Despite the recent rout in oil, don't expect U.S. shale companies to start cutting capital spending or jobs, analyst Mike Kelly said.» Read More
The secret of Jack in the Box, which reported a quarterly cash dividend increase of 50 percent, is in the lease of real estate.
Closing one of the train tunnels into Manhattan from New Jersey could cost the economy about $100 million a day, says the Regional Plan Association.
While the number of rigs operating is down more than 50 percent, oil production in the U.S. actually upticked last week, John Kilduff said.
Perceived overvaluation in stocks make Europe and Japan more appealing than the U.S., one market watcher said Thursday.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks at all the socks impacted by the outbreak of bird flu.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell breaks down all the biotech data coming out ahead of the ASCO Conference, and why Clovis Oncology's stock is climbing.
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Janney Capital saying Spectra Energy is a buy.
The White House Gulf Summit has finished, an Amtrak train caught fire on tracks in Milwaukee, and ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos apologizes for failing to disclose Clinton contributions, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the scorecard on the best and worst airlines offering rewards.
1.5 million people commute into New York City daily, so what would happen if one of the two tunnels into Manhattan were to close, with Tom Wright, Regional Plan Association President.
Insight to Saudi Arabia's impact on oil prices, with John Kilduff, Again Capital, and Leo Mariani, RBC Capital Markets.
What we know about the Avon Products offer, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Bob Pisani.
John Elton, Greycroft Partner, and Sucharita Mulpuru-Kodali, Forrester Research, debate whether the on-demand economy will last.
Is the on-demand economy a bubble, or a look at the future? CNBC's Josh Lipton breaks it down.
Check out the "perfect house for millennials" in Portland, Oregon, and two more listings, with Brian Ramsay, Hasson Company Realtors.
Two trains slipped off their routes Thursday, two days after a deadly Amtrak accident placed scrutiny on U.S. infrastructure.
Visitors went scrambling in an Oregon fish market after a seal entered and looked around before retreating to the safety of the water.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on a record spring art auction season, saying the buyer for the Picasso was a Chinese buyer.
The market is back at record territory. Tony Roth, Wilmington Trust, does not see a correction; and Jeff Hussey, Russell Investments, weighs in.
The body of an eighth victim in the Amtrak crash has been found, and Speaker Boehner got testy when asked about Amtrak funding, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.