On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate Cisco vs. Apple.
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The Tax Foundation estimates Americans will pay $4.8 trillion in taxes in 2015, but some states will contribute more than others.
"This property is a showpiece, it's kind of the hood ornament on our Mercedes," says William Randolph Hearst's great-grandson.
Tim Russi, Ally Financial, weighs in on the health of auto financing after a recent jump in subprime loans.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the U.S. economic data simply do not make sense.
An important snow reserve that provides water for millions of Californians is at about 40 percent of its 2014 level, reports NBC News.
Discrimination is not only shameful—it's bad for business, says Rep. Mike Honda. And Indiana businesses will suffer the consequences.
PE funds are changing the way they invest as valuations rise to keep the cash flowing.
Dollar traders should brace for a big dose of volatility following the release of Friday's much-anticipated nonfarm payrolls report, analysts warned.
Greece has told its creditors it will run out of money on April 9, making an appeal for more loans before reforms are agreed and implemented.
The Greek finance ministry contradicted earlier reports that the country had said it would run out of cash in about a week.
After a record year in 2014, the IPO market hit a roadblock last quarter, a worrisome sign that could stall the bull market.
A focus on financial literacy in schools may not help the audience that needs it most: adults.
Elite Traveler ranked the super rich's top restaurant picks for 2015, & guess which one came top? CNBC takes a look at these wealthy dining hotspots.
The new Obamacare enrollment numbers show that you can't fix stupid, says Jake Novak. But wait—he's got an idea.
Scott Keogh, Audi America president, discusses the launch of Audi's electric A3 sedan, and the innovative technology it brings to the premium car market.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell, suggesting the market continues to expand at a solid clip.
Management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is going after activists investors. But Trian's Nelson Peltz is firing back.
Most advisors see reverse mortgages as an ill-advised last resort, but others say it can be a useful retirement-planning tool for seniors.