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The UAW's president, whose union indirectly controls the largest block of General Motors shares, said a $8 billion GM stock buyback proposal is premature.
With the Dow soaring to new highs, Jim Cramer is ready to do some buying in case the euphoria wears off.
Jim Cramer considers this stock winner the beauty contest and this one needing a serious makeover.
The U.S. stock market is poised to go higher, O'Neil Securities' Kenny Polcari told CNBC on Friday.
Moody's Investors Service downgraded Russia's sovereign debt to junk status on Friday, citing the crisis in Ukraine and the falling price of oil.
Dan Loeb has a new bet on a Greek recovery, insurance company Hellas Direct.
Will Greece need more assistance?
A spacewalk to prep the International Space Station for commercial spacecraft was delayed, but plans to reopen the American docks will go on.
Current policy for offshore wind power is not working, Breaking Energy said in an article on its site.
CNBC's David Faber reports there is no deal yet for Valeant to acquire Salix Pharmaceuticals, though it appears a deal is near.
U.S. stocks are the place to be right now, Delphi's Scott Black said Friday on CNBC. Here's where he's putting his money.
Obama's big data laws can't be allowed to crush innovation, says this big data CEO.
Since economies drive commodity prices, the collapse in oil is more of a demand issue than it appears, analyst Stephen Schork tells CNBC.
The "Exploding Kittens" project raised $8.7 million and has become the most backed Kickstarter campaign ever.
There are plenty of losers in the West Coast port labor fight. Are there winners? Kind of...
Marcato Capital Management accused the auction house's board and management of "willful neglect."
Apple's cashless transactions service now accounts for two-thirds of all mobile payments in the U.S., analyst Will Power tells CNBC.
Here's why Cowen's valuation of Instagram is at $33 billion, according to one of its analysts.
Stolen information used in fraudulent tax returns filed through TurboTax was obtained outside Intuit's system, CEO Brad Smith tells CNBC.