Amid an uncertain stretch for stocks, "Fast Money" traders outlined their best plays moving forward.
Mark Zuckerberg is in position to overtake Jeff Bezos as the world's fifth richest person.
Pot is illegal on the federal level, but the IRS code states, "Marijuana businesses are required to file federal income tax returns."
North American energy companies have just 15 percent of oil and 19 percent of gas production hedged for 2016, according to IHS.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer puts profits center stage.
Caterpillar says it plans to close five plants and trim about 670 jobs in Illinois and several other states.
By missing the GOP debate, Donald Trump was spared all but glancing blows from those battling to catch up.
Pepsi will open a restaurant this spring in Manhattan, serving a "full artisanal menu" inspired by the kola nut, NYT reports.
The popular click-and-collect strategy often drives incremental sales, but it can also weigh on retailers' profitability.
Death Wish Coffee, a start-up with only 11 employees, is expecting a jolt in business after getting a free ad during the Super Bowl.
Mohamed El-Erian said that the Bank of Japan's negative rates indicates its hope to weaken the yen to bolster its economy.
The Zika virus should not cause Americans to be "unduly alarmed just yet," says infectious disease expert Paul Roepe.
Demand for home medical devices is booming. Innovations keep rolling out — from smart baby monitors to infrared thermometers.
The Bank of Japan's decision to adopt negative interest rates will only make matters worse for the economy, Peter Boockvar says.
Japan's surprise decision to cut interest rates has pushed negative yielding government bonds to a new record. FT reports.
Nissan is recalling thousands of Altima cars for a third time to fix a latch problem.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro screened for the best performing securities during recessions.
As digital sales of video games slide, GameStop is dipping into potential new revenue streams outside its comfort zone.
Growth braked sharply as businesses stepped up efforts to reduce an inventory glut and a strong dollar and tepid demand weighed on exports.
Chevron reported a fourth-quarter loss on Friday as the oil producer grappled with how best to handle plunging crude prices.