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It's been quite a year on Wall Street. New record highs, new record fines. If you're in the mood for a drink, you may want to sample one of these.
From art to real estate and equities — we could be in bubble territory. Here's how Michael Yoshikami suggests you hedge against potential bubbles.
Happy Thursday. No tapering allowed here, at least for today.
Major shareholders like Carl Icahn who opposed Dell's $24.9 billion go-private acquisition were just trying to drive up the stock price, Michael Dell tells CNBC.
The Tesla CEO took to Twitter in his latest public defense of the safety of the Model S battery system.
The company unveiled the results of a new survey of 1,000 adults conducted in partnership with DB5 Research, on Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Twitter and DB5 Research have partnered to study Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping behaviors.
Silicon Valley's suddenly wealthy won't be doing mutual funds and muni bonds. Start-up millionaires just don't do "traditional" when it comes to investing.
Veteran activist investor Carl Icahn once again proved his ability to move markets after he expressed some doubts about equities’ recent record highs.
There’s a lot of talk about froth in the market. But Cramer doesn’t want it to scare you away from these stocks.
The tech heavy Nasdaq is flirting with a level not seen since the dotcom boom went bust. Is that good or bad?
Billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Kingdom Holding Company chairman, discusses his investment strategy in tech stocks like Twitter, Apple and Amazon; and tells what sectors he is putting his money in.
With Wunderlich putting a sell rating on Twitter, CNBC's Dominic Chu and Herb Greenberg discuss stocks that are values and those that are value traps.
Dunna nunna nunna nuh ... BatKid! The founders of Clever Girls Collective explain how they helped BatKid's Make-A-Wish dream go viral.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg and the "Fast Money" traders discuss the profitability of Twitter and if a sell off would help "re-set" its clock.
Maybe you shouldn't hold a Twitter Q&A with an executive who's never tweeted and more lessons from the JPMorgan Twitter #DISASTER.
"I just worry a little bit that we are edging back to the 'eyeball-and-click' thing we had just before the year 2000," Art Cashin says.
More than 200 IPO's have debuted his year. CNBC's Scott Wapner and Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance senior columnist, discusses the IPO market and if Twitter was priced correctly.
Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ gives reason for concern after Twitter jumped 70 percent from its $26 IPO. Kessler says the valuation calling the stock "stretched" is an understatement.
Is there a big reason to sell stocks? Not right now. Everyone is more scared of missing the upside.