Oil prices need to recover to roughly $70 a barrel — and stay there — before U.S. shale drillers invest in new production, Tom Petrie said.
Snapchat is growing in popularity among millennials, Gen Z. but it's still not on Facebook's level when it comes to advertising.
Gold is still on the way up after last Friday's jobs number. But how high can the yellow metal go?
Americans’ opinion of big banks fell after the financial crisis; is it also keeping talent away from Wall Street?
A retired CIA officer has been involved in an investigation for an unlikely paymaster—Uber, CNBC has learned.
Known as the world's most secretive meeting, the Bilderberg Meetings, held annually since 1954, will take place from June 9 - 12 in Dresden, Germany.
CNBC's John Harwood sat down with veteran GOP consultant Mike Murphy, who raised millions for Jeb Bush, to talk about the 2016 election and Trumpmania.
The gold rally may have been sharp, but UBS's Mark Haefele says the precious metal will maintain its shine for the next 12 months.
While many call for presidential primary reform, they'll be hard-pressed to find a satisfying solution for everyone.
Presidential elections tend be accompanied by stock market volatility when no incumbent is running, and feelings — not facts — are often to blame.
IDC released data supporting declining worldwide PC Shipments through 2016 into 2017.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC about the opening of Shanghai Disneyland about of the park’s official opening.
If marijuana is really legal in some states, then there's no need for all of these absurd restrictions, says former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
The Continental Resources chief previously thought $60 per barrel was the magic number. Now he sees $69 to $72 per barrel by the end of 2016.
The image-bookmarking app aims to revolutionize how people discover products and content and how they buy stuff.
Premium tickets for hot musical "Hamilton" are getting more expensive, but they're still a bargain compared to the resale market.
Charity-run funds to help patients pay co-payments face scrutiny by prosecutors and increased federal oversight, USA Today reported.
Once associated with the "crummy beer your dad drinks," the humble aluminum can has seen a renaissance.
George Soros recently directed a series of "big, bearish investments" after a long break from trading, the WSJ reports.