Federated Investors' Steve Chiavarone believes there's nothing on the horizon that suggests a recession will hit U.S. stocks. » Read More
In a blog post released Friday, Robinhood's founders acknowledged that its new plan, which aimed to offer no-fee checking and savings accounts with no minimums, ATM fees, penalty charges or foreign transaction fees, "may have caused some confusion." » Read More
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Adobe and Costco are ripe for a rebound.
Jim Cramer zooms through his responses to callers' stock questions about various sectors in "bear market mode."
Jim Cramer sits down with Starbucks President and CEO Kevin Johnson and Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi to discuss the importance of company culture and their new partnership.
Jim Cramer argues that the stock market's bearish downturns shouldn't stop investors from doing some cautious buying of high-quality stocks.
Jim Cramer laments the state of the stock market as he looks ahead to a pivotal week during which the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates.
The report and subsequent stock drop seem like an overreaction to a narrow set of information based on the Missouri court verdict, fueled by a group of plaintiff attorneys, and pursuing 9,000 additional cases against the company.
Stocks in the financials sector had a tough day on Friday, falling into bear-market territory as a tumultuous week on Wall Street came to an end.
Investors sold off shares of Johnson & Johnson on Friday after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos, an allegation J&J has denied.
Thoma Bravo has approached TPG to buy its stake in McAfee
Investors just pulled money out of stocks at a record pace and, if history is any indication, equities could struggle before recovering.
"Texas is the Alabama when it comes to recruiting in college football. We get to pick the 5-star recruit companies that are coming to the Lone Star State," Abbott says.
The plunge in Johnson & Johnson's stock price following a report suggesting the company knew about asbestos in its baby powder is overdone and "excessive," Wells Fargo said Friday.
UBS says Robinhood's new accounts with an eye-popping interest rate are "skirting very close to actual banking and therefore could draw regulatory scrutiny."
The market is ending a wild 2018 with an even wilder December. The options market is warning that these wild swings could stick around.
Shares of the transportation company lost nearly a quarter of their value on Thursday after a negative report by a short-seller, but they are on the rebound Friday after the company said it would buy back $1 billion.
SIPC President and CEO Stephen Harbeck tells CNBC he has serious concerns about the plan, and contacted the Securities and Exchange Commission's trading and markets division about it.