Stocks may continue to retest January's lows Friday, as traders await January retail sales and consumer sentiment.» Read More
Shares in Quest Diagnostics spiked 19 percent Friday after a brief trading halt, which followed a sharp move in the shares earlier in the session.
A New York City cowboy boot business sells classic styles, but it's improving sales by using technology and analytics on an iPad app.
If Apple launches a TV service, it wants to offer at least one thing rivals don’t have: Widespread access to live programming from local TV stations.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said Friday she is more convinced than ever that splitting the company is the right thing to do.
Never before have so many investors thought so little for so long.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has taken legal action against British tax officials after facing a demand for payment of more than $1.5 billion.
Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, discusses how the movement of the bond market mirrors the defensive nature of the bearded dragon.
Jim Cramer warns investors about falling into a trap based on snap decisions that could burn cash.
Thunderstruck by its massive valuation, one trader tried to short the high-flying stock. You will believe what happened next.
The bubble in private market start-up valuations will end badly and could spill over into the public market, Kevin Kinsella tells CNBC.
Wall Street investors and the Federal Reserve are both dismissing this possibility, Jim Paulsen said.
Those having a hard time finding growth in the U.S. economy are looking in the wrong places.
Local law enforcement agencies benefit from the DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Program. Here's who gets the most.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management tried to short Netflix -- a trade that didn't go particularly well. He discusses with Rich Ross of Evercore ISI and Brian Sullivan.
A speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen and CPI data guarantee that more traders will be working than otherwise might be ahead of the long weekend.
Twitter investor Chris Sacca has suggestions for how the company can turn things around — and it doesn’t sound like he’ll be pulling any punches.
The drastic fall in oil prices is widely thought to have hit the Gulf's main producers, but this CEO says the opposite is true.
There would be "havoc" if Greece left the euro zone and adopted an alternative currency, Willem Buiter, global chief economist at Citi, told CNBC.
Charter is in talks with Time Warner Cable about a bid that is likely to be well above the $170 per share, the Wall Street Journal reported.