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BlackRock chief Larry Fink says businesses must develop a better barometer beyond quarterly reports.
Yields on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note dropped sharply Wednesday, setting up a potential trade in certain areas of the market.
A closely followed economic indicator showed expansion in services for the 72nd consecutive month.
Check out Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein latest revealing views on the global markets, China and oil.
It's an area where Google was thought to be losing ground as consumers move from browsers to searching within apps.
Starboard Value disclosed a 7 percent stake in chipmaker Marvell Technology on Wednesday, saying it believed that the shares were "undervalued."
Lowe's Canada and Rona will create a retailer with 2015 pro-forma revenue of about $2.28 billion, Lowe's said on Wednesday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
This year is shaping up to be "a tricky year to buy an annuity," says Andrew Murdoch, president of Portland, Oregon-based Somerset Wealth Strategies.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Adobe, who shared the unknown story of the company's major transformation.
We dug through the S&P 500 to see what stocks are most likely to have repeating Groundhog Day performance.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Yahoo, Chipotle, Match Group and more.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Wendy's on Tuesday, predicting a rally in the stock once earnings are released next week.
Jim Cramer reveals the secret behind detecting another great growth stock like Alphabet.
Businesses are indicating an unwillingness to take on risk: Loan demand declined for the first time in about four years.
Wall Street has presumed Hillary Clinton would win her party's nod and then win the presidency, but the Iowa caucuses suggest the race could be tighter than expected.
With Alphabet overtaking Apple as the most valuable company, CNBC Pro asked experts whether it will suffer from the winner's curse or be the exception.
Top technology analyst Colin Gillis told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that Yahoo should sell itself and perhaps go private.
If the days of "buying the dips" are over, it's only because investors should wait for something much, much bigger, according to one strategist.
Shares of Michael Kors surged after the company reported sales and profits that easily topped Wall Street expectations.