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DuPont's win over activist investor Nelson Peltz is a victory for long-term shareholders, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
The key is to look at the dollar move in the context of a longer-term trend, strategists told CNBC.
A new study suggests Viagra can fight malaria, which still infects millions and kills half a million people every year.
Just because Shake Shack had a "fabulous" performance, investors should not short the stock because "people love their burgers," Jim Cramer says.
Beekeepers lost huge numbers of bees last year, and scientists still do not know why.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports bird flu continues to escalate in the Midwest and that is sending egg prices higher.
Food-tech companies are creating meat and dairy substitutes to meet global food demand. Will consumers have an appetite for these products?
While the market continues to trade sideways, CNBC Pro used a proprietary method to scan for ETFs that could move higher.
Here's a surprisingly easy and low-tech way to predict who's most likely to have a heart attack or stroke: measure their grip.
U.S. producer prices fell in April as the cost of energy fell and a strong dollar kept underlying inflation pressures benign.
U.S. scientist Bill Nye, popularly known as "the Science Guy", has launched a Kickstarter to fund an satellite propelled by solar energy.
The lower-than-expected claims number suggests the jobs market is on solid footing, even as the economic recovery continues to struggle.
Two venture capitalists offer their behind the scenes views on whether the valuations of big private tech companies spell trouble.
The real moneymaking opportunity in drones isn't what you think.
Wal-Mart is planning to rival Amazon Prime with its own subscription shipping service, the AP confirms.
Several public and private initiatives are helping woman-run businesses face challenges such as access to capital and lack of mentoring.
Rising yields and falling prices in bond markets mark the end of a rally, not a selloff, strategist Patrick Chovanec says.
The U.S. dollar traded lower against a currency basket after downward producer price data challenged hopes for better U.S. economic growth.
Daniel Farley, CIO of the Investment Solutions Group at State Street Global Advisors, explains why a majority of survey respondents expect a 10-20 percent correction in developed stock markets soon.
Following AOL's takeover-fueled 19 percent pop, CNBC Pro screened for other small technology stocks that could be ready to surge.