CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should not write off Facebook's stock.
Three sectors are seeing the biggest rallies following earnings reports. Where investors should place future bets.
This first clip started the platform on its way to billions of dollars.
During a special Obamacare enrollment period, California and Washington have a tally that's possibly more than half the people signed up by 36 HealthCare.gov states.
Investors should not sell Facebook’s stock based on its latest revenue miss, CNBC’s Jim Cramer says.
Audi announced it's testing a service that would allow drivers to have Amazon packages delivered to their car trunks, reports NBC news.
The big story for earnings season is continuing to play out: The strong dollar is notably affecting revenues for multinationals.
Youth unemployment today is roughly 3 times the national unemployment rate. America, it's time to skill up!
Growth for some European farmers could come from an unlikely source: the European Union and its ending of milk quotas.
The social network announced on its Q1 earnings call that it now serves up four billion video views to its user base every day, Re/code reports.
In a world of instant gratification, it's important to learn to save and manage money. Here are 20 novel ways to save and build a nest egg.
A strange market condition makes tech stocks a better bet in two weeks, according to Larry McDonald of Societe Generale.
In an era of polarization, trade is the rare issue on which leaders of both parties agree. Here's why.
As YouTube turns 10 years old, we take a look at some of the biggest pop stars made by the Internet.
Hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes may whip up as "strong and severe storms" continue to batter Texas, NBC News reports.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits rose last week, but the trend continued to point to a solidly improving labor market.
General Motors says weakness in South America and Russia hurt demand.
Moody's head of leveraged finance warns CEOs that they must strike a better balance between boosting their stock and supporting bondholders.
Everyone has an office nemesis—they're like "Mean Girls" from high school. Blech. Here are some tips so you don't fall into their trap.
Deutsche Bank will pay a $2.5 billion fine, and must fire certain employees who engaged in interest-rate rigging, New York state regulators say.