Brian Sponheimer, auto & capital equipment analyst at Gabelli & Company, explains why he's not worried about slower-than-expected U.S. auto sales in February.» Read More
David Jones, Director of Web and Mobile Performance at application performance management group Dynatrace, names the websites which performed quickly during the Super Bowl.
Advertisers are releasing their ads ahead of the Super Bowl to make their investments count, says Justin Graham, Chief Strategy Officer at M&C Saatchi Australia Group.
While the release of an advertisement online before the Super Bowl allows more air time, it cannot replace the value an advertiser gets from a TV placement, says James Dix, Senior Analyst at Wedbush Securities.
Romina Foster, the wife of NFL star running back Arian Foster, has a clothing line that can help women better understand football.
Atlantic City is engaging in another type of gamble: convincing investors to buy its junk-rated bonds.
People complain that athletes make a disproportionate amount of money. But what if they are actually underpaid—to the tune of $20 million?
The auto industry's troubles deepened as regulators said automakers will recall about 2.1 million older vehicles to fix airbag defects.
An appeals court that POM Wonderful cannot advertise that its juices treat or prevent heart disease unless it can prove that the assertions are true.
McDonald’s will allow some customers to pay with selfies, hugs and high fives February 2 through 14.
"Fast Money" traders were skeptical of the stock after it more than doubled in its first day of trading.
Everyone agrees that the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports slowdown is bad, but it's hard to tell who's to blame.
A Super Bowl spot costs $4.5 million—that is $150,000 per second. What would that buy on major social media networks for that price?
Honda cut its annual profit forecast as it set aside more cash to cover an expanded recall of cars to replace potentially faulty air bags.
Providing choice is key to getting young people to actually pay for programming, Time Warner Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes tells CNBC.
Despite falling short in the third quarter, analysts remain bullish on Deckers' long-term prospects.
MasterCard reported a better-than-expected profit for the holiday shopping quarter as customers swiped their cards more often.
Shares of the hamburger chain surged more than 130% as it commenced trading on Friday.
Alexander Gunz, fund manager at Heptagon Capital says there's a "very limited case for investing in wine," especially due to its "appalling" performance and its inefficiencies attached to the market.
CNBC.com took a market-cap weighted basket of burger stocks and found the index had double the returns of the S&P 500 for the last five years.
After years of giving investors the cold shoulder, Amazon.com is starting to warm up to Wall Street.