CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at the latest estimates for fourth quarter GDP.
Apple said it's on pace to beat last year's 10 million iPhone first-weekend record. The new iPhones go on sale September 25.
Yahoo's media unit is about to undergo a major shakeup and US tennis star Serena Williams lost this afternoon at the US Open.
General Electric is considering a sale of its asset management division to an investment management firm. GE Asset Management has $115 billion in assets as of Jun 30.
And Apple held its much-anticipated event today. The tech giant announced a number of new and updated products, including the iPhone 6s, a new Apple TV, the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil.
Verizon will launch a trial version of its new mobile video service, aiming to prove that telecom players can compete with mobile ad industry giants Google and Facebook.
The U.S. economy added 173,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to 5.1 percent in August. The report gave fuel to both sides of the rate hike debate.
New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady may have won a major victory, but the saga known as "deflategate" isn't over yet. The NFL plans to appeal a judge's ruling nullifying its four-game suspension of Brady.
Senator Barbara Mikulski declared support for the U.S.-led nuclear agreement with Iran, providing a crucial 34th vote to protect it from being killed by Republicans in Congress.
It was another tough session session on Monday as the Dow fell 470-points, the S&P and Nasdaq both finished down nearly 3%.
Oil prices surged nearly 9 percent to $49.90 a barrel, capping a three-day rally that added over 27 percent to the commodity price.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer told CNBC that it’s too early to determine if recent market turmoil has made a September rate hike more or less compelling.
Apple announced a September 9 event where it is expected to unveil new iPhones and potentially a new version of its Apple TV set-top box.
A man described as a disgruntled former colleague gunned down a reporter and a cameraman on live television this morning Virginia.
It was another historic day for the market as the Dow and S&P closed lower in their biggest reversal since October 2008.
The market moved more than 3,000 points today, in one of the most roller-coaster days many traders have ever seen.
The Dow fell 531 points and entered correction territory for the first time since 2011.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announces he will resign to pave the way for early elections.
Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle will plead guilty to charges related to child pornography and sexual conduct with minors.
NBCUniversal has agreed to make a $200 million equity investment in BuzzFeed.
The bull market is still in place and will be going strong for quite some time, says BMO's Brian Belski.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports that former cyclist Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay the government $5 million to settle doping fraud case.
CNBC's Closing Bell turned to mayors, CEOs and celebrities from those cities to make their pitch to Amazon and CNBC's audience.
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Jacob Frenkel, chairman of JPM International and Former Bank Of Israel governor, speaks with CNBC’s Sara Eisen at the IMF meeting in Washington.
Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari discusses the U.S. economy and markets with CNBC’s Steve Liesman.
Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari discusses the U.S. economy with CNBC’s Steve Liesman.