After 16 years of taking aim at the hypocrisy of politics and the fatuousness of the news media, Jon Stewart said goodbye to "The Daily Show."
Dalian Wanda is in exclusive talks to acquire World Triathlon, the U.S. owner of the popular Ironman Triathlon franchise, for more than $850 million.
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The merger of two Samsung affiliates cleared a major hurdle, with buyback requests falling short of the amount that could have scuppered the $8B deal.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on what’s behind today’s decline in media stocks.
The 10 highest-polling GOP candidates participated in an explosive debate—and front-runner Donald Trump didn't hold back.
Here are nine topics American voters should be on the lookout for in the first GOP debate, says Michael Farr.
Several new fashion trends have hit the selling floor, which should encourage shoppers to open up their wallets.
Farmland values grew at the slowest clip in six years, according to a new USDA report but don't blame the drought.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 7 plays in the troubled fitness sector.
There are problems emerging in the U.S. stock market, and that means it's time to sit on the sidelines, Dennis Gartman says.
As stocks tumbled Thursday, two market pros predicted the market would still end higher for the year.
China's top Web companies are flooding the U.S. start-up market with cash. One of those businesses is causing an investor revolt.
Canada is on track to hit two straight quarters of shrinking GDP. Here’s what that could mean for US investors.
Business is booming at the nation's largest container port complex. Volumes in June jumped 14 percent at the Port of Los Angeles to a three-year high.
Adult entertainment has lost out as viewing habits moved online. Now one company is hoping to catch up.
Walt Disney Co. shares fell almost 10 percent on earnings, but some traders are using the drop as a buying opportunity.
With Tesla shares tumbling once again on production troubles, analyst Ivan Feinseth explains why waiting might be the best strategy.
Starbucks' Howard Schultz says in The New York Times that although he will not run, he's concerned with the quality of candidates.
Further cracks emerged in the pay-TV bundle as media companies indicated that more people are cutting the cord and ditching channel packages.