Whether you're bullish or bearish on Apple, it could be time to express your thesis in the options market.
Michael Bloomberg has stated for the first time that he is considering a run for US president, according to the Financial Times.
Businessman Donald Trump said stock markets are in a bubble and that he would stop corporate tax inversions if elected president.
In a year that looks increasingly dismal for stock market returns, companies may have to come to their own rescue.
European banks are facing potential asset sales to shore up capital against a rising tide of bad energy loans.
Jim Cramer goes down his checklist of events that must occur before stocks can bottom and even adds a new step to it.
Beyonce's newest song "Formation" is doing more than racking up views on YouTube. It's increasing traffic at Red Lobster.
One of the most talked about ad campaigns on Twitter was a company that opted not to advertise during the Super Bowl.
The FBI confirmed on Monday that its investigation connected to Hillary Clinton’s private email server continues. MSNBC reports.
Worsening prospects are finally prompting shareholders to question the rosy adjusted-earnings scenarios often touted for tech companies.
Starbucks has launched a molten chocolate beverage trio in celebration of Valentine's Day.
U.S. markets mounted a late-day climb Monday, leading "Fast Money" traders to believe some stocks may have reached a bottom.
The financial sector has been slipping, but this analyst is bullish on the sector.
Shares of the company were halted over eight times on Monday amid earlier claims that Chesapeake had hired restructuring attorneys.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer revealed what stocks can be bought into weakness in a tough market.
Monday was another down day, but some strategists suggest that instead of panic-selling everything, investors should stay calm.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Verizon Communications, who shed light on the company's interest in Yahoo.
Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC he expects short-term volatility to fester until oil prices and China's currency stabilize.
Gold is on a tear in 2016, but it may take a rally to this level before investors believe a bullion bull is for real this time.
Nearly 85 percent of the S&P 500 is in a correction or worse, and one technician says losses could accelerate.