Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump also gave CNBC his thoughts on whom he might choose as his vice presidential running mate.
The middle class has been "absolutely forgotten," while the wealthy have done very well, Trump tells CNBC.
What's next for markets? Nothing too exciting, because positive factors outweigh negative ones — although not overwhelmingly.
Apple said Thursday morning that users were experiencing a problem with its App Store.
Amazon Web Service critics are "nontechnical people who don't really understand what AWS is," Chamath Palihapitiya says.
The number of Americans filing for benefits jumped last week, but the underlying trend continued to point to a strengthening labor market.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova bought shares of a pizza chain for his CNBC Pro model portfolio, which is currently up 13% on the year.
April was not a good month for L Brands, the company that owns Victoria's Secret, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson finds Harlem magical. And, he's betting 10,000 others will, too, at this year's Harlem EatUp! festival.
Americans' insatiable appetite for organic food has sparked a gold rush in this retail sector among entrepreneurs nationwide.
A luxury London apartment is a pipe-dream all but the very, very rich. However, for one person, this option could be available for free.
Kim Jong Un is preparing North Korea for a rare political gathering known as the party congress, where he could announce major changes.
Shares of Chesapeake gained more than 10 percent in early trading.
Deciding on going to business school? Billionaire Tilman Fertitta shares when a graduate degree makes sense and when it doesn't.
America's millionaires are more common than you think. Check to see how similar you are to them.
Despite saying that he'd provide "extraordinary proof" that he's the creator of bitcoin, Australian Craig Wright now says he won't.
The CFPB is proposing new rules on forced arbitration, which could be important if you have a beef with your bank or credit card issuer.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Jim Chanos joined CNBC Pro for an exclusive strategy session.
It's make-or-break for GoPro. That's how financial analysts covering the company now talk about its prospects after a nosedive in the stock price.
Low- and moderate-income black students who borrow to attend college have almost $8,000 more in debt than whites, a new study finds.