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Goldman Sachs' estimate for Nvidia 2018 earnings per share is 50 percent higher than the Wall Street consensus.
"La La Land" might have been the favorite at this year's Oscars but political activism ended up stealing the spotlight.
Donahoe's availability, after the split of eBay and PayPal, encouraged current president and CEO Frank Slootman to "make room."
Higher mortgage rates and near record low supply resulted in disappointing home sales to start the year.
Alvin Streeter knew he resembled The Rock. Then he figured out how to make that pay.
The people who make the most aren't working the longest hours.
The former NAACP told the Guardian that she's applied to 100 jobs but only got offers in reality TV and pornography, USA Today reports.
For the brand that also dressed the best-picture-winning actors, the timing is impeccable, Racked reports.
Sony officials announced Sunday that sales of the company's PlayStation VR have actually outpaced projections.
CNBC PRO used crowdsourced earnings platform Estimize to find the stocks with the best chance at beating the Street.
As the number of unsecured loans rises, Goldman Sachs is touting Marcus, its own consumer-lending platform.
A handful of companies have one fiscal quarter that is 33 percent longer than the rest ... but why?
Five senior security officials were executed for "enraging" Kim Jong Un, USA Today reports.
There can only be a few investing superstars, and Warren Buffett is one of them, Cramer says.
Trump's policies, his voters, and more in today's first read reported by NBC News.
Behind the glitz and glamour is a history of hard work.
March may be the best month to work at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, especially for college basketball fans.
A decade after the iPhone launched, the BlackBerry platform is all but dead, Recode reports.
Intel and Micron Technology are working the same modern semiconductor facility to defray costs, the New York Times reports.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC on Monday that U.S. stock prices are on the cheap side with interest rates are current levels.