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US stocks rose sharply on Monday after a key Federal Reserve official advised "prudence" with regards to interest rates.
In the fiercely competitive smartphone market, Apple could not have scripted better timing for Samsung's phone recall, analyst says.
After turning down Mylan's $26B offer, shares of Perrigo have lost almost half their value.
Within five years intelligent agents and robots will eliminate six percent of jobs according to a new Forrester report.
The U.S. economy is "perfectly reasonably OK" and can handle a 0.25 percent interest rate increase, Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick says.
Twitter is about to make a big change to the way that tweets work, The Verge reports.
Donald Trump's assertion that Fed Chair Janet Yellen is biased isn't out of bounds but sanctimony over Fed criticism is, says Jake Novak.
Economic progress continues in the U.S. but it would be wise to continue keeping policy loose, she said in a closely watched speech Monday.
Stocks have gone on a roller coaster ride from Friday through today alone.
Olive Garden is slated to sell 21,000 unlimited pasta passes on Sept. 15.
If the Fed gets caught behind on rate hikes, that could mean a quicker tightening schedule and a risk to the market, experts say.
Amid Hitchcock-level investor anxieties, it’s worth stepping back to note that this has actually been a great year for many investors.
Apple's stock popped more than 2 percent on Monday, on track for its best day in nearly six weeks.
After Friday's sell-off, Wall Street firms blasted clients with warnings about volatility ahead and how to trade it.
Samsung supporters are hoping the company can shake off a nightmarish recall as its stock tumbles.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the latest Fed speak from both dovish and hawkish voices at the central bank ahead of the September meeting next week.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com doesn't see the Fed hiking rates in September, so he trades the GLD.
Trump's commentary Monday will not erase Clinton's rough weekend but it allows Democrats to hammer him again, Politico's Ben White says.
The CEO of JPMorgan Chase thinks the Fed should raise interest rates 'sooner rather than later.'