The dire prognostication from Carl Icahn about a "day of reckoning" in markets should not be taken as gospel, Warren Buffett tells CNBC.
Stocks head into the last day of April in a cranky mood, but May might not be the time for a shakeout.
Oil edged to new 2016 highs, lifted by a weak dollar and falling US production, although a looming rise in Middle East output capped gains.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals issued its delayed annual report on Friday.
Jim Cramer wants investors to do their own homework. Don't sell Apple just because Carl Icahn said it!
Donald Trump has offered praise for Bernie Sanders, yet winning over large numbers of Sanders voters may be difficult for the New York billionaire.
Frank Cappelleri of Instinet and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss the market’s next move with Brian Sullivan.
Investors should keep buying dividend stocks, especially ones with a history of increasing payouts, strategists at BMO Capital Markets say.
"Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away."
Our live blog is tracking reaction after a slew of European data including inflation, jobless and growth figures.
Instead, a better — but less catchy — mantra may be "stay in May and sell in June."
The free-spending e-commerce giant posted its fourth straight quarterly profit, boosted by a 28 percent rise in sales.
Bezos' wealth — on paper, anyway — surged after Amazon reported March quarter results that easily beat expectations.
Rovi on Friday announced plans to buy Tivo for $1.1 billion in cash and stock.
The Apple employee found dead at the company's California headquarters died of a self-inflicted gunshot to the head, police said on Thursday.
Imbalances in global oil supply and demand could spell trouble for crude. Frank Cappelleri of Instinet and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Using data from Kensho, a tool designed to quantify historical market events, CNBC Pro searched for the best S&P 500 performers when the Russell 2000 rallies.
Smartphone shipments in China plunged in the first quarter, a stat that could worry the world's biggest players including Apple and Huawei.
Russian President Vladimir Putin could be forging a “personal” army to deal with rising domestic tensions according to some analysts.
The Dallas Fed chief pledged to push for gradual rises in rates, as long as inflation continues to rise and the economy remains near full employment.