Thirty-two stocks in the S&P 500 have rebounded 10 percent or more since the market's low last week, including Chesapeake Energy, Delta and Southwest.
The popular hedge fund strategy of profiting off corporate slim-downs isn't as lucrative as it used to be.
Many of the challenges that recently weighed on stocks have been either addressed or downplayed, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The head of Appaloosa Management has returned to his cautious stance from late spring after a period of feeling more optimistic about global markets.
George Zachary thinks we're in a bubble, and his evidence has nothing to do with start-up valuations or real estate prices in Silicon Valley.
Karen Finerman says there's a chance to make some cash heading into Macy's quarterly earnings report.
Sen. Tom Coburn's "Wastebook" outlines the top 100 “wasteful” federal projects that cost taxpayers billions of dollars, The Fiscal Times reports.
A lack of attention on climate change issues is prompting south Florida officials to consider splitting Florida into two states, reports USA Today.
Warren Buffett is happy to admit his mistakes when he makes them—just don't remind him how much money he lost in the process.
Big name investors like Dan Loeb and David Einhorn helped raise $6 million to fight poverty at a charity event in New York City.
Millionaires were more generous with their charitable giving last year. But their giving didn't grow as fast as their incomes, a new study found.
Investor Mark Cuban, while talking about fostering prosperity on CNBC Wednesday, advised the Republican Party: "Stay completely out of social issues."
Workers often roll funds in former 401(k) plans into new IRAs, but there are at least 4 scenarios where doing so could be a mistake.
Several medical devices are being inspected for cybersecurity flaws by the The Department of Homeland Security.
Here's where a $40 billion trade deficit comes in handy.
GM is notifying owners of some vehicles that passengers should not ride in the front passenger seat until the air bag inflator has been replaced.
After the best day of the year for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq, Brian Kelly of Brian Kelly Capital says it's time to take off the rose-colored glasses.
David S. Cohen, the Treasury Department's intelligence strategist and global enforcer, makes sure illicit funds do not go to terrorists. NYT reports.
This stock has been decimated this year. Will it keep falling? One options trader can only hope.
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