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CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal bought shares of Cisco on Friday due to increasing Internet infrastructure spending and cheap valuation.
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Chinese households tend to save more cash than their spendthrift peers elsewhere but how high is China's savings rate compared with the world?
Aggressive government support is making sure the renewable sector is still in the picture.
Bruno Bowden describes Google’s top ranks in a very Google-y way. With stats.
RBS will roll out Facebook at Work—which lets businesses create their own social platform— to 30,000 of its employees by next year.
Opposition candidate Mauricio Macri stunned Argentina's ruling party with an unexpectedly strong showing in the presidential election.
Twelve months since the nerve-shredding "flash crash" in US Treasurys and the financial industry is working on improving stability.
Asian stocks mostly extended their rally on Monday after another rate cut in China fueled risk appetite.
Facebook's experience shows that good intentions aren't enough to achieve a goal like universal Internet access, The New York Times reports.
Stephanie Link, whose CNBC "Halftime Report" model portfolio is up 8 percent this year, believes shares of Whirlpool are poised to rise.
As Tidal hits a big milestone, some remain skeptical of the platform's staying power and its appeal to consumers.
Fed-watchers need only look at the Fed's money market operations and balance sheet actions to gauge the policy move being prepared.
The VW investigation is also looking into managers who knew of the deception and failed to take appropriate measures, the NYT reports.
A Chinese investment holding company said it has signed a letter of intent to purchase oil fields in Texas for 8.3 billion yuan.
A key Chinese Communist Party meeting, a Japanese data barrage and a Fed meeting will be the big events in a packed week for markets.
At many neighborhood bars, one day it's bottom's up, and the next day its lease is up.
Law and Justice party claims victory in an election that risks putting the ex-communist state on a collision course with EU allies.
BGC Financial's Colin Gillis explains why iPhone unit sales will be a key metric for Apple this quarter.
Is Valeant taking legal action against itself? The answer may come down to an odd classification known as the "variable interest entity."