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The Hindenburg Omen has missed the mark more times than it's been correct, but its occurrence always gets traders talking.
The inability to pay looming, massive debt bills is dealing the final death blow to many retailers, but only after years of decline.
Jim Cramer analyzed four U.S. steelmakers to find the strongest and weakest performers of the cohort.
Facebook plans to launch about two dozen shows in June, part of its new push into video programming.
Emmanuel Macron may be leading in the polls, but his postelection honeymoon may be short-lived, foreign policy expert Benn Steil said.
Despite Buffett's 30 percent reduction of IBM stock, Kim Forrest said she does not think it is time to move away from the company.
A border adjustment tax "would actually lead to more unemployment and would lead to a tremendous disruption," Matt Rubel told CNBC.
Our ongoing troubles with health care stem from an unwillingness to deal with certain facts, Kevin Williamson writes in the National Review.
Rep. Dan Donovan, R-N.Y., voted no in part because the bill would render subsidies unusable by people in his state due to the provision.
Aswath Damodaran, professor of finance at NYU Stern School of Business, lays out the way Tesla could justify its valuation.
Credit Suisse shares with clients its top stock picks for the year.
Draper, an early backer of bitcoin and its blockchain technology, says he will participate in a so-called "initial coin offering" of Tezos.
Ever wonder how Lego is able to take your favorite movie moments and turn them into toys? Well, we got an inside look at how it's done.
The number of nonfarm jobs created in April was expected to total 185,000, up from the 98,000 jobs reported a month earlier.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg spoke in San Francisco this week about how to deal with tragedy, two years after her husband's sudden death
Equity investors might want to pay more attention to oil's latest plunge.
The application, published yesterday but filed in late 2015, could apply to either a phone-based app or to augmented reality glasses.
Citi analysts think Apple could use its massive cash hoard to buy Netflix or one of six other major U.S. companies, to the benefit of shareholders.
The NYSE floated an unusual investment vehicle Friday that is a bet on energy industry executive Steve Chazen.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association believes that the booking companies are monopolistic and is looking to lobby against them, according to Bloomberg.