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Starbucks hit an all-time high Monday, but traders are still betting the stock can get even hotter.
Three years after returning a fortune to its early venture investors, Workday is starting its own venture investing group.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer unveils four stocks in one sector that could be big wins for your portfolio.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova chose five investment themes he believes will lift him up to the top spot in the CNBC Pro competition.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Societe Generale lifted Apple's stock Monday with an upgrade, but for a supposedly cheery note, it sure reads negative.
The last 12 months collectively was a period of huge gains in some stocks and stinging losses in others.
Jim Cramer speaks with Aaron Levie, the CEO of Box Inc., on his methodology to crush the competition through collaboration.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Our survey found lots of interesting answers on whether the market is due for a correction.
Jim Cramer kicks off Chart Week by speaking to technician Robert Moreno on why Facebook is headed higher.
Tech company earnings hit this week, and some traders are saying this is the time to bet against the underperforming sector.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Valero, Navient & more.
Investors enjoying the afterglow of a putative deal that will keep Greece in the euro zone for now might not want to get too comfortable.
Amid a volatile run for Chinese stocks, shares listed outside of mainland China may have room to run, one expert said.
Bob Bowman, CEO of MLBAM and president of business and media for Major League Baseball, told CNBC there would be no IPO for the technology division.
SunTrust's Bob Peck explains why Fitbit is the best play in the wearables market.
A stunning chart from Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson shows a striking similarity between the Shanghai composite now and the Dow in 1929.
Get ready for earnings season to kick off in earnest this week. But don't be surprised if some of them disappoint—yet again, USAT reports.
"I'm excited about this deal because it says, 'There's a pulse here. Don't give up the ship,'" CNBC's Jim Cramer said.