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The software giant took out its previous tech-bubble levels after reporting better-than expected earnings. History shows other tech should follow.
Watch the VP get the chance to joyride with Jay Leno.
We had to walk away from Twitter because shareholders didn't want us to buy it, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC.
Trump fails to mention that he paid the filmmaker who he says uncovered the story of Clinton paying supporters to incite violence at his rally.
Mylan has been accused of underpaying Medicaid in rebates for EpiPens, and agreed to pay $465 million to the government to resolve such claims.
Renowned energy trader Mark Fisher forecasts oil prices will establish a base at $55 to $65 a barrel and natural gas futures can crack $4.
For college students, it's the first time they can vote for president and they're annoyed that their primary choices are Trump or Clinton.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's waning support is raising Democrats' hopes of retaking control of the Senate.
Trader Todd Gordon bets on further strength in the dollar, and weakness in the euro, in this trade on the FXE.
The third-quarter earnings season is off to a positive start. Here are five stocks that could continue the trend.
Small and massive companies alike have struggled to seize on the right name.
About $150 billion is spent on marijuana yearly. Now other countries are trying to legalize cannabis to cash in on a growing industry.
One JPMorgan strategist gives his take on why this quarter's earnings will be good for stocks.
Oppenheimer tells investors to avoid grocery stocks due to food deflation.
The tech billionaire tells CNBC he recalled the offer being "$24 billion, when the company was itsy bitsy."
Jonathan Bush is less than thrilled with the two major candidates running for president, and hopes the election will fracture the two-party system.
Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson walked away from finance to launch Stash, which demystifies investing.
Sears' Kmart on Friday responded to reports that the fifth-largest U.S. toymaker has suspended shipments to its stores ahead of the critical holiday season.