Donald Trump has said in the past his workers get health coverage from their jobs, and this means they wouldn't have to buy Obamacare plans.
Neither Clinton nor Trump would boost growth or reduce debt and deficits, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
Apple's earnings rarely miss estimates and the company's shares usually rise in the week following, according to historical analysis using Kensho.
Apple's burgeoning software and services business is set to seriously shift investors thinking, said Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.
With a big earnings week for tech stocks, one technical analyst says that Alphabet is the one to buy among them.
Target is hoping to tap into the same magic that helped lift its comparable sales last holiday.
Short-seller Jim Chanos laid out his bearish case for Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, saying "this is an accounting story."
Tony Crescenzi, a market strategist and portfolio manager at Pimco, shares his views on the Fed, rates and the economy.
Outside groups have funneled cash into key Senate races this year as the major parties fight for control.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian on why he rejoined the tech company after selling it at age 23, and his goal of getting to 1 billion users.
CNBC launches the iQ 100 Index of large-cap innovation leaders that derive substantial revenue from their valuable intellectual property.
CNBCiQ 100 chooses companies that are consistently innovative. Those who didn't make the list don't derive substantial revenue from IP.
Hillary Clinton is now matching Barak Obama's numbers with the youth vote, a massive new study shows, says Jeff Stein.
By buying Time Warner, AT&T might effectively subsidize the cost of a more robust streaming package, reports The Verge.
Beaten-down burrito giant Chipotle could finally turn things around after its earnings report, scheduled for Tuesday, says one strategist.
Cities are pouring money into new technology, from drones to creating a municipal Internet of Things, but economic return remains uncertain.
Jim Chanos shares his market views in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
After saying on CNBC on Monday that DirecTV Now would cost "radically" less than competitors, Randall Stephenson tells WSJ conference it will be $35 a month.
Apple is using virtual reality to test a self-driving vehicle, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.