Jim Cramer points to this industry as the biggest winner of general election season from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed in after a Monday poll revealed that support for Britain leaving the European Union has grown.
Trump said that the ban is necessary "until we fully understand how to end these threats" and that "we have no choice."
Trump seemed to accuse President Obama of being complicit in the Orlando mass shooting.
The company unveiled a new Xbox One system, code named Project Scorpio, that greatly enhances the hardware power.
This is what the most important factor is for the Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius says.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Baidu, Square, Intuit and more.
The CME Group has sanctioned a former airline fuel executive for front-running his own employer's exchange orders, among other things.
Bethesda Softworks isn't planning to stay on the sidelines as VR games grab a foothold in the industry.
Apple put a stake in the ground Monday, aiming to school rival technology companies with some flashy new features.
Apple unveiled new software and services Monday, but market experts disagreed on whether it was enough to satisfy investors.
Apple showed off updates to Siri, a rebooted Apple Music, iOS 10 for iPhones and iPads, a new Mac operating system and more.
Apple's mobile wallet is now positioned to compete with online payment companies, while you can now talk to Siri on your laptop.
Apple opened up Siri and Maps for outside developers on Monday at its worldwide developers conference.
Apple is upgrading Apple TV by making it more accessible from the iPhone and with Siri controls.
The Apple Watch is getting a new emergency call feature, the company announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference Monday.
As investigators look into the Orlando nightclub shooting, security experts work to determine how these events can be prevented.
Along with Reid Hoffman's major windfall will come a massive tax bill that could top $300 million for the state of California alone.
Alex Molinaroli, chairman and CEO of Johnson Controls, joins CNBC's Phil LeBeau for an exclusive conversation on a new battery technology's potential.