Donald Trump's popularity reveals that there is a new American Revolution going on, says Carol Roth.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has approached SABMiller about a takeover, but "Fast Money" traders like other beverage stocks.
Crude may have soared higher Wednesday, but this is what it will take to reach $60 oil, strategist Helima Croft says.
InMobi expects the alliance will help it reach 500 million new users in China and other countries by 2016.
Jim Cramer wants investors to be prepared with a solid game plan of stocks to buy, just in case there is a selloff after the Fed meeting.
The Federal Reserve will raise interest rates Thursday for one very specific reason, closely followed market watcher Jim Grant says.
Despite market volatility and anxiety over global growth, 49 percent of financial pros see the Fed hiking rates this month, says a CNBC Fed survey.
Whatever the Federal Reserve does Thursday, it won’t end 'uncertainty.'
"We were appalled to hear of an employee refusing service to two officers...," the company wrote in a statement.
Every year around this time, Apple gives its operating system a makeover. Here's what sticks out this time around.
"We have to work not just on prevention, but on response and recovery," a CEO said.
Fitbit shares rallied 14% Wednesday after the company announced a deal with Target. Why one trader believes the stock could be overvalued.
The top 10 schools for ultrahigh net worth alums account for 5 percent of the world's 211,275 people worth $30 million or more.
Consumers are able to form a perception of a business long before they set foot in the door, but they might want to think twice.
The number of 529 plan accounts is growing. But are people saving enough in them to keep up with rising college costs?
Ken Goldman of J.P. Morgan upgraded Hershey to "overweight" from "neutral" Wednesday morning in a note sent to clients.
Airline fares dipped once again after a steep decline in July. What will Thursday's Fed decision mean for potential passengers?
The package-delivery giant posted earnings per share of $2.42, missing estimates.
Think your brilliant idea needs a patent pronto? Think twice. Patents for lone inventors can be a waste of time and money.
Trader Jack Bouroudjian says it's time for the Fed to launch rates—but he makes the case for a "one and done" approach.