When it comes to economic growth, 2016 is looking a lot like 2015 — and probably even worse.» Read More
The military team that killed Osama Bin Laden is an elite special forces group unofficially called Seal Team 6.
Officially, the team's name is classified and not available to the public; technically there is no team 6. A Tier-One counter-terrorism force similar to the Army's elusive Delta group, Team 6's mission rarely make it to paper much less the newspaper.
Osama, Osama. Hey, hey, hey goodbye [NYTimes]
Bin Laden is dead, but is Al Qaeda ? [New Yorker]
Dollar up, oil down on Bin Laden news [Reuters]
Debt ceiling fight is here [CNN Money]
Caterpillar came in with a huge upside surprise on its earnings today.
And that has people worried.
How on earth is it possible that domestic sales of construction equipment could have increased 92 percent?
Construction is recovering —but it is not anywhere near the level that could justify that kind of spending on equipment.
This shouldn’t really be a boom time for Caterpillar.
It's official. "The Wall Street Rapper" is now "The Silicon Valley Rapper."
Allen Mask, 22, a former analyst first-year at Goldman Sachs and a budding hip-hop artist, is now working at Google and rapping to a more "high-tech" beat these days.
Check out Mask's latest music video project advocating for music education .
Know this about David Rosenberg: He still thinks the economy stinks, even if he believes the stock market will rise .
The Gluskin Sheff economist and strategist is miffed that anyone might infer that his bullish statements this week on stocks represent a change in how feels about the economy.
Will he or won’t he? Or rather, when will he?
The private market valuation of Facebook recently took a hit when a group of investors looking to sell a large number of shares had to reduce their asking price. The implied valuation from the sale went from $90 billion to $70 billion.
This raises an important question: can you short Facebook?
The European Union’s antitrust investigations into derivatives will very likely demonstrate how banks use regulations to stifle competition.
Regulators are now investigating Harbinger Capital Partners on at least five matters.
Investors have been shunning tech names. "There's going to be a bit of a shift back to value," says a veteran analyst.
The best way the Fed can help the troubled stock market would be to "just do nothing," Gartman tells CNBC.
The JPMorgan top strategist who correctly predicted the August swoon makes a very bearish call on Internet stocks.