April 23- Nasdaq Inc on Monday said it will ask regulators to let it give thinly-traded companies that list on its main U.S. stock exchange a choice as to whether their shares can be traded on other exchanges, with the aim of making it easier for investors to buy the stocks. He was taking part in a roundtable discussion hosted by the SEC in Washington on the topic of...
Ringing today's closing bells are AptarGroup President & CEO Stephan Tanda at the NYSE and ThirdFederal at the Nasdaq.
Discussing the current state of the markets with Doug Sandler, RiverFront Investment Group; Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
The yield on the 10-year has gone from a low at the start of January of 2.40 percent to within a whisker of 3 percent on Monday. The pace of that move should worry stock investors.
Gundlach's comments came from the sidelines of the Sohn Conference in New York.
Jeff Bezos would never have founded the e-commerce giant if Madoff hadn't been kicking his ass
Alcoa posted its worst day since 2009 after the U.S. Treasury Department issued a six-month reprieve on sanctions levied against a top Russian aluminum competitor.
Under Armour's "robust" international growth should help the athletic apparel retailer reach attainable earnings goals, according to Deutsche Bank.
Verizon shares should outperform the market in 2018 thanks to "any number of factors," Barclays says.
Goldman Sachs upgrades Merck to buy from neutral.
Ringing today's closing bells are Mr. Muneaki Tokunari, Group CFO, MUFG, at the NYSE and Level One Bancorp CEO Patrick Fehring at the Nasdaq.
Wells Fargo shares rise after the bank agrees to pay $1 billion to settle allegations from multiple regulators it engaged in lending abuses.
Amazon's burgeoning cloud computing platform and its central retail business should lead to a "steady and iterative" year for the company, according to Credit Suisse.
MKM Partners' Rob Sanderson upgrades Twitter to buy from neutral.
The union is part of a national wave of activism trying to get the firearms industry to improve gun safety and sales policies.
Ringing today's closing bells are American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK) Chairman George MacKenzie, at the NYSE, and National Geographic's Genius: Picasso, at the Nasdaq.
J.P. Morgan reportedly had to oust a security chief backed by Palantir after executives found out he was spying on them.
Allergan will not bid for Shire, according to sources close to the company.
The 50-inch-tall bronze statue of the girl with her hands on her hips drew praise and criticism.
Hedge-fund managers with high testosterone underperform those with low testosterone by 5.8 percent each year, according to a study.