Howard Marks thinks that the drop in oil prices could finally expose low lending standards and provide better value in the markets.
Low interest rates and inflation and sound corporate management will yield great stock market returns, said RBC's chief market strategist.
In a stinging rebuke, the Minneapolis Fed president said the Fed should make clear it was willing to do QE again if needed.
Some say the crisis in Russia won't ripple into Europe and the U.S. — we're not buying it, says portfolio manager Hugh Johnson.
One trader got in on the Golden Arches, in the single biggest options trade of the day.
Holiday travel could be disrupted by bad weather, as forecasters are calling for rain from Florida to Maine, NBC News reports.
Last-minute retail shoppers outspend the rest of us at Christmas, but that can't save our stocks.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Tesla has announced its first battery swap station is up and running in California.
Fewer teenagers are using Facebook, according to a new report. Here's where they're going.
The man once known as Putin's banker lost his challenge to overturn a UK court order freezing his assets up to $2 billion. FT reports.
Carly Fiorina, who led HP until 2005, is hiring for an "imminent" presidential run, according to National Journal.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has hit out at the U.K. broadcaster the BBC over allegations of poor working conditions.
Here's why the new BlackBerry, the Classic, "will further change how people think about BlackBerry," says CEO John Chen.
Citigroup thinks Instagram is now worth about 49 times what Facebook paid for it two years ago, raising the value of the combined company.
A U.S. official said an investigation has revealed North Korea and potentially China was behind the Sony hack.
This year was a better year for short sellers than last year, Jim Chanos said. Here's what he's shorting now.
Your stock portfolio isn't on track to beat the S&P 500 this year? Well done, says financial advisor Mitch Goldberg.
The iconic Lincoln Log toy has moved its manufacturing back to the U.S., without hurting its profit margins. Here's a look behind the scenes.
U.S. crude futures rallied more than $2 a barrel on Friday on book-squaring ahead of the contract expiry and pre-holiday short-covering.
The partnership is part of an industry pairing plaintiffs' lawyers with state attorneys general to sue companies. The NYT reports.