CNBC's Rick Santelli and Daniel Pianko discuss the negative effects of government student loan lending.
Facebook's foray into gaming might be a positive move for mobile game companies, an analyst told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Friday.
The week's news showed how Snapchat and WeChat have cemented their place in the ranks of big tech, investors told CNBC.
Apple is simplifying the branding of its retail chain by getting rid of the "Store" part of Apple Store, the Verge reports.
Goldman Sachs has been rolling out its first foray into banking with its retail banking operation, Marcus, the New York Times reports.
The U.S. Air Force is experiencing a shortage of fighter pilots and sees retention bonuses exceeding $400,000 as one solution.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at one of the hottest segments of the classic car market.
Deere staged a rally Friday after the agricultural machinery giant beat on fiscal third-quarter results and raised guidance.
CNBC and NBC NY found thousands of FDA safety reports where deaths were classified as less serious injuries and equipment malfunctions.
An effort is underway to unionize the UFC. Talk about a championship fight.
The troubles plaguing Obamacare are comparable to what will happen with Fed stimulus, according to Schiff, who is predicting the downfall of both.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says retail stocks are set to surge. He and Tim Seymour of Triogem Asset Management discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Health savings accounts let you save for health-care expenses and retirement if you use them effectively. Are you spending or saving?
Officials have launched an investigation to see if providers may be steering patients into Obamacare plans.
Oil just posted its longest winning streak since April 2015, but if you missed out on the recent rally, one technician says there are many more gains to be had.
If you frequent fast-food restaurants, you're going to see a trend across the menu boards: chicken.
A lifelike foam statue of Donald Trump naked was seen in several U.S. Cities yesterday. It left many in giggles, but it didn’t please everyone.
Amtrak announced Friday that it has tapped Charles Moorman as its next president and chief executive officer.
If CEO Dauman exits Viacom, it would cap a lucrative decade-long tenure at the company, data shows.