By: Fred Imbert
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
These are Macy's three main problems, according to senior retail analyst Oliver Chen.
President Donald Trump met with some of the trucking industry's biggest names Thursday to talk about health care.
The House of Representatives postponed a planned vote on the replacement bill Thursday.
The homebuilders are surging this year, and one trader is making a big bet that the rally will rage on.
As they scramble for "yes" votes on their health-care plan, House leaders have a nightmare scenario in mind.
The market has enjoyed a stellar bull run, but a correction is likely looming, according to Sven Henrich.
Ernie Thrasher, founder and CEO of Xcoal, discussed the impact of Donald Trump's infrastructure plans on commodities.
Corporate leaders must take a more active role in telling Washington what they think about important issues, said Box CEO Aaron Levie.
The House of Representative is scheduled to vote on the GOP replacement plan for Obamacare on Thursday.
New Zealand needs workers by the thousand to keep its building boom going.
Cashin says most presume that the vote will happen after the U.S. market closes, which will allow investors to "rethink and mute."
"But in Washington, that last 5 percent really matters," Rep. Kevin Brady tells CNBC.
A major research firm Thursday made a bearish call on Whole Foods and suggested the retailer is a 'victim of its own success.'
Pacific Crest predicts annual sales for Alibaba's cloud computing business will grow 69 percent per year through 2021.
Shares of discount retailer Five Below rose Thursday after the company reported earnings that topped expectations.
Investors' fears about the Obamacare repeal aren't likely to be realized, according to separate analyses ahead of Thursday's crucial vote.
Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer says he needs to see a few key signs before buying stocks.
The supply of homes for sale is now at the lowest level since the National Association of Realtors began tracking inventory 18 years ago.
Masood had a range of convictions, including assault and possession of offensive weapons.
Even so, advertisers are more closely scrutinizing the content their ads are appearing next to, Vox CEO Jim Bankoff told CNBC.