "outdated" attitude, an advisor said.
Cash-for-reform talks between debt-ridden Greece and its creditors have dragged on for months now, and fatigue is setting in.
"Are they really taming volatility with their bond-buying, or just jamming it into a coiled spring?"
While Greece has been hitting the headlines recently, Matteo Renzi has quietly had a tough few months.
Jim Cramer’s got the top pick for protection services in today’s digital world in the "Mad Money" recap.
Keene on the Market founder Andrew Keene explains why there's still time to get in the Japanese stock market.
History shows the 6 percent plunge in China's stocks Thursday could be a big buying opportunity.
Be it the result of port strikes or some weird seasonal factor, expectations are U.S. growth contracted in the first quarter and just how much may be an important factor in markets Friday.
Amazon is planning on expanding its own Element brand to include food staples such as milk and cereal and other things, Wall Street Journal reports.
Intel is close to a deal to buy smaller chipmaker Altera for about $15 billion, according to a report in the New York Post.
China’s Shanghai Composite plunged 6.5 percent Thursday, but widely followed investor Dennis Gartman isn’t worried.
Is cheating bad? Why do women cheat? The founder and CEO of affair website Ashley Madison tells all, including why he has his eye on China.
Index funds and computer models are pushing trades toward the end of the day, according to the WSJ. Two traders explain why it's important.
With FIFA facing its worst crisis in its 111-year history, calls are growing that president Sepp Blatter should step down.
Lofty valuations come risks for the CEOs leading these startups.
Dennis Hastert was charged with structuring cash withdrawals to evade currency transaction reporting requirements and lying to the FBI.
The FM traders discuss former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld's speech today, which is his first since the collapse in 2008.
FBR expects China to become Apple's top geographic area by revenue in 2017 and account for almost 40 percent of total revenue in 2018.
Critical government reports on the U.S.'s productivity growth appear to have the same seasonal problems that CNBC uncovered in the GDP data.
China shares plunged, briefly touching correction territory in volatile trade, but analysts aren't paying it much attention.