Oil prices extended gains after Baker Hughes reported that the weekly U.S. oil rig count fell for the 25th straight week.
Why it is more important than ever today, as both a buyer and a seller, to know your market well and know its housing value even better.
BofA Merrill Lynch's David Woo said that we are currently in the middle of a currency war in which the Fed is unable to play.
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon's recent assertion that some bank shareholders are lazy is "ludicrous," bank analyst Mike Mayo said.
The US is split over right to work laws—literally. Exactly half of the 50 states are right-to-work states—the next will tip the balance.
"The True Cost," an eye-opening documentary that examines the business of fast fashion, scrutinizes the process every step of the way.
Health insurer Humana has received takeover interest, with potential bidders including Aetna and Cigna, according to reports.
It's that time again. With researchers set to convene at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, here are the stocks to watch.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Former JC Penney CEO Allen Questrom explains why Michael Kors' stock has dropped so much and why it's an industry-wide problem.
Farms across Texas and surrounding states are flooded and waterlogged, leaving farmers who had been looking at bumper crops now worried.
It's your money, it's your account, but it can also be your crime if you're caught withdrawing money like this.
Some travelers are taking extreme—and often unnecessary—measures to secure cash and valuables while on the road.
The Fed's monetary policy is behind the curve once more, says Michael Farr.
For Slack CEO Butterfield, putting his huge cash pile to work is hard because valuations are soaring for all the start-ups he'd want to buy.
Legendary trader Laszlo Birinyi sees all the bearish talk from his peers and the media and takes the opposite view.
Meg Tirrell tells us why the future of cancer therapy may almost be here.
Falling consumer sentiment is another sign that the United States is stuck in a lackluster year, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich says.
There's only one thing in business that you can actually control, the billionaire entrepreneur says.
These plans weathered the financial crisis and the recession and came out on top. Here's why.