Despite all the stress and anger, Jake Novak says this election has brought us three great reasons to feel good.
During big benefits for Hurricane Sandy and 9/11, Trump gave "not one dime!" David Tepper tells CNBC.
Weak demand in China, slower volume of the smaller iPhone, and the lack of a new iPhone SE could pressure sales, according to 9to5Mac.
Neither presidential candidate will cause a sell-off in markets — instead, markets are in for a rally after the election, says Tom Lee.
Wall Street is weighing whether markets will keep climbing if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
It's not a new concept, but a number of online marketplaces are springing up to make it easier to swap votes.
Well-paid, well-educated white-collar professionals seem to be considering a move.
This industry stands to gain no matter which candidate wins the White House, says John Berger.
Should Trump follow through on some campaign pledges, experts see the potential for an explosive four years, NBC News reports.
Biotech stocks have had a rough year, though they may rally no matter who wins the election on Tuesday.
Strategist Jim Paulsen says investors should focus more on longer-term market movements than who takes the White House on Tuesday.
Apple is going to hand over ad sales for the app to Comcast's NBCUniversal in an exclusive deal that starts in January, Recode reports.
There's a reason Trump National has 'pencils with erasers," hedge fund billionaire David Tepper jokes.
With less than 24 hours to go until Election Day, the presidential candidates are in a mad dash to the finish line.
Forget Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. More than a dozen states are considering ballot measures to raise your taxes.
The billionaire says some simple advice helped him change his pattern.
Since 1952, the Dow and the S&P 500 have climbed the day before an election 81.3 percent of the time, according to Stock Trader's Almanac.
Alicia Glen, New York City deputy mayor of housing and development, said Trump is a "brilliant marketer."
Once U.S. markets get past the election and December's expected rate hike, they'll be set up to bounce back in a big way, some analysts say.