A tight race is normal, Clinton's national press secretary Brian Fallon said.
The heat on hedge fund fees is getting turned up, and one major player has made a significant capitulation.
Twitter, which is said to be entertaining buyout bids, may also have Microsoft as a potential suitor, a source told CNBC on Monday.
Hillary Clinton continues to lead Donald Trump by 5 points, 45 percent to 40 percent, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump's "erratic" personality makes him a unique debate opponent, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager says.
The hedge fund firm founded by Richard Perry and Paul Leff in 1988, plans to wind down its main hedge funds.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of GW Pharmaceuticals following breakthrough results for its drug Epidiolex.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks the iPhone 7 will be the biggest component yet for Apple — thanks to Samsung.
It's not insane to imagine that Disney would think about maybe kinda taking a look at Twitter, Recode reports.
The "Fast Money" traders reexamined their portfolios ahead of the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Jim Cramer made the case as to why the stock market won't change if either candidate wins the White House.
Hillary Clinton may have thought she was clever inviting Mark Cuban to sit front row in the debate but that was a huge mistake, says Jake Novak.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each have very different goals going into their first presidential debate tonight, two political veterans told CNBC.
As Clinton and Trump head into Monday night's debate, their camps are confident that their candidate's economic plan will win the day.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including: KITE, JUNO, COL, TWTR and more.
Goldman Sachs recommends fiscal spending stocks for the presidential election.
The ultra-wealthy aren't leaving much of their fortunes to their kids. Here's why.
For more than a year, Wall Street pros had been treating Trump's candidacy as a sideshow not to be taken seriously.
Goldman Sachs and others are looking beyond this week's meeting of oil producers, and focusing on the return of crude from Iraq, Libya and Nigeria.