Here are essential details consumers should know to navigate some of this past week's recalls.
The campaign war chest isn't what it used to be. A CNBC review of candidate spending shows that money can't buy voter support.
Jeff Kinney has sold more than 150 million copies of his book series, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid."
Jim Cramer prepares investors for another busy week ahead, and shares his expectations for non-farm payroll numbers next Friday.
Could the wages of sin be outperformance? One fund manager thinks so, and he has the returns to prove it.
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir touted his country's economic prospects on Saturday, saying reform was key to growth and stability.
Companies often spend a lot of money on cultivating their technology, but a study suggests nearly 70 percent of what is spent may be misdirected.
Leverage employer-sponsored flexible spending accounts, which allot pretax dollars for certain health- and dependent-care expenses.
Experts are skeptical that the move will produce a population boom or have much of an effect on the country’s demographic problems.
Home flipping is surging again as first-time homebuyers are targeted.
A web of military communications agreements will not alone prevent U.S.-China conflict in the South China Sea, say experts.
This month has been a good one for financial markets; all three major indices had their best month since October of 2011.
China is still one of the world's top investment destinations, despite slower growth and a tricky economic transformation, Premier Li Keqiang said.
"Fast Money" traders picked stocks — including Walt Disney and Tesla — that could outperform their competitors after earnings.
Jim Cramer isn’t wavering when this media mogul gets hit by the Wall Street bears.
Despite the final hour slump, major averages closed out their best month in 4 years, helped by the oil recovery and hopes of easy monetary policy.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for prison reform, criticizing the private jail system and sentencing practices.
Billionaire value investor Mario Gabelli revealed on CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report" that he recently bought about 300 additional shares of Netflix.
Christine Ciccone, the COO of Jeb Bush's campaign, is the first high profile aide to leave the organization, NBC reports.
Hillary Clinton continues to dominate the now smaller Democratic field of candidates in the first NBC News online poll conducted by SurveyMonkey.