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Whether it's the U.S.-China trade dispute, Trump's reported wish to withdraw from NATO, or the government shutdown threatening the world's biggest economy, it'll be hard to avoid discussing Trump at the Davos.
Jack Bogle's low-cost index fund innovation upended Wall Street and includes a counter-intuitive lesson. Americans have long been taught that paying more means getting more, but in investing, it's mediocrity (the average return) that is the best bet.
Jack Bogle, the founder of index fund giant Vanguard Group, died Wednesday, Jan. 16. He left a warning. He was concerned that big passive fund managers were gaining too much control over the voting shares of U.S. corporations.
Jim Cramer looks ahead at a busy week of earnings reports that he says might drive investors crazy.
Disney reported losses of more than $1 billion tied to its ownership of Hulu and BAMtech, which powers ESPN+ and other streaming services.
Most Wall Street analysts dramatically slash their price targets on Apple after the iPhone maker's reduced guidance.
Unfairness in the workforce is symptomatic of the same cultural issues that continue.
Tesla shares took a big hit to end the week after CEO Elon Musk announced that the company would cut 7 percent of its workforce. Five experts weigh in on what's next.
Former Vanguard Group Chairman and CEO F. William McNabb's first, and most impactful, meeting with Vanguard founder Jack Bogle was an interview for a product manager position in the 401k business in 1986.
As the earnings season continues to turn up big winners, Morgan Stanley offers its high conviction trades.
The secret to outperforming the market in a downturn is to buy stocks that have "low and slow" characteristics — lower multiples and higher returns relative to the S&P 500 and trades that are less crowded, according to AB Bernstein.
Despite Netflix's mixed quarter, many analysts raise price targets and remain bullish on international growth.
Job cuts at Tesla are not quite the bad news as first seemed, analysts at Jefferies and Oppenheimer say.
A top analyst for Apple reviews his biggest concerns over the stock.
China has offered a six-year boost in imports during its ongoing talks with the U.S., officials familiar with the matter told CNBC.
Share of Vans' parent company jumped in trading Friday after the apparel company reported strong growth in its Vans and The North Face brands and increased its full-year outlook.