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The United States and China are discussing a late March meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
JPMorgan Chase is tearing down walls and moving its San Francisco investment bankers onto "hot desks," a space-saving layout that has long been a fixture at tech companies, while redesigning offices in Dallas and other cities.
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Planet Fitness, a $5.7 billion gym operator, has a business model that resembles e-commerce giant Amazon's, according to Jefferies. The bank upgraded the stock to buy from hold.
FERC broke an impasse over how it assesses climate change impacts of LNG export terminals, potentially clearing the way for more projects.
Six analysts downgraded Kraft Heinz after the company's earnings report Thursday after the bell
The release of Warren Buffett's annual letter is clouded this year as investors confront an unpleasant last-minute surprise.
Morgan Stanley says Intel could get a boost from CEO Bob Swan's leadership.
The ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute has halted Chinese purchases of U.S. LNG and put a chill on some new American export terminals. It threatens to sideline billions in investment.
Are FANG stocks losing their luster? With the exception of Netflix, that basket of tech names has underperformed the market this month.
Jefferies upgrades Citigroup's stock to buy from hold, saying the bank is headed toward revenue growth this year, as well as added benefits from growth in Citi's Latin America business.
Just one chipmaker is negative for the year: Qualcomm. But the last time it traded at these levels it rallied 50 percent.
Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder letter is expected this Saturday, and investors are awaiting Warren Buffett's advice on mergers, buybacks and the economy.
Jim Cramer shares his philosophy on owning stocks and why it's important to do your homework.
Jim Cramer takes a stroll down memory lane to discuss how the Great Recession changed the mission of CNBC's "Mad Money with Jim Cramer."
Fidelity's operating income rose 19 percent last year, while revenue increased 12 percent to a record $20.4 billion.