La Nina may continue California's drought, after El Nino failed to eradicate one of the worst droughts in the state's history.
The "Fast Money" traders said it's still worth holding Amazon after it hit all-time highs Monday and bet on it crossing $1,000.
As the Chinese economy is in the midst of a transition, so too, is America's luxury real estate market, a top broker told CNBC.
T-Mobile announced Monday it will give existing and new customers a share of its stock and launch an app for deals.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Sarepta, Alexion, Whole Foods and more.
Ever wonder what a destroyed house in the Hamptons looks like? Just check this out.
Hillary Clinton faced flak after reportedly wearing an Armani jacket worth more than $12,000 during a speech about inequality.
Producer Jason Blum (The Purge, Paranormal Activity) has changed the financial model of Hollywood by stripping out high salaries and actors' perks, and created the "Moneyball" of the film industry.
Tech investor Paul Meeks is bullish on socially responsible investing.
The money that Amazon and Netflix are throwing around isn't the only thing that scares Tinseltown.
Imagine's Brian Grazer (24, Empire, Friday Night Lights) explains why the economics of network TV remain so compelling, despite the rise of streaming video.
Guy Kawasaki, former Apple chief evangelist, says the lull in IPOs is no indication of success for young Silicon Valley companies.
The transports have fallen 5 percent from their 2016 high, and if one theory holds true, the market may soon tumble with them, according to technician Carter Worth.
Jamie Dimon sounded the alarm on auto loans. Who's getting hurt? Co-signers, according to a new CreditCards.com survey.
Fintech companies want a less-regulated environment to test new consumer products before they come to market.
Are markets due for years of limited range? Louise Yamada, Founder of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors, says it's certainly possible.
Obama's new retirement advice rule will hurt investors in the long run by boosting fees, four CEOS warn.
Allergan CEO Brent Saunders tells CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" why attention from famed activist investor Carl Icahn's is a stamp of approval.
Investors are too concerned with the Federal Reserve's second interest rate increase, Fundtrat Global Advisors' Tom Lee said
Tribune rose nearly 18 percent Monday after sources told CNBC that Gannett was not ready to drop its acquisition bid.