While Bristol Myers Squibb is having its worst day in nearly 16 years, shares of Merck is up 5 percent year over year. Nancy Tengler, Heartland Financial, discusses one of her largest holdings.
Bristol Myers Squibb is having its worst day in nearly 16 years after failing to meet goals for a lung cancer drug. Alex Arfaei, BMO, discusses.
The U.S. nonfarm payroll report rarely delivers all good news, but there's not a bad number in the July data, Douglas Holtz-Eakin says.
Saving Trump's campaign is likely out of the GOP nominee's hands at this point, says Jake Novak. But there is one thing Trump could do.
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A top-secret meeting being hosted by President Xi Jinping is believed to be taking place at a beach resort town this week.
Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb briefly fell more than 17 percent in opening trade Friday after its cancer drug failed to meet targets in a late-stage study.
The Labor Department said unemployment was at 4.9 percent in July. But that doesn't quite tell the whole story.
Oil closed lower as a crude and refined product glut weighed on markets and investors eyed a possible stutter in China's imports.
A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that Facebook is taking steps to combat headlines that are 'clickbait,' misleading headlines that create false expectations.
Sellers should revise inventory strategy and avoid relying so much on department stores, said some analysts on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Willie Degel said restaurant owners must be more versatile, because the consumer is more selfish and educated than ever before.
President Obama commuted the sentences of 214 Federal inmates, in the largest one-day action of its kind in more than a century. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.
A look at Donald Trump's uphill electoral battle to win the presidency, with Larry Sabato, University of Virginia.
CNBC's John Harwood discusses the issues facing Trump's campaign.
The Bank of England cut rates and the UK's FTSE Index rose 1.5 percent. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
MGM CEO Jim Murren discusses the outlook of his company, including business in Macau, National Harbor and Atlantic City, as well as his view on the election.