Visa Inc, the world's largest credit and debit card company, reported an 11 percent rise in quarterly profit.» Read More
One of the biggest mergers of 2013—one set to create the world's largest advertising group—began with a casual exchange between two CEOs.
Hedge fund billionaire John Paulson off the hook? In a letter from Fabrice Tourre's lawyers, it said Paulson will no longer be called to testify as a witness in the trial.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the hedge fund is trying to continue business as usual despite facing insider trading charges.
SAC Capital founder Steve Cohen decided it was time to party at his 10-bedroom home in the Hamptons ahead of the criminal trial against his firm, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
CNBC's David Faber breaks down the details on three multi-billion dollar mergers, including Omnicom & Publicis, Hudson's Bay bid for Saks, and Perrigo's acquisition of Elan.
Maurice Levy, Publicis Groupe chairman and CEO, and John Wren, Omnicom Group president and CEO, discuss the "emotional aspects" and financial advantages of united the global ad agencies.
Carl Icahn urged Dell special committee to not change voting rules in a way that would make it easier for a CEO-led group to take the personal computer maker private.
Saks agreed to sell itself to Hudson's Bay Co., the Canadian parent of Lord & Taylor, for about $2.4 billion in a deal that will bring luxury to more North American locales.
Steven A. Cohen did not let the filing of criminal charges against his SAC Capital Advisors get in the way of a party this weekend at his vacation estate.
U.S. generic drugmaker Perrigo agreed to buy fellow drug company Elan for $8.6 billion on Monday in a deal that will hand it royalty rights from a blockbuster treatment and tax savings from being domiciled in Ireland.
SAC Capital's Peter Nussbaum plead not guilty on behalf of the entire hedge fund; and vandals defaced the Lincoln Memorial. All the details, with CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
Cramer doesn’t often follow other investors into stocks. But there are exceptions.
When a stock trades at lofty levels, should you sell or buy more? Cramer explains.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
David Darst, Mogran Stanley, and Vito Sperduto, RBC, chart where stocks are headed next and take a look into the mergers and acquisition market. Darst says to "buy it on the dip, don't chase."
The U.S seeks to force SAC to forfeit their profits related to 4 counts of fraud. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest. Steve Feldstein, Herrick Feinstein; and CNBC's Robert Frank and Jay Carney provide insight to what is behind the government's efforts to effectively wipe out Steve Cohen and SAC Capital.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn closed a bet against ailing retailer J.C. Penney in the second quarter, according to a quarterly note to investors in his Greenlight Capital.
SAC Capital founder Steven Cohen's $9 billion fortune could be threatened if the government succeeds, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. Cohen's real wealth is his art collection, which dealers say is worth over $1 billion.
Discussing just how good the case against SAC Capital is, and whether the government can get all of Steven Cohen's money, with Matthew Goldstein, Reuters editor, and Solomon Wisenberg, Barnes & Thornburg.
What a week! "Talking Squawk" highlights include earnings out the wazoo, "Carlos Danger" stage names, Cialis performance rankings and National Hot Dog Day.
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Another prominent market bull has joined the growing ranks of Wall Street strategists who think a correction is not far away.
Billionaire money manager John Paulson still thinks buying a home to live in is the best investment possible.
For the first time in recent memory, Main Street borrowing and spending has been a bigger driver of earnings than Wall Street's trading.