India elected Narendra Modi as its prime minister this year on a pro-business agenda. Here's what he's done so far.
Investors should remain long and get ready to buy on pullbacks, funds manager Sarat Sethi says.
P&G is working with advisers to review up to 100 underperforming brands for potential divestiture.
A glance at the chart makes the S&P 500 look expensive. But the fundamentals tell a different story.
The prices and totals at the Pebble Beach auctions show the spending spree in collectible cars continues to rage on.
Here's what traders will be looking for from Yellen & Co. this week at Jackson Hole, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Though tensions eased in Ukraine on Monday, it seems unlikely the conflict will end any time soon, observers told CNBC.
A child born in 2013 will cost a middle-income American family an average of $245,340 until he or she becomes an adult.
Why experts say you shouldn't bet against the U.S. bond market rally anytime soon.
Apple and Google are facing off in a battle over the ultimate mobile device—your car.
Even as retail investors shy away, Wall Street is still making a dash for trash.
After leaping decisively into positive territory in July, home builder sentiment pulled another surprise in August.
It might be "one of the most frustrating stocks" CNBC's Jim Cramer has ever encountered, but it also says a lot about the market.
Tom Conheeney, the longtime president of SAC Capital, is stepping down from the No. 2 spot at the former hedge fund's successor company, Point72.
FINRA charged Wedbush Securities with having shoddy risk controls, a flaw that allowed traders to flood U.S. markets and execute manipulative trades.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In a difficult retail environment, Target and Wal-Mart Stores are planning new initiatives in hopes of cracking open consumer wallets.
Since May, money has been streaming out of mutual funds that invest in stocks—particularly those focused on U.S. equities
Shipments of wearable devices are set to explode 129 percent in 2014 amid a slew of new products slated to come to market, CCS Insight said.
If you believe tensions in Russia will ultimately be resolved peacefully, the following 4 stocks may belong your radar.