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After dipping for two quarters, Xiaomi reclaimed its spot as the top smartphone maker in China during the second quarter, beating Apple and Huawei.
Jim Cramer reminded investors that there are always two sides to every coin. Why China, oil and Greece are all good for the bulls.
CIT Group CEO John Thain discusses acquiring OneWest Bank and what that might signal for consolidation in banking.
Utilities are trading at a 2-month high. Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, and Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, discusses investor sentiment.
Chevron and Exxon both posted dismal profit amid falling oil prices, but an analyst sees the stocks going in different directions.
Wall Street is delusional over China and missing the real message in plunging commodities, says Michael Pento.
For health insurers, government health programs have become an increasingly important part of their business.
Trophy hunting brings in serious revenue, but after Cecil the lion was killed a change in policy could cost Zimbabwe.
Car collectors will not be descending on Cuba to buy up the thousands of antique American cars still on the road in the Caribbean nation.
When Dan Price said he would set a minimum salary of $70K for his 120 employees, he didn’t foresee the turmoil it would cause, NYT reports.
Isaiah Kacyvenski has transformed from gridiron competitor to entrepreneur at the forefront of science and technology.
New smartphone apps are making trucking more convenient and profitable, but serious safety concerns remain an issue.
Greece's business owners are desperately looking to move their companies abroad, as capital controls intensify the challenges in the country.
The stock market could be poised for up to a 10 percent decline as this happens, strategist Russ Koesterich tells CNBC.
The marketplace forces undermining traditional media conglomerates are being exploited by Netflix, media analyst Rich Greenfield tells CNBC.
Puerto Rico faces another cut to Medicare and grapples with an alarming shortage of Medicaid funds, The New York Times reports.
Consumer spending in June recorded its smallest gain in four months as demand for automobiles softened, suggesting the economy lost some momentum.
In Silicon Valley, residents are used to seeing big buses rolling through transporting workers for tech companies. Now, those drivers want more money.
Hillary Clinton's allies do not hide their annoyance at the implication by Joe Biden's advisers that she is vulnerable. The NYT reports.
Despite Ford's strong auto sales in July, the stock will not move because of the company's international markets, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Monday.