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Mutual fund money is flowing into start-ups, but investors shouldn't fret about their exposure, a finance professor said.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with incoming Dish Network incoming CEO Charlie Ergen, about the company's wireless spectrum initiative.
Reasons for market's weakness
The weak durables report prompted Wall Street economists to trim their growth forecasts for the current quarter to the lowest levels so far.
The merger of Kraft and Heinz could pave the way for future food mergers, but dealmaking will likely dip in the near term, analysts tell CNBC.
The economic impact of cost cuts expected from the Kraft-Heinz merger announced Wednesday will likely be limited.
Twitter's role in connecting companies and consumers has made the platform vital to the global economy, an early investor says.
How much growth can Apple see in the next few years and has the easy money already been made? Brian Colello weighs in.
A love-hate story is brewing on the street over Tesla, whose shares trade in bear market territory.
Todd Gordon of Tradinganalysis.com gives an options strategy to play for a potential bump in volatility.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explained why the food giant will benefit from its newly announced merger with H.J. Heinz.
There are 19 companies in the S&P where analysts expect adjusted profit for the first quarter to swing from profit to loss. USA Today reports.
After trailing this bull market for 6 years, hedge funds are starting to outperform as volatility increases and stock picking becomes more difficult.
The big bets on Applied Materials continue with one trade wagering $1.15 million that the stock will rally in the next 90 days.
Certain sectors are big winners: Industrials, energy and utilities were up 100 percent of the time as well in the 10 trading days after April 15.
Greece and Germany appear to be playing a game of financial chicken. So are stocks set to get roasted?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A sudden turn higher by a diverse group of commodities could be an early warning that inflation is about to re-emerge.
Tweeting big changes? Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Twitter’s ability to make money.
Bulls, rejoice! Betting on the S&P just got cheaper.