CNBC presents a selection of some of Nobel Prize-winning economist's killer quotes.
Investors have had plenty of room to buy stocks on margin, but they have not taken advantage of that option yet, a force that could boost stocks.
A U.S. investigation into assets allegedly looted from a Malaysia state fund has raised the heat on Najib, but may not dent the two countries' ties.
Trump has narrowed the gap in critical swing state Pennsylvania, due largely to increasingly hostile views against his opponent.
He was one of Donald Trump's most vocal Hispanic supporters, but now Jacob Monty is pulling that support after Trump's immigration speech.
Aside from getting a good photo opp, Donald Trump did a poor job when he went to Mexico, former ambassador Jeffrey Davidow said.
Asian markets were mixed on Friday, as traders likely huddled on the sidelines before the key U.S. nonfarm payroll report due later.
Jim Cramer shares his views of what it was like to report CNBC's new documentary.
The VIX-tracking (VXX) is down 55 percent this year. Is there still value in the volatility play? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Chad Morganlander of Stifel Nicolaus discuss with Brian Sullivan.
An advisor recommends using annuities and life insurance to get as much from Social Security as those who waited until 70.
The "Fast Money" traders debated what Lululemon's weak sales growth means for the retail sector.
Much like the station wagon was phased out by the late '90s, the sedan is slowly fading away.
Some simple deal math has stumped Elon Musk. A $400 million error in valuation calculations was spotted during SolarCity's sale to Tesla.
Jim Cramer warned to be cautious. Conundrums are not investing opportunities.
Hillary Clinton raised more than $143 million in August for her campaign and the Democratic Party.
JPMorgan's Gabriela Santos explains what key pieces of financial data may factor into the Fed's decision to raise rates.
Oil is tumbling, but two traders want investors to know that there isn't much to be concerned about.
The Former CEO of Best Buy cautioned that if the EU is going after Apple for taxes, other multinationals like Google, McDonald's and Amazon could be next.
Apple will remove apps that are outdated, no longer function or don't follow guidelines.