Few things in life are scarier than getting laid off from your job. But should it happen, Jim Cramer says there’s a silver lining.
Jim Cramer says 3 companies are actively unlocking serious value right now.
It’s not flu season, yet Jim Cramer is very concerned about sickness sweeping across Wall Street.
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According to a recent survey of 1,000 software developers, 56 percent of engineers believe they will become a millionaire.
A high school senior from Jackson Hole, Wyo., founded a wholesome underwear company called Yellowberry, which is getting a boost from Kickstarter.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Estate-planning blunders, from not signing health-care directives to leaving living trusts unfunded, are common—even among the fiscally prudent.
Shaquille O'Neal, a four-time NBA champion, told CNBC that one of the game's greatest players inspires his business ventures.
US Air scrambled to apologize after an ordinary response to a customer became a lewd image of a woman in a compromising position.
A big correction is likely to begin during the second quarter, based on historic market patterns, one stock strategist warned.
Despite recent declines in its stock price, one bank remains attractive, Mendon Capital Advisors CIO Anton Schutz says.
US budget deficits over the next decade will be $286 billion less than previously estimated, the Congressional Budget Office said on Monday.
Stocks surged on Monday and moved in lockstep with yields on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday.
After being fined more than $9.8 billion in the last three years, Wal-Mart is speaking out against the Chinese government, according to a report.
For most Americans, the tax increases passed in January 2013 look like ancient history. But for the wealthy, the bill for those changes is now coming due.
Stronger earnings at Citigroup, the best retail sales gain in 18 months and dovish European Central bankers combined to turn the tide for stocks.
Dutch police arrested a 14-year-old girl after she sent a tweet to American Airlines pretending to be a member of Al Qaeda and threatening an act.
The IRS audited less than 1 percent of the income tax returns filed last year. But your odds of getting audited vary greatly, depending on income.
Biotechs and certain new Internet stocks have gotten crushed lately. So who's next?