A wave of sell orders dropped us to the lows of the day right at the close. Anxiety on fiscal cliff remains, but worry is not off the charts.
If you've ever lost or had a smartphone stolen, you're not alone. In the United States, about 113 smartphones go missing each minute (that's 160,000 a day and about 30 million a year). When an iPhone costs over $800, this becomes a very pricey problem.
Elizabeth Warren is an old-school blogger who saw our crisis coming and tried to warn us.
Major U.S. stock indexes extended losses Thursday after falling more than 2% on Wednesday. Investors have decided to take profits in the face of possible tax increases and fiscal cliff concerns.
Sporting diamonds, Swarovski crystals and barely-there outfits, Victoria’s Secret angels strutted down the runway in the company’s annual fashion show on Wednesday.
While no storm is ever welcome, Sandy’s timing, along with the nor’easter Athena, couldn't be worse. With just two weeks to go until Black Friday unofficially kicks off the 2012 holiday season, retailers are awaiting final inventory shipments for the holidays.
A Northeast region punch-drunk from powerful storms could create opportunities for a handful of utility companies, as governments move to rebuild battered infrastructure, an analyst told CNBC on Thursday.
Scott Krisiloff at Avondale Asset Management thinks we’re likely to enter a recession some time during the next four years. But he doesn’t think one is imminent. I hope he’s right but I can’t endorse his reasoning.
We should feel a mix of great sadness and heightened concern upon seeing the latest unemployment numbers out of Greece.
The Dow, the Nasdaq, and the Russell 2000 have broken below their 200-day moving averages, causing some to review their risk management strategies. Some of this is irrational, of course.
Delta is joining American and United in offering lie-flat seating in premium cabins on certain routes from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. Get the details.
Regulators need to write new financial services rules and banks need to get back to banking, CLSA analyst Mike Mayo told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Thursday.
Planes will be packed this Thanksgiving with nearly 24 million passengers flying, up slightly from last year. Find out which airports will be busiest and least crowded.
Every year retailers move up the kick-off to bargain hunting in order to get a head start in the holiday market share game. And this year will not be any different.
While the videogame industry relies heavily on the holiday period to help boost publisher profits, some companies may find coal in their stocking this year.
The President and Congress will not be able to raise taxes—be those on the wealthiest of the wealthy or anyone else—and cut spending without risking a second recession, deeper and more painful than the Great Recession.
Yesterday's orderly, high-volume sell-off is not being repeated today ... at least not pre-open. The big worry is that uncertainty about capital gains taxes may spark additional selling through the end of 2012. That's why addressing the fiscal cliff SOON is important.
NII Holdings has been bearish for a long time, but now buyers are betting that it’s due for a bounce.
Driven higher by retransmission fees and digital revenue, CBS beat earnings expectations with an upbeat outlook for 2013. But revenue came in lighter-than expected, dragged down by CBS Radio’s advertising declines, as well as foreign exchange rates, and the impact of the Republican and Democratic conventions pre-empting six nights of programming. But CEO Les Moonves’ projections for the fourth quarter were rosy, saying the company will benefit from higher retransmission compensation, plus more digital revenue, as well as the surge of political advertising, which shifted into the fourth quarter this campaign season.
You can divide Wednesday into four simple parts.