Did someone know something early in Leap Wireless?
Recent talk of tapering might have spooked markets, but this economist argues that the US Fed is moving in exactly the direction equity investors want.
Coors Light kick-starts a new way to keep your beer cold, donating $10,000 to an entrepreneurs Kickstarter project to help get it off the ground.
The resolution of a recent rate-setting scandal points up that banks lack the context and culture to work on an honor system.
Longtime economic bear David Rosenberg thinks the economy is on the road to recovery, but there's a catch: Fed missteps could yet spoil the journey.
The record of activist investor's running pension funds is not exactly good news for ordinary investors.
Nomura bear Bob Janjuah believes he knows the reason why the Fed will begin pulling back its easing program, and it's not about anything directly related to the economy.
The race to be No. 1 in China has become a proxy for the battle the companies are waging to be the global leader in auto sales.
After putting Hulu up for sale, its parent companies, Disney, 21st Century Fox, and NBC Universal, CNBC's parent company, are announcing the streaming-video company is no longer for sale.
Just as the housing recovery was gaining steam, rising mortgage rates threw a wrench in it and turned down the heat. But it's not all bad news, not for rental apartments.
New bank leverage rules will try to make the world a safe place by requiring banks to hold more capital. But will they destroy economic growth in the process?
By focusing on preventing the past, both sides of the debate over Elizabeth Warren's 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act are missing the point.
The Fed likely will start pulling back its stimulus soon, but that doesn't mean interest rates are going up, former Dallas Fed President Robert McTeer said.
Three days before Chinese GDP data, the Minister of Finance suggests he is comfortable with growth of 6.5 percent, when the "official" target is 7.5 percent. Coincidence?
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is all fired up about Motorola's launch of the Moto X smartphone. At Sun Valley, he talks with CNBC about its launch, immigration reform and the NSA.
Best Buy will offer a weekend trade-in event that allows customers to exchange old, working iPads for a $200 gift certificate, All Things D reported on Friday.
Option activity in Blackstone shows up frequently on our scanners, and the bulls returned to the name yesterday.
Marc Andreessen is bullish on startups and the economy. At the Allen Company conference in Sun Valley, he said he was most excited about is are new collaborative business models.
After a vote by the D.C. Council to raise the city's minimum wage, Wal-Mart has announced that it will not open three new stores in Washington.
Like it or not, it's time for back-to-school shopping. Retailers are pulling out all the stops to win your dollars for this very competitive-and important-shopping season.
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