"Fast Money" traders picked between Apple and Amazon as the tech titans throw their weight behind competing ventures.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on Thursday urged Congress to raise the borrowing limit to avoid "unnecessary risks."
BTIG strategist Dan Greenhaus says he's now changed his mind about a September rate hike by the Federal Reserve. Here's why.
Families are being ripped apart by this crisis that has hit high schools nationwide. What actions are necessary to change the tide?
Coca-Cola's citrus-flavored soda Surge is making a comeback and it's not the only nostalgic product hitting the market.
Gov. Cuomo's push for $15 minimum wage statewide sets the right example for the country, says Laura Huizar and Paul Sonn.
Brand-new single-family homes are now the target of investors looking to take advantage of the booming rental market.
Within the beaten-down materials sector, two little-known stocks are soaring. Here's the reason behind the surge.
Although not as bullish, David Tepper still says he would buy if the stock market fell 20 percent.
"Hell froze over." That is how some describe the moment when a Microsoft executive took the stage at Apple's annual product event in San Francisco.
Just in time for the holidays, Toys R Us cut its free shipping thresholds, begging the question of how low will shipping go.
Pandora has spent more than a decade navigating the brutal music industry. It's still losing money, but artists are becoming fans.
Research shows that a pro football team's on-field performance affects the stock returns of their stadium's corporate sponsor.
After a year in the spotlight for the wrong reasons has the NFL taken a hit at all? We look at the current ratings and valuations of teams and NFL.
For the fashion industry's trend forecasters and color experts, it's all about predicting the big themes that will appear on the runway.
Walter Stephan, chairman and CEO of FACC, says lower oil prices will give consumers more disposable income to spend on air travel.
Commissioner Goodell is not the only NFL executive who will be absent from this year's season opener between the Steelers and the Patriots.
The market has put too much emphasis on Apple product launches, casting a shadow over its "economic innovation," Daniel Ernst said.
"It used to be easy for everyone in China because it was a macro story ... now it's a micro story," Immelt said.
Data on the three areas the Federal Reserve cares about most indicate it should not raise interest rates, Larry Summers said Thursday.