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CNBC's third annual ranking of private companies that have wooed billions in funding may surprise you. They debunk start-up myths.
Jim Cramer is seeing some signals floating over from China. Could that spark an economic revival for your portfolio?
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The decision on whether to own munis is more involved than just the tax status.
Jim Cramer speaks to WhiteWave CEO on its success in the plant-based beverage and organic business. Can the stock surge higher?
Jim Cramer wonders, if Actavis can make it work, why can't other acquisitions? He proposes a few worthwhile acquisitions ready to be scooped up.
Earnings in the second quarter will not be the same as the first, but analysts don't believe it.
Dating sites may pique the interest of some investors, but the $2.4B online dating market is fiercely competitive.
OPEC may think that oil will stay under $100 a barrel for the next decade but two pros say this is what can push crude back to that level.
The low volatility ETF has performed remarkably well over the past four years. And that is raising some very uncomfortable questions.
Small-cap stocks like regional banks look appealing as a Federal Reserve rate hike looms, a wealth manager said.
Despite numerous Wall Street proclamations that its demise is near, investors refuse to buy into the notion that the bond bull market is dead.
As inflation normalizes, investors should be exposed to companies that are boosting capital expenditures, Tom Lee tells CNBC.
In a strange coincidence, the charts for several top names are showing patterns that may be flashing a warning sign for stocks.
Big financials have been perking up lately and may be ready for an even greater run higher.
Options expert Stacey Gilbert explains why Facebook is trading at one of its highest discounts in the past year.
Earnings from companies are coming in much better than expected. The magnitude of this beat may surprise you.
Apple Watch won't supplant venerable luxury timepiece makers, but everyday fashion watch makers are in trouble, two former retail executives said.
Consumers seem to be spending money on cars, student loans, electronics and dining, but not on retail in general.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why a "no news is good news" rally may be coming.