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Activist investor Bill Ackman made a huge bet on Valeant Pharmaceuticals Wednesday
A near-$1B money laundering scandal in New Delhi is threatening to ensnare some of the country's largest banks.
A supermajority of the House's firebrand conservative Republicans threw its support behind Paul Ryan to be the next speaker.
Gold has regained its shine in recent months, but that doesn't change the dull outlook for the precious metal over the longer-term, warns Goldman.
Fantasy-sports site DraftKings received a subpoena from the U.S. Attorney's Office for potential abuse of inside data, the WSJ reported.
Wage levels of American workers continued to diverge last year, as a greater share of overall earnings came from the highest earners.
With Yahoo plunging again after more troubling financial disclosures, investors are ascribing no value at all to the core business.
AT&T warned investors on Wednesday that its third-quarter revenue could come in below analysts' expectations.
Markets have rallied since the U.S. Federal Reserve held its fire on interest rates, but that doesn't mean it's time to pile into emerging markets.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer calls it like he sees it on the well-known burrito chain.
American Express said continued headwinds from a stronger U.S. dollar and a rise in marketing spending contributed to profit falling.
On a day filled with "Back to the Future" fanfare, "Fast Money" traders chose their best bets to play the decades ahead.
When it comes to restructuring across the globe, there's one common theme: It's the age of the consumer.
Wall Street analysts are increasingly negative on Twitter, punctuated by Morgan Stanley downgrading it to "under weight" Wednesday.
Worries about Fed policy and the Chinese economy have taken the backseat for now, giving stocks room to climb, one expert said.
Ferrari zoomed in its IPO but Uber's staying clear of public markets. What do these two exceptions say about IPOs?
Xiaomi's President Bin Lin said the company is may be selling its Mi Note and Mi Note Pro phones in the U.S. Re/code reports.
CNBC put the track record of gubernatorial candidates to the test using our Top States for Business data. What we found will surprise you.
Have $2? McDonald's wants to change what your spare change can buy at its restaurants.
When it comes to buzz, food reigns supreme. A new ranking shows which chains generate the most in-person mentions.