The economic impact of an Amtrak shutdown would mean more than an inconvenience for commuters. Its may affect the larger economy.
Cosi stock is down sharply Wednesday after a bad case of divine intervention.
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Apple should take the opportunity to acquire GoPro now, said Ross Gerber, CEO and president of Gerber Kawasaki, on Wednesday.
A rally in oil prices would not only prop up energy companies but also lift other markets in need of a boost, one expert said.
Top technician Rich Ross explains why the fourth quarter could mean a massive rally for crude and oil stocks.
Lumber Liquidators shares jumped after it said it would pay $10 million in fines and settle federal charges.
A company statement listed a stake in Hua Xia Bank, litigation provisions and impairment of goodwill as factors in the expected charges.
If oil has bottomed, certain Canadian energy stocks could offer some of the highest returns on the recovery.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on Glencore's lenders and US bank exposure.
The market could rally on earnings, John Carey said. However, Dave Ellison sees three big challenges for the market and corporations.
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A merger of Anheuser-Busch Inbev and SABMiller would not spell doom for Corona seller Constellation Brands, its CEO said.
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President Barack Obama has apologized to Doctors Without Borders for the U.S. air attack that hit the group's medical clinic in Afghanistan.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said she does not support a key trade deal backed by the Obama administration.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made Skyworks Solutions one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.
Despite the decrease in value of used cars, Volkswagen revealed Thursday that its U.S. sales rose 0.6 percent in September.
In 23 years selling Volkswagens, Steve Kalafer reckons he has never seen anything as bad as the German automaker's rigging of emissions tests.
Be careful whom you connect with on LinkedIn, NBC News reports.