Investors are ignoring a key indicator that will send the S&P 500 10 percent higher, according to the frequently bullish strategist.
The hedge fund "billionaires' club" grows even after some of the biggest hedge funds struggled in 2015.
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Airport security line mess can be fixed easily. All Congress needs to do is..., says J. David Cox Sr.
The revised first-quarter gross domestic product was the weakest performance since the first quarter of 2015.
Digital video game sales hit $6.2 billion in April as revenue from PC titles climbed while mobile and console transactions cooled off.
Gawker's Nick Denton tells CNBC that venture capitalist Peter Thiel's attack on the site shows "the power of the billionaire class."
Car insurance prices are headed higher due to weak industry profitability, bigger claims and elevated claims frequency due to more miles being driven. Auto insurance prices rose 6 percent in April, according to government data, making it the largest monthly increase since October 2003.
A new U.S. study on rats is giving new life to the debate on whether cellphone use causes cancer. NBCNews reports.
Hospitality mogul Tilman Fertitta shares key lessons you won't learn in business school.
Sever storms brought tornadoes in Kansas and Texas and flash-flood fears near Austin, NBC News reports.
Consumers were feeling more optimistic in May — but attitudes still weren't as sunny as expected.
Google has been removing links from its search engine in Europe for two years. Here's who's been asking to have URLs taken down.
Bespoke Investment Group ran the numbers to find out how the market tends to perform during Memorial Day week.
Ryan Leslie, a Grammy-nominated singer, is gearing up to publicly launch SuperPhone.
According to one travel search engine, bookings for Trump Hotels have declined about 59 percent year over year.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explores small-cap stocks' relationship with the oil rally and makes a trade.
Imagine a burglar breaks into your home, photographs your stuff, then sends you the pics and a message: “Pay now, and I'll tell you how I got in.”
Here’s how companies are giving employees more money — without giving them a raise, write financial advisors Mark Dixon and Susan Shoemaker.
A jury has ruled in favor of Google on fair use in a software copyright trial with Oracle.