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Jim Cramer shares the unspoken rules of investing in the month of December. Santa Claus definitely exists on Wall Street!
Chain restaurants in New York City began placing salt warnings on menu items with more than 2,300 milligrams of salt on Tuesday.
Goldman Sachs' David Kostin says next year fund managers should look for companies with potential for margin growth.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Facebook, Shutterfly & more.
A report says infringed content, malware and fake traffic costs the US media and advertising industry $8.2 billion each year.
The formerly No. 1 ranked golfer announced Tuesday that he was unable to commit to playing golf in 2016, reports ESPN.
Some retailers have coal in their stockings in the eyes of customers.
Did shrinking oil revenues force Russia to sell a prized fighter jet to China?
The divergence between stocks and high-yield bonds has been increasing, leading to concern among some investors.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of SolarCity after spotting unusual options activity.
RBC Capital Markets Internet Analyst Mark Mahaney explains why he is bullish on Google parent company Alphabet.
The Fed's Charles Evans said he favors a later interest rate hike and places more importance on the pace of increases.
Investors searching for treasure in the fourth quarter could find some hidden gems in Alphabet's new reporting structure.
You might want to check with your insurance agent before buying this season's dangerous holiday toys.
Jay Leno keeps his cars in perfect condition, so you can't blame the guy for being protective.
Car buyers in November cashed in on the powerful combination of low gas prices and cheap financing.
BioMarin Pharmaceutical's CEO is still optimistic about FDA approval of its Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug, drisapersen, despite FDA concerns
Representatives from countries around the world gather in Paris this week to set carbon emissions targets they hope will reduce climate change.
Total online sales on Cyber Monday rose 16 percent from last year, to $3.07 billion.
The next US president will decide climate policy, not Paris negotiators, says Terry Tamminen. Here's how the candidates stack up on the issue.