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Just because a stock is broken doesn’t mean a company is broken. Of course sometimes it does.
Here are five terrible tax surprises that you might encounter during tax season and how to deal with the consequences.
Pro investors like Jim Cramer are always looking ahead. If you have money in the market, he doesn’t want you to miss this.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz added more pressure to PepsiCo to split up the snack and beverage behemoth.
Companies in the news after Thursday's bell:
Millions of adult children find themselves looking after aging parents. Tax laws offer some help, as long as you and your folks meet the criteria.
Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund is stepping up its fight with Sotheby's, nominating three people to the auctioneer's board of directors.
All parents hope that their children will be a credit to them. That can literally be the case at tax time.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
We have now gone three days in a row where the S&P 500 has failed to break to new highs, while retail gives us more of the same.
It was a subtle thing, nonetheless Jim Cramer thinks it’s a sign the economy might not be as bad as feared.
Discussing how turmoil in Ukraine will impact US markets, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Kate Spade intends to remain focused on its core product line, CEO Craig Leavitt says.
Many traders set up to be short stocks and Treasuries this year. Retail stocks seeing short covering today.
Jim Cramer scours the newspapers everyday looking for investment ideas. On Wednesday he landed on something.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
EBay responded to Carl Icahn's recent letter to its shareholders accusing the company's board of putting their personal profits ahead of stockholders.
Healthcare, energy and financial services are growth areas for the private equity industry, executives told CNBC.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway now owns about 17.7 percent of DaVita HealthCare after buying another 1.1 million shares.
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