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Federal Reserve officials at their April meeting mostly brushed aside the wobbly start the U.S. economy has had in 2015.
Jim Cramer has his eye on one U.S. automaker that has been coming back with a vengeance—and you don't even know it.
Jim Cramer is seeing good things happening with this company, which could spark the housing recovery we have all been waiting for.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Williams-Sonoma, Salesforce, NetApp & more.
The cloud computing company—which has been the recent focus of takeover rumors—saw revenue rise 23 percent year over year.
Cheaper biotech drugs are headed to the U.S., but analyst Mike Weinstein thinks J&J can manage through some of the challenges.
Brean Capital's Tom Forte thinks Etsy's sell-off is a buying opportunity.
Do ETFs pose a risk to the marketplace in times of high volatility? Possibly, but there are no specific accusations.
Carl Icahn was feted by friend and fellow billionaire Leon Black at a charity event for skin cancer.
Technical analyst Ari Wald explains why if history is any indication, Apple could be setting up for a vicious rally.
There has been a lot of speculation about Salesforce as an acquisition target but bulls say to stick with the stock.
Bob Doll said he believes the Fed will "find every excuse to move" with higher interest rates, and here's why.
Salesforce.com reports earnings after the bell on Wednesday, and some are betting the stock will rise, well, to the clouds.
Music streaming service Spotify will start offering video content with partners that include Comedy Central and Vice News.
Fundstrat Global Advisors' Tom Lee says the key to the rally will be young people buying homes.
Eight S&P 500 companies have reported big revenue growth and a stock price increase, USA Today reports.
Dealmaking hit an eight-year high in Q1 as the cost of doing deals remains low and companies chase growth, THL Partners' Scott Sperling tells CNBC.
Susan Byrne, founder and chairman of Westwood Holdings, is making a bet that eBay will likely issue a dividend following the spin off of PayPal.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
This surging sector is on the threshold of breaking through a key level, says one top technician.
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