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St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said Wednesday that inflation continues to run on the low side, but it could be back.
In an unusual twist in the mortgage market, the difference between the cost of a conforming loan (generally $417,000 and under) and a jumbo loan has shrunk to nearly nothing.
Wednesday marks 45 days since the end of the second quarter, or as it's known in the financial community, "13F Day." Some of the world's biggest funds report their holdings.
The owner of an encrypted email service used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden, said he has been threatened with criminal charges for refusing to comply with an order to turn over information about his customers.
Another delay in Obamacare gives critics of the health-reform law more ammunition and will take money of out chronically ill people's pockets.
Warren Buffett's newly acquired H.J. Heinz Co. is eliminating 600 jobs across the U.S. and in Canada, it said Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Wednesday criminally charged two former JPMorgan Chase employees with wire fraud and a conspiracy to falsify books.
Despite what you might think, G-forces from traveling through a tube at hundreds of miles an hour won't crush you.
Employers around the country say that they will be cutting workers' hours below 30 a week because they can't afford to offer the health insurance mandated by Obamacare.
When discussing the Fed's inflation targets, CNBC's Rick Santelli questioned whether the government's approach to inflation is a way to "fudge the numbers."
U.S. producer prices pointed to very little inflationary pressure in the economy, which could add to worries at the U.S. Federal Reserve that inflation is running too low.
Doug Kass is doubling down on his bearish market call.
More than 17 years after J.C. Penney issued a 100-year bond, the bond, like the company's stock, has long since fallen deep into junk status amid the retailer's turmoil.
CEO of AOL issued an unusual apology on Tuesday to his entire staff for the public manner in which he fired an employee during an internal conference call. The NYT reports.
Carl Icahn shook up a sleepy summer market with a Tweet that he was taking a stake in Apple. What does this mean for the stock?
The former JPMorgan trader known as the "London Whale" will not be prosecuted for the whopping losses he was involved in, as he made a non-prosecution deal, sources told CNBC.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn revealed on Twitter that he's taken a "large position" in Apple—a tweet that instantly moved the market.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn revealed on Twitter that he's taken a "large position" in Apple.
Disparities among certain economic indicators could pose a risk if not reconciled soon, PIMCO's Mohamed El-Erian says.
If money can buy championships, then the pressure is on the University of Oregon, where money is no object inside its new Football Performance Center.
"The Kudlow Report" will end its run this month, CNBC said on Friday, with host Larry Kudlow moving into a senior contributor role for the network.
The chief executive officer of virtual currency exchange First Meta Pte committed suicide in Singapore last month.
Bill Gross, co-founder and co-CIO of Pimco, revealed deepening tensions with Mohamed El-Erian, who had been jointly running the world's largest bond house.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports activist investor Carl Icahn will now include Facebook as a forum to disclose information and communicate with investors.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Boeing says a manufacturing problem has caused hairline cracks in the wings of some 787 Dreamliner jets, requiring inspections of 42 aircraft and delaying the delivery of planes to airlines, reports CNBC's Phil Lebeau.