Tesla heads into its earnings report out after the bell Wednesday trading at its lowest level in six months. One strategist says it should get even worse for the electric car maker. » Read More
By: CNBC.com staff
The Wall Street adage "Sell in May and go away" resonates with investors, as stocks tend to underperform in summer. However, over the past three decades there has been one sector that has had a strong track record of gains from May through October. » Read More
By: Yun Li
Stocks have come all the way back, ending one of their fastest round trips in history. Here are the front-runners in this epic comeback. » Read More
By: Hugh Son
Executives across Wall Street, from J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon to Goldman Sachs head David Solomon, have said that hiring and promoting women and minorities is a priority. » Read More
Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, told CNBC the report was "100% not true."
A bidding war breaks out in the energy patch as Occidental Petroleum offers a $57 billion deal for Anadarko, outbidding Chevron.
Goldman Sachs underscored its lukewarm thesis on Apple and said it believes the company will ship fewer iPhones than Wall Street expects.
Apple shares are trading above their average price target, but analysts are still the most bearish they've been on the stock in 15 years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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Domino's Pizza on Wednesday reported quarterly earnings topped analysts' expectations but sales fell short.
We all make errors, yet there are a few bad habits the super-rich tend to avoid. Here are some money missteps to watch out for.
Ned Davis Research's Ed Clissold sees the market grinding higher as more earnings reports beat analyst estimates.
Jim Cramer explains why investors should stick with PepsiCo for the long term, especially after the company's blowout quarter.
Jim Cramer takes calls and gives his thoughts about different stocks in lightning speed.
The toymaker saw its franchise brands, emerging brands, and gaming business grow in the second quarter and is focused on digital gaming expansion.
"Days like today remind us that short-sellers can serve as rocket fuel for a bull market," Jim Cramer says.
The U.S. may be backing itself into a corner, the commodities watcher says.
Wall Street is about to get its first glimpse at how Boeing has weathered its 737 Max crisis. Overlook any near-term weakness, says Mark Tepper.
Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo says shareholders need to hold State Street's top executives accountable for weak results