Have you ever thrown a coworker in a lagoon at the office party? Here are some of the most outrageous things people have done at office parties.
Even Nevada's Mustang Ranch bordello is shaken by the "fiscal cliff" uncertainty.
Stocks that may have left you crying in a corner could soon have you jumping for joy – and it’s all due to this underestimated catalyst!
A gloomy reality sets in: 2013 will be tough, "fiscal cliff" or not.
Airline frequent flier accounts can expire without activity over a certain timeframe. But get them back (for a fee).
States risk losing billions of dollars in grants if no fix is found for avoiding the spending cuts and tax hikes set to take effect next year.
The latest in cool technology has created opportunities for entertainment and profit, a venture capitalist told CNBC on Friday, who cited several of the sector’s most promising products under development.
Some fear the rapid increase in home prices could actually start hurting the housing recovery.
The amount of annual income to guarantee happiness varies from country to country, a new international survey finds.
Investors should be careful because the quality of corporate bonds has peaked, experts say.
Reducing the debt ceiling to a ceremonial event would be like trying to gain strength by lifting barbells with balloons on their ends.
The approaching Mayan apocalypse is providing fodder for lots of beer and spirits promotions. What's in your go kit?
The Fiscal Cliff Follies: should you be encouraged or discouraged? It depends. If you are long the market, you should be ENCOURAGED that in the last two hours the market has not moved on headlines like these...
The last month of the year is about to begin and with it will come a slew of quarterly reports and other key data. What will Cramer be watching?
The market is not always a rational beast. Sometimes it will do things that seem downright senseless, ridiculous, or even insane, said Cramer.
Sometimes you can’t make a call until you hit the books. What has Cramer learned about these names?
Stunned investors sent shares of Yum tumbling after the company said sales in China were expected to fall 4 percent. Does that mean China’s economy is in trouble?
Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.