Crude oil plunges below $98 today. Jeff Kilburg, Kilburg Capital, shares his play on the energy sector.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports the latest on commodities.
Matt Cheslock, Virtu Financial discusses the pressure facing today's markets on the heels of Friday's weak jobs report.
Parallels are being drawn between Europe’s current debt crisis and Japan’s so-called Lost Decade, when the Asian country’s economy imploded in the 1990s. The NYT reports.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the latest developments in the China dissident drama, including a phone call from Chen Guangcheng into the hearing on Capitol Hill to plead his case.
American International Group reported Q1 EPS of $1.65 versus an estimate of $1.12. Robert Benmosche, AIG president and CEO, offers insight on the company's latest strategy.
LinkedIn acquired SlideShare for $118.75 million in cash and stock, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reports on earnings data from Kraft Foods.
Finding facts on Yahoo's new CEO Scott Thompson and his degree from Stonehill College, with CNBC's David Faber. Third Point challenged his claim to having a computer science degree and this afternoon, Yahoo said that claim was an "inadvertent error."
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on Bruce Carlisle from Georgia Residential Partners, who is buying foreclosed homes, and selling them after investing anywhere between $15,000-$25,000 into fixing them up.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest news on Carlyle's IPO.
Orbitz is up sharply this morning after announcing that it narrowed losses in the first quarter. Barney Harford, Orbitz Worldwide President & CEO, offers insight.
Markets are lower following this morning's report that initial claims saw its biggest weekly drop since this time last year, with Russ Koesterich, BlackRock's iShares Group, and Stuart Freeman, Wells Fargo Advisors.
Whole Foods profit topped Wall Street's expectations, ringing up earnings of 64 cents per share. Charles Grom, senior analyst at Deutsche Bank, weighs in.
Beam reported better than expected earnings and revenues, with Matt Shattock, Beam CEO, and James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management.
"We're better than we were last year -- in a sense that we're a year into the adjustment process -- but we're not all the way out of the woods yet in terms of lifting the burden of the aftermath of the financial crisis," says Peter Orszag, Citigroup Global Banking vice chairman and former OMB director.
Repairing the economy and regulating banks is “the biggest challenge the Bank [of England] has faced for decades,” Sir Mervyn King said on Wednesday in a speech in which he conceded for the first time he should have “shouted from the rooftops” about risks before the financial crisis.
Two Democratic senators have turned up the political pressure on News Corp, reviving questions about whether a scandal at Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspapers could jump across the Atlantic. The FT reports.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says investors should not be intimidated by corrections or sell-offs after a big rally and explains the dynamics of a quality execution when buying or selling stocks.
Cramer explains how investors can figure out the risk-reward and potential upside and downside of a stock before buying it.