The federal investigations into JPMorgan are like cops following you for 500 miles, Warren Buffett said. "You're going to get a ticket."
Mortgage application dropped to a six-year low, as negotiations to end the government's partial shutdown and avert a U.S. debt default wavered.
Berkshire Hathaway's chairman said he doesn't expect the U.S. will default on its debt, but if it does it would be a "pure act of idiocy."
Greenlight Capital gained 4.3 percent in the third quarter and is now up 11.8 percent for the year.
If the government cannot make its payments because of the debt ceiling, banks might fill in the gap.
A helpful, funny customer service chat with "Capt. Mike of the good ship Netflix" has become an online hit. So how can we clone Capt. Mike?
Thanks to a combination of aggressive lease deals and more choices for entry-level luxury, sales of Mercedes, BMW, Lexus and Cadillac are soaring.
Being out of business for 14 days has already put progress on financial regulation, which requires the signoff of multiple agencies, on ice.
Renaissance Capital, which provides research on newly public companies, will launch an ETF for IPOs tomorrow.
JANA, like many activist funds, is having a great year.
There have been many government shutdowns but the one in 1995 was the big one, the superstorm of shutdowns. Here's how it finally ended, Daniel Yergin writes.
All doom-and-gloom aside, the federal government is unlikely to run out of money Thursday, even if the latest hopes for a budget deal don't pan out.
Will the possible debt deal be like the horse-drawn carriage that turns into a pumpkin at the stroke of midnight? Try this pumpkin cream recipe.
The net effect of this much ballyhooed deal is the government opens, borrowing goes on, and the sequester cuts will likely be minimal, if at all.
Air New Zealand offers passengers on its fleet of Airbus A320s a lesson in "Safety Old School Style," featuring Betty White.
Republican politicians are rightly worried that they are losing the hearts and minds of the American people. Here's how to win America back.
The stock market has been neither winner nor loser during the ongoing budget impasse, Nobel laureate Robert Shiller told CNBC.
The Shanghai Composite index has a strong rebound, showing that investors are confident about the strength of the index's trend.
As lawmakers dither, trading phone calls, insults and the occasional calls for cooperation, they are putting corporate America in limbo.
Offering a 30-year fixed loan requiring no down payment, the USDA program was designed to help rural families, but it isn't processing any loans.
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