Market volatility aside, the economy is getting stronger and that will give the Fed fodder to hike this year, two strategists said on Friday.» Read More
The number one thing to watch in the housing sector for the second half of 2015, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen checks out some Tampa market stats and listings with Andrew Duncan, The Duncan Duo.
Marc Morial, National Urban League CEO, and Ron Christie, Christie Strategies CEO, discuss job data, growth, and an outlook on a rate hike.
Matt Tuttle, Tuttle Tactical Management, and Jack McIntyre, Brandywine Global, discuss the latest market action and what things investors should keep an eye on.
Some flight delays occurred after a United Express flight to D.C. diverted to Ohio; and shark attacks are increasing in North and South Carolina, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details on BP's $18B spill settlement.
The Justice Department is investigating possible airline price collusion. Former Continental CEO Gordon Bethune, shares his view.
Former president of Chyrsler, Bob Lutz, gives insight to the latest action announced by Fiat Chrysler.
Federal regulators hold a safety hearing into the recalls announced by Fiat Chrysler. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details and dives into the Jeep brand which is expanding.
Alexandra Lebenthal, Lebenthal Holdings, joins "Power Lunch" to discuss Puerto Rico's bond crisis.
Constantine Michalos, Athens Chamber of Commerce President, joins CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera to discuss Greece's future and what the referendum means.
Kevin May’s clients are furry, four-legged, and full of needles by the time he’s done with them.
Brandywine Global's Jack McIntyre tells CNBC's Power Lunch to keep an eye on China.
A Tuscan villa once owned by Leonardo da Vinci is for sale at $14.6 million, with the estate contains original walls designed by the Renaissance genius artist.
To solve the race and wealth gap, the country must focus on "fair capitalism," says former NFL safety Jack Brewer.
We have a Greece-like situation much closer to home in Puerto Rico. And the culprit is the same in both cases.
Several days after Puerto Rico's governor declared his island's debts "not payable," a spate of borrowers there indicated just the opposite.
Kevin May's clients are furry, four-legged, and full of needles by the time he's done with them.
Genetically engineered cells are seeking out and destroying cancer.
California suburbs were built on sod, but ever since the state told everyone to cut back on water because of the drought, sod has been a tough business to be in, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.