The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
With all of the bull market signs swirling around him, Jim Cramer has declared this is in fact a bull market!
Housing data will take investor focus as repeated presentation of Yellen's remarks and subdued geopolitical news keep the economy in the spotlight.
Federal law requires JPMorgan Chase & Co to disclose Iran-related transactions, which the bank did Tuesday ... all $9 of them.
Wall Street might be wary of gobbling up Shake Shack stock, but the chain is dominating social media.
As Texas Roadhouse looks for additional growth beyond its flagship casual dining chain, it has quietly opened a new fast-food restaurant.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that could transform how employers run their 401(k) plans.
Lending Club delivered quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but the company's stock fell more than 10 percent.
Fans of the second-generation smartwatch couldn't hand over their cash fast enough.
Hewlett Packard delivered quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but revenue came in light of expectations.
The last of 450 Bugatti Veyron models is set to go on display at the Geneva Motor Show next week. NBC News reports.
Some utilities are pushing back against the growing number of customers who use solar technology to generate their own electricity.
A audit found "questionable billing practices" by economist Jonathan Gruber, who was consulting on a revamp of Vermont's health-care system.
As the Nasdaq moves closer to hitting the 5,000 mark, there is one company that every investor wishes they bought when the index touched its 2002 low.
With the launch of Apple Watch, this is expected to be the year wearables break through. Here are the 10 wearable tech toys worth watching.
Adult Alaskans can now not only keep and use pot, they can transport, grow it and give it away.
Net neutrality rules proposed by the FCC are a "sad example of unreasoned decision-making," former commission chairman Michael Powell tells CNBC.
JPMorgan Chase said it is aiming to save around $1.4 billion in annual expenses by cutting costs and simplifying businesses.
This chemical company has made all the right moves to decouple itself from oil prices, and Jim Cramer sees dollar signs in the future.
The Marlin Company is a century-old printer. How did it survive the digital era and become a technology company? CEO Frank Kenna explains.