U.S. stock futures opened sharply higher after Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen emerged victorious, with Dow futures soaring nearly 200 points. » Read More
Jefferies says the energy sector's current price to book valuation is 38 percent below its historical average.
"I wanted to make sure Congress knew about it," Evelyn Farkas tells CNBC.
Vladimir Putin says protesters found to have broken Russian law must be held accountable.
High consumer confidence levels and the postelection stock rally may not translate into more robust GDP, the ex-Treasury secretary says.
JPMorgan says Apple represented 37 percent of Qorvo’s revenue last year and it will benefit from future iPhone sales.
At this New York bakery, undocumented workers are fighting to stay, Buzzfeed reports.
Most Americans say they would prefer changes that increase revenue and not raise the national deficit, USA Today reports.
Republicans and Democrats see eye to eye on at least one thing — both parties are experiencing sharp internal division.
Pelosi has cast the defeat of a Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act as a win for her party.
America's NATO allies will be focused on what they see as the danger posed by the White House itself, NBC News reports.
Your company's top workers are motivated primarily by this, reports William Belk.
The billionaire has been building relationships with socialist politician for decades, FT reports.
The new tool, Personal Fundraiser, allows users 18 or older to "raise money for themselves, a friend or someone or something not on Facebook."
Lululemon warned its fiscal first quarter has gotten off to a slow start.
The Trump administration is seeking only modest changes to NAFTA, according to the WSJ.
The reasons are adding up, writes self-made millionaire James Altucher.
Peter Roper says a willingness to make bold moves got him where he is today.
3 ways starting your day earlier will increase your productivity.
Chris Sacca shares his best career tip in Tim Ferriss’ book, “Tools of Titans.”
A number of environmentally focused corporations say they'll keep fighting climate change, despite government policy, Buzzfeed reports.