Despite oil prices hitting a 2015 high, global demand remains soft and higher prices are transitory, analyst Francisco Blanch says.» Read More
It takes 12 to 18 months for the benefits of lower crude oil prices to show up in GDP and consumption activity, Tobias Levkovich tells CNBC.
The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Nepal has soared past 3700; and Fitch is lowering Japan's credit ratings, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
"If you're going to sell Starbucks on that, then bring it to me," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Amazon's cloud business is so "tremendous" that it will eventually overtake its retail business, Weblogs CEO Jason Calacanis said.
Coca-Cola has much work to do to turn around its business, but Q1 results show it is on the right track, CEO Muhtar Kent tells CNBC.
The Apple Watch is going on sale around the world; Italian police issued an arrest warrant for 18 Islamic extremists; and Boston's public transit is letting people ride for free for a day, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Amazon's first-quarter earnings were great despite missing expectations.
One luxury subscription service is debuting its new collection not in spite of the Apple Watch debut but because of it.
"At some point, we're going to reach a level where it's just not going to go any higher," said Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster.
Investors should not sell Facebook’s stock based on its latest revenue miss, CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.
A U.S. drone strike accidentally killed 2 hostages; Deutsche bank is set to pay $2.5B for interest rate fraud; and a Chilean volcano erupts for the first time in 40 years, reports CNBC's Melissa Lee.
Investors interested in long-term return should take a close look at Chipotle, and not McDonald's, given it's potential for growth.
Many companies have beaten profit estimates this earnings season, but investors aren't excited about the revenue picture, Mark Luschini tells CNBC.
Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor says his company is focusing on Internet connectivity infrastructure as well as on smartphones.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he "was shocked" after the latest MCD earnings.
France arrested an Islamic extremist planning an imminent attack, Ben Affleck says he regrets asking a show producer to censor his family ancestry, and a 100 carat diamond sold, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Slimming your TV bill may be tougher than you think. Providers' new slim bundles don't always cut your costs.
"Between weather [and] the dollar, I think it's going to be a kitchen sink quarter," Stephen Wood of Russell Investments told CNBC.
Blue Bell Creameries is pulling all of its ice cream products from store shelves; Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi is sentenced to twenty years in prison; and Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second is celebrating her 89th birthday, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Gett is taking on the Uber in New York City by banning surge pricing and aggressively cutting fares.
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