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There's a new term used around the oil patch these days. You better learn it if you're going to catch the bottom in oil.
Sony Pictures Television is in talks to sell the streaming rights to Seinfeld shows. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
A year after his "Flash Boys" book rocked Wall Street, Michael Lewis says the market's "invisible scalp" persists.
Excerpts from an energetic CNBC live debate that distracted traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. BATS Global Markets president William O'Brien accuses "Flash Boys" author Michael Lewis and IEX's Brad Katsuyama of using fear about high-frequency trading to promote Katsuyama's exchange.
The NCAA's entire concept of the amateur college athlete may be at stake in the courtroom.
Spring and pent-up demand for homes are creating lots of traffic at open houses, sometimes so much that the police have been called.
The most recent GDP Now print puts first-quarter GDP growth at just 0.6 percent.
Morgan Stanley's chief U.S. economist, Ellen Zentner, explains why she thinks the Fed will wait until 2016 to raise interest rates.
The Russian economy is ready for the upside; it's time to ease tensions with Russia, says Dan Steinbock.
While consumers are obvious winners in the on-demand economy, the story for workers is more complex.
Here's why I might not send my girls to college — and what we would do instead, says Jake Novak.
Gold futures settled higher after choppy trading as the dollar continued its rally ahead of the March Federal Reserve meeting.
The euro extended its losses against the greenback on Friday as it traded under $1.05.
Apple's decision to open the beta version of its latest iOS update was necessary to make a better operating system and to create buzz, an analyst says.
Robert Bigelow has spent $275 million of his own fortune researching, building, and testing expandable living areas for outer space.
Why would you buy a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition over a Rolex? And has the Apple device now become an investable timepiece?
Many investors see big exporting industrials as having the most to lose as the U.S. dollar surges. They're wrong.
Financial advisors sometimes find themselves talking even the most intelligent and organized clients off of crazy financial cliffs.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says investors should stay away from Europe as the euro inches closer to parity with the dollar.
Valeant chief Michael Pearson won't pay too much for Salix, which earlier this week received a competing offer from Endo, Bill Ackman tells CNBC.