"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his ideas of when and which stocks to buy after Monday's sell-off.
Jim Cramer provides advice on the best way for investors to play FANG and Apple in the New Year sell-off.
Josh Brown won the 2015 Halftime Portfolio contest. Here's how he did it.
Don't sweat the market sell-off, writes "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian. China has fallen — and rallied — before. And it will again.
U.S. futures and European stocks tanked today, after Chinese equities plunged 7 percent overnight, triggering a trading session halt.
The Facebook founder calls the idea that AI could one day threaten the human race, 'far-fetched.'
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided to build an artificial intelligent assistant to help control functions in his house, such as lights and temperature, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said he had decided to build a smart machine to help with his day-to-day activities, reports the Financial Times.
Yardeni Research's Ed Yardeni gives his 2016 outlook and S&P price target on the Halftime Report.
With 2015 over, which stocks are blue chips for the future? Investors tell CNBC which stocks to buy and hold for the next 50 years.
With a new year and a major technology conference on the immediate horizon, what new trends can consumer expect?
NEA partner Rick Yang on what to expect in 2016
Jim Cramer guides investors on why sell-offs occur and why sometimes they just don't make sense.
As the bull market tries for a seventh year, don't count on this year's outperformers to continue their stellar gains.
Apple, Facebook and unicorn technology companies are putting out fires as business practices come under scrutiny this week.
Come New Year’s Day, 14 states will have higher minimum wages. Now advocates are focused on pushing for $15 an hour in select states and cities.
Next year social media will take on a bigger role than ever in consumers' lives, as companies look to weave themselves into everything that we do.
CNBC pays tribute to the business, sports, entertainment and political icons we'll miss heading into 2016.
What to watch for at CES: Smart homes, self-driving cars, wearables, virtual and augmented reality, and drones dominate.
Gone are the days when voters want politicians to kiss their babies or sign an autograph. These days most hope to score a selfie with a candidate.