In honor of "Prime Day," here is a list of the most random and unnecessary items you can find on Amazon.
Last week's glitch at the NYSE that prevented hours of trading draws attention to layoffs, The New York Times reports.
The most widely watched technical indicator continues to work like a charm.
Measures of CFO expectations for the next 12 months were at their lowest levels in five years this quarter.
Amazon's blockbuster Prime Day promotion is not an indication that the company feels threatened by Wal-Mart or Alibaba, analysts said.
Investors should tilt their portfolios to U.S. stocks, but also consider opportunities overseas, the chief investment officer CalSTRS says.
When it comes to Greece and the euro, there's one big issue that no one's talking about, says former NY Fed official James Kahn.
The Greek debt crisis has masked "tremendous" signs in the European economy, Mary Callahan Erdoes said at Delivering Alpha.
The pace of Federal Reserve interest rate tightening shouldn't derail the stock market, Jamie Dinan says at Delivering Alpha.
No, this isn't a white tablecloth restaurant. This is McDonald's.
Jamie Dimon unexpectedly said he might sit out future investor calls. Here's what Dick Bove thinks the JPM chief meant.
European creditors should not adjust debt terms until they see a "full, firm commitment" from Greece, BlackRock's CEO says at Delivering Alpha.
Excluding Uber, many Unicorns may not be worth as much as they appear before they go public, Esther Dyson tells CNBC.
Bank of America reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Generation Yers are prioritizing their financial goals, increasing their retirement plan contributions and seeking professional advice.
Underperforming corporate executives beware: The activists are coming for you.
Connecticut residents are getting some unwelcome news: Their state has become the most expensive place to die in the U.S.
One asset manager has told CNBC that the S&P 500 is not stretched and urged investors to enjoy an overly 'pessimistic" bull market.
Amazon is hosting a day of deals to celebrate it's 20th anniversary, but a disproportionately large number of its U.S. shoppers probably don't need discounts.
Morgan Stanley is scheduled to release its quarterly results Monday before the market opens, setting up a potential winning trade.