"LinkedIn, at $20 billion, is something Facebook should buy," Cramer said. "It's too valuable of a property."
The Dow and S&P 500 gained to finish at five-year highs in choppy trading Tuesday, ahead of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address later this evening.
Ladies, further proof that it's better to be married than in a "committed relationship."
Tesla CEO Elon Musk told CNBC that a recent New York Times article claiming that cold weather cuts the mileage on the Tesla electric car is bogus. The Times shot back that the allegations were "flatly untrue."
Comcast said it will buy the rest of GE's stake in NBCUniversal for approximately $16.7 billion. Comcast shares jumped after-hours.
U.S. oil and gas production is evolving so rapidly—and demand is dropping so quickly—that in just five years the U.S. may no longer need to buy oil from any source but Canada, according to Citigroup.
Decent rates are not a thing of the past, thanks to a group dedicated to giving local banks an even chance against the big boys.
Five percent of U.S. consumers have an error on their credit report that "could lead to them paying more for products such as auto loans and insurance," the Federal Trade Commission said Monday, as it issued a long-awaited study of credit report accuracy.
Working in shorter bursts with frequent breaks and even a nap, like in Europe, can actually make employees more productive, a workforce consultant told CNBC.
Ulrich Hackenberg isn't yet a household name but if Volkswagen's $70 billion bet on his big idea pays off, he may join the likes of Henry Ford in the canon of auto industry pioneers.
Maker's Mark is watering down its whiskey. The question is whether demand in the U.S. will be affected by the move because backlash has been quick and angry.
Housing will not be an "exciting market" over the next five years, Yale's Prof. Robert Shiller told CNBC.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is selling roughly 42 percent of his stake in the Internet search company, a move that could potentially net the former chief executive a $2.51 billion windfall.
It's pure speculation on his part. But, Apple may be holding onto all the cash for a fantastic reason, said Cramer.
With the Federal Reserve and now Bank of Japan printing massive amounts of money, billionaire investor Jim Rogers told CNBC he is shorting U.S. government debt.
New York state and Connecticut declared states of emergency, and Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts ordered nonessential state workers to stay home.
Grey Gardens owner Sally Quinn discusses her restored former ruin, home to relatives of Jackie O, and its ghosts.
Nearly 11 million borrowers are underwater on their mortgages, and yet home equity lines of credit are suddenly on the rise again.
The subprime market for risky mortgage-backed securities is hot again and the chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities said, it will end badly.
From long delays at the nation's airports to huge potential layoffs of government workers, Americans may soon feel the pinch of austerity. The Financial Times reports.