Bezos' wealth — on paper, anyway — surged after Amazon reported March quarter results that easily beat expectations.
His comments came as the tech giant continued to shed value in the wake of disappointing earnings.
In its quest to find just the right time to raise interest rates, the Fed seems to have discovered a third mandate: creating a perfect world.
Donald Trump supporter Carl Icahn said GOP lawmakers in Congress have an "almost pathological" obsession with the deficit.
Dow gave up some ground as traders reacted to the Bank of Japan's decision to keep monetary policy steady.
Investors will be cautiously eyeing LinkedIn's first-quarter results.
Uber published a blog post Thursday morning that intended to clarify its tipping policy, but is instead drawing more controversy.
Options trader Dan Nathan says the biotech sector could get a boost on earnings.
Other cases like this one were settled with Google and Apple two years ago.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is extremely cautious on the market, he told CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Thursday.
Einhorn took a bruising in the markets last year, but at least one of his apparent strategies is now paying off handsomely.
After gains in the second half of 2015, the homeownership rate fell to just 63.6 percent in the first quarter of this year, says the U.S. Census Bureau.
John Boehner represents "everything wrong and corrupt in Washington," Ted Cruz says, striking back at Boehner for calling him "Lucifer in the flesh."
Here's a good hint at who Hillary Clinton could pick as her running mate, says Joshua Spivak, who takes a look at the field.
Here are the stocks that outperformed Facebook since its May 2012 IPO.
Can Islam, Catholicism or Buddhism boast the same number of followers as this social media platform?
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which securities do well when the yen rallies versus the dollar.
The Bank of Japan became the latest central bank to throw markets a curveball, but what does it mean?
Rather than build the cars itself, Alphabet is interested in selling companies its autonomous car technology, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Priceline has more to worry about than having to oust its CEO over a "personal relationship" with an employee, says BreakingViews columnist Rob Cox.