High frequency trading has become an extremely polarizing issue, and there are two competing viewpoints.
IKEA isn’t just for college students looking to furnish their dorm rooms on the cheap, Mike Ward IKEA USA president told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Monday.
It turns out that many of the elements that make gaming so intensively attractive to so many young people are actually very useful in motivating those same youngsters to work harder and longer on scholastic and skills-based pursuits.
With their candidate fading in the polls as the debates approach, party operatives focus on tactical corrections, but fail to grasp that the basic GOP message—lower taxes, deregulation and free trade—is unappealing to voters scarred by the Great Recession and corporate abuses.
Much has been made by bears about the deceleration in earnings growth, and it's true, the numbers are slowing. But it's still growing.
Facebook has its eye on mobile but it also sees several potential new revenue streams,COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Traders are looking for a rally from Yelp as the consumer-review network hovers near the top of its recent range.
The founder of Boston Beer explains to CNBC how they fared so well during the recession, his connection to John Paulson and what he thinks about Mitt Romney.
What were the analysts saying about the homebuilder’ massive run up, Caterpillar’s warning, Apple’s iPhone 5 launch and Vodafone? Find out in this week’s CNBC.com Stock Blog Roundup.
The times they are a-changing. Who would have thought that Hollywood environmentalists would find themselves aligned with Persian Gulf oil barons?
Although Research In Motion’s positive quarterly report injected the market with new hope for the struggling company, one analyst cautioned investors against considering the stock a value play yet.
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The U.S. is the best house on a bad block, and investors should stick with U.S.-focused stocks, Alec Young, global equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, told CNBC on Friday.
Who's going to win the 2012 presidential election — Obama or Romney? We check in wit the Halloween mask indicator, which has been eerily accurate, to find out!
At a time when the world's attention is nervously focused on the European economy, there is a bright spot worth noting, and it can be found in Denmark.
The government has been pushing more short sales at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac through financial incentives, and banks are streamlining the process. But all the progress that has been made could end abruptly.
Spain has approved the creation of what is likely the largest real-estate company in Spain: the bad bank. This so-called Asset Management Company is the new "bad bank" that is going to take the toxic real-estate assets.
Read any letter from a university president these days and you will inevitably find the words “entrepreneurial” or “entrepreneurship.”
Shorting the market based on September being the "worst month of the year" has not proved fruitful. Blame it on Draghi and Bernanke.
Herbalife has been at the woodshed since April, but yesterday the bulls stepped in.