Jim Cramer spoke with Howard Schultz on the new "Race Together" initiative for Starbucks, and what this could mean for the country and company.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play T-Mobile's new data plans for businesses and their effect on industry leaders.
Art Cashin of UBS and CNBC's Bob Pisani parse the statement of Fed Chair Janet Yellen. This market has made up its mind there will no rate increase this year, Cashin says.
Alibaba may be about to bottom, if its stock follows the same trading pattern as Facebook following that giant technology IPO.
Trend Hunter CEO Jeremy Gutsche says disruption is good for tech start-ups, but ...
A survey measuring the satisfaction of people taking their vehicles into dealerships for service ranks five Fiat Chrysler brands the worst.
Shareholders in Seattle discuss their thoughts on airing out a touchy subject like race while serving up coffee.
Gold steadied above a more than four-month low as investors remained cautious pending the conclusion of a Federal Reserve meeting.
Price increases for luxury handbags are significantly outpacing inflation, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
Here's why Benjamin Netanyahu won the Israeli election — and the tall task ahead of him now, explains Jake Novak.
Coffee giant Starbucks announced a 2 for 1 stock split on Wednesday, its first split in nearly a decade.
Oil prices jumped more than 5 percent on Wednesday as the dollar fell after the Federal Reserve issued a statement on interest rates.
Sony has unveiled its PlayStation Vue streaming video service, announcing pricing, and launching in three cities.
As the central bank gets closer to a rate hike, some expect the word "patient" might come out of the statement it issues Wednesday.
Blue Shield of California could pay tens of millions of dollars to the state in taxes after being stripped of tax-exempt status.
A new study says fewer Americans are at risk for falling short in retirement—provided they meet certain conditions.
San Bernardino has defaulted on nearly $10 million in payments on its privately placed pension bond debt since it declared bankruptcy in 2012.
Medical marijuana sales growth in Colorado has dipped since recreational pot has been legalized in the state.
Hug your economist. You're going to need him.
The headlines may suggest impending doom but the reality is policy makers have a lot more time—and options—for dealing with the debt limit this time.