Samuel Merksamer represented billionaire investor Carl Icahn on several corporate boards.
President Trump helped boost the stock market with his promises of pro-growth policies, but now the market is looking for him to deliver.
See which stocks are making big moves after the bell.
Shares of AmTrust Financial Services dropped to their lowest in more than two years after the company said it found errors in its financial statements.
Rising tensions between Trump and the Fed have traders scratching their heads.
Just as Washington is gearing up to goose the economy, the Fed could be teeing up a rate increase that could put a damper on things.
Shares of Armstrong World Industries soared more than 11 percent after the company gave full-year guidance above analyst expectations.
The CNBC IQ 100 Index is whipping the S&P 500, and it just added a surprising stock: Target. The retailer is more innovative than Google.
To maintain confidence, Trump will need to avoid some of the haphazardness he has displayed during the early days of his presidency.
While investors have mostly focused on U.S. and European politics, Barclays said signs of economic growth in China has supported markets globally.
Exelixis says it will evaluate its cancer drug Cabometyx with Opdivo, Bristol's PD-1 immune checkpoint inhibitor.
Shares of Martin Marietta Materials, Vulcan Materials and Nucor rose after Trump announced plans to increase defense spending by $54 billion.
Shares of Sotheby's climbed more than 15 percent to reach a 52-week intraday high Monday.
Shutterstock shares plunged after the photo and video company reported a fourth-quarter earnings and revenue miss on Monday.
It's time to challenge the infallibility of this retirement investment strategy, says American Funds' Tim Armour.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Oracle of Omaha offered up his latest advice on the U.S. economy and investing in Berkshire's annual report.
Investors are hopeful that Trump will wrap some details around tax reform and other programs when he speaks to Congress in the week ahead.
Warren Buffett joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday, February 27, to answer your questions.
The stock market may be signaling something is awry in the oil market.
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