The market will again pause and consolidate around this level for several weeks before continuing the uptrend breakout, says Daryl Guppy. » Read More
This Microsoft-LinkedIn deal means we are decidedly at the start of a new era in software, says venture capital investor Gordon Ritter.
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The pundits are wrong about Hillary Clinton's best pick for VP. There's really only one name that makes sense, says Jake Novak.
U.S. and foreign investors have woken up to the fact that a Brexit could become a reality.
Tthe old corporate freebies and jollies are potentially on the wane and the corporate boxes are perhaps a little bit thinner this year.
MSCI will announce whether it will expand its coverage to include mainland China stocks Tuesday.
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If the British vote to leave the European Union, it could be a good sign for Donald Trump, says Jake Novak.
It is time to implement a new plan to stop terrorism and keep America safe, says US Rep. Will Hurd, a former CIA agent.
CNBC's Scott Wapner recalls his fateful meeting in a limousine with one of the entertainment world's most vilified figures.
Brexit talk is churning markets, but the pain trade could be lower now that investors are no longer positioned for an exit.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says employee wellness programs are a good investment. Here's how they're investing in employees—and saving money.
Marketers should stop treating millennials like narcissistic babies, and start understanding where they're really coming from, says Keenan Beasley.
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