Although the growth in CEO compensation slowed last year, the pay numbers are still eye-popping. The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares the industrial stocks to watch amid China's slowdown.
The transition from serving in the U.S. Armed Forces to working in the private sector can be a difficult one.
As the Chinese government forges ahead on a multibillion-dollar effort to blanket the country with surveillance cameras, one American company stands to profit: Bain Capital, the private equity firm founded by Mitt Romney.
Dave Cote, Honeywell chairman & CEO, discusses the company's solid double-digit gains and how strong demand for aircraft components will help its full year earnings, with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.
Here is the "Mad Money" host's "Game Plan" for the week of Monday, March 5.
Americans are facing a "savings gap" and need an investment strategy with a "time horizon that is not a day, not a month, not even a year," BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink told CNBC Wednesday.
While this week’s rise toward 13,000 may be reminiscent of April 2007, today’s Dow Jones Industrial Average is quite different in composition than the average that hit that level nearly five years ago.
Stocks finished mixed Friday, as investors digested a handful of tepid earnings and economic reports in addition to ongoing jitters in the euro zone. The S&P and Nasdaq posted their fourth weekly gains, while the Dow finished in negative territory for the week.
Following are moves you might have missed. Find out why shares of D.R. Horton and Honeywell popped while Illumina and Altria dropped.
U.S. stock index futures retreated Friday, erasing their early gains, after the GDP report showed the economy grew less than expected in the fourth-quarter.
Honeywell International, weighed down by pension-related costs, posted a loss for the fourth quarter, but beat Wall Street expectations when one-time costs are removed.
Fourth quarter GDP data Friday should show the best growth pace in nearly two years as well as provide some insights into first quarter growth.
Honeywell CEO David Cote wants President Obama to talk about the national debt and how he'll shrink it during the State of the Union address later Tuesday, he told CNBC.
One of my concerns is over the last 20 years we have gone from a global economy that had a billion active participants to having 4 billion participants and we still act like we did 20 years ago, says David Cote, Honeywell International Chairman & CEO., who adds, there are many issues that need to be addressed, including energy policy, infrastructure, education and handling debt.
The "Mad Money" host goes through what earnings reports he plans to monitor next week.
Even though the market will likely continue to climb, it may not be wise to participate in it. Here’s why.
The "Mad Money" host explains how investors can improve their chances of making money in any market.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at why identifying strong long-term outlooks can be the key to identifying names with upside.
The “Mad Money” host goes one-on-one with Honeywell’s Chairman and CEO David Cote.