Timely implementation of a strong Volcker Rule is a necessary reform to our financial regulatory system.
Adidas is hoping to inspire consumers with basketball star Derrick Rose's tale of recovery from an ACL injury with a campaign that gives consumers a peek behind the scenes. They also are not waiting for Rose's return to launch a new line of shoes and apparel under the D Rose logo.
“Short term, people who are thinking about moving really need to lock in,” says Craig Strent of Maryland-based Apex Home Loans adding, “when this thing turns, it’s going to be fast."
Is there a "Curse of the Dow?" It's one of the old chestnuts of Wall Street: Stocks that are added to the average have historically done worse than the stocks that are taken out after the initial pop that the additions get.
The Internet space has gotten so big that there's not much of an opportunity for entrepreneurs to get in, Yammer CEO David Sacks told CNBC Wednesday. But there's one area he sees as a real opportunity.
Constellation Brands is pulling back, and the bulls are getting in the spirit with the alcoholic-beverage company.
QE4...QE forever? The FOMC statement, and Ben Bernanke in his presser, made it clear: they will keep going until things get better.
Apple's new iPhone 5 and operating system should be a hit for travelers with easy access to boarding passes and improved battery life, though its adapter could pose problems.
Home prices are stabilizing, and new construction is bouncing back, but apparently the U.S. Federal Reserve isn't buying a bullish housing recovery.
Nintendo is hoping a new touch-screen controller and easy access to TV content will capture the attention of gamers and revive the languishing game market.
Not only has the Fed never done this in the past, but no other central bank has launched a quantitative easing program with such an explicit link to jobs.
The Federal Reserve gave the market most of what it wants: essentially open-ended purchases of mortgage-backed securities, some disappointment it also did not include Treasury purchases.
What’s your "bacon number?" No, not how many slices you’ve eaten today. It’s a new tool Google rolled out to end bar fights everywhere by figuring out how many degrees of separation someone is from a certain celebrity Bacon!
To compete in an industry that J. Crew CEO Millard "Mickey" Drexler said already contains many brands and designers, retailers must guard against overexpansion and growing merely for growth's sake.
A new survey reveals U.S. cities with the highest and lowest travel taxes.
CNBC's Options Action contributor says to sell gold and treasuries ahead of today's meeting.
European banks are trading up about 3 percent. German stocks are at a 52-week high; France, Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal markets are at multi-month highs. Italian 10-year debt yield is at a five-month low of 5.009 percent, if it drops below 5 percent it would be first time since April.
The bulls are coming back to the China shop, looking for a rally in e-commerce stock Sina.
Markets are making new highs; the Federal Reserve’s accommodations continue to drive investor enthusiasm; and investors are embracing all good news and dismissing the bad. Given these conditions, three important rules come to mind.
As Apple unveiled its iPhone 5 Wednesday and prepared for the crucial holiday season, two analysts predict that the company’s stock price could surge into the quadruple digits.