Americans could achieve energy independence by around 2022 under Donald Trump's plans, says oil billionaire and Trump advisor Harold Hamm.
Websites and services across the East Coast were shut down for two hours Friday by the denial of service attack.
A decline in rail stocks could be sending negative signs about the health of the overall economy.
Gold could be a good way for investors to hedge their portfolio against a Trump victory.
China and the Philippines could begin exploiting energy reserves in the South China Sea. Discussions for joint exploration have begun.
Making excuses is part of human nature. But here's why Trump's "rigged election" claims are likely to backfire, says Notre Dame Professor J. Michael Crant.
Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson walked away from finance to launch Stash, which demystifies investing.
Sears' Kmart on Friday responded to reports that the fifth-largest U.S. toymaker has suspended shipments to its stores ahead of the critical holiday season.
This major retailer is committed to manufacturing in the U.S. and investing in new jobs.
Upward pressure on the Fed with rising inflation expectations paints a better picture for 2017, strategist Jim Paulsen says.
Earnings results tend to beat quarter after quarter, but that's because there is a consistent trend in lower and lower earnings forecasts.
Strategist Tom Lee is advising clients buy a group of out-of-favor stocks to capitalize on a year-end rally.
The jokes took on a dark edge when Trump got serious and and appeared to attack Clinton with serious intent, NBC News reports.
Steve Ballmer responds to speculation he and fellow billionaire Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal were looking to make a bid.
Ryan Reed was told he would never race again. He didn't let that stop him.
CNBC's Jim Cramer praised Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Friday after the company hit an all-time high following an earnings beat on Thursday afternoon.
Corporate profits are falling after years of growth. Here's why that's not so bad this time around, says Gad Levanon of The Conference Board.
Jefferies cites the prospect of lower earnings due to increased promotional discounting.
Here's what WikiLeaks' email excerpts prove about Hillary Clinton and those Wall Street speaking fees, says Lanny Davis.