Wall Street — and the stock market — may now be comfortable with the idea of a Hillary Clinton victory, but her policies could be negative for many companies.
That's how much of the $51 trillion in company debt is coming due between now and 2021, according to fresh data from S&P Global Ratings.
The parent company of Google reported earnings and revenue that beat analyst expectations on Thursday.
These are rotten times for farmers growing processed tomatoes as oversupply and weak demand have pushed prices lower.
Even if the Russian email hacking story dies down by Friday, Trump will have his Twitter account ready to stir the pot, says Jake Novak.
After rising just over a decade ago to its highest level ever, the homeownership rate fell in the second quarter to match its all-time low.
Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, joins CNBC's Rick Santelli to discuss Federal Reserve monetary policy.
This Japanese gadget attaches to any pair of glasses and allows its users to take a photo just by intentionally blinking or winking. It's much cheaper than Google Glass.
With this report, the three biggest tech companies which rely on ad revenue to drive their businesses have delivered mixed results.
A look at 1995 gives us a lesson about what the future could bring for the market, according to Chris Verrone of Strategas Research Partners.
Democratic donors are sounding the alarm about Donald Trump's failure thus far to release his tax returns.
With Alphabet's earnings report on the horizon, its dominant online-video platform YouTube has big shoes to fill.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, we looked at what happens after FANG stocks rose 5 percent or more in a month.
Avenue Capital CEO Marc Lasry wants to do his part to help, but believes there should be limits on political donations.
Donald Trump's pick of Mike Pence as his running mate may hurt his fundraising with Wall Street and the corporate world.
The company's new tool will give small companies a quick, easy way to evaluate group plan costs.
Some of the banks could be broken up, but it may not be Washington that makes it happen.
BB&T Securities said it will layoff at least 61 people as it exits the equity research business and makes other changes at its securities unit.
Whole Foods Market shares fell more than 8 percent, as investors worried about the tough competition it faces.
Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research tells CNBC's Squawk Alley why the markets are dictating when the Fed will raise rates.