Mylan CEO testified before a House panel that EpiPen prices went up because of investing upgrades, according to NBC.
The difference between August 2016 and September 2016 is that in the latter, the market took bigger steps on the road to nowhere.
An interesting maneuver can allow traders to double the income they make from holding the tech giant.
Jim Cramer shares the stocks and events on his radar next week.
Shares of Deutsche Bank were leaping in New York trade Friday, but there's reason to be skeptical about a settlement being cited.
Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC Deutsche Bank's recent volatility should serve as a warning of the danger of dilution and continuous liquidity.
The two stories, at the crux of the financial crisis, are important to understanding why the market freaks out every time a bank hits rough waters.
Paul Meeks explains why he's selling out of NXP Semiconductors, one of his top picks for CNBC PRO's Platinum Portfolio.
Hurricane Matthew has rapidly strengthened into a powerful Category 4 storm, and a hurricane watch has now been issued for Jamaica.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com shorts the IWM, the ETF tracking small-cap stocks.
If history repeats, stocks could be in for a sweet end to the year.
While the Fed appears to be floating the idea of buying equities in the future, two experts say they have concerns about such a plan.
A customer in France entered an Apple Store and calmly smashed devices in front of staff and customers, The Verge reports.
The "Fast Money" traders debated whether there's still opportunity in the retail sector as the key ETF gained about 1.5 percent on Friday.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks and how investors should be positioned for next week.
Wells Fargo faces possible bans from doing business with the city of Chicago and the state of Illinois in the wake of its sales scandal.
A Washington, D.C., judge on Friday released video depositions of Donald Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., Buzzfeed reported.
There is a lot of headline risk in financials, but they look very cheap right now, JPMorgan's David Lebovitz told CNBC on Friday.
JPMorgan's David Lebovitz thinks there's risk of an inflation environment next year and that could leave the Fed behind the curve.