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Apple, even at a record high, looks far cheaper than the overall stock market.
In July, the veteran oil trader told investors in a letter that the global crude market had "materially worsened."
If the Model 3 fails to produce margins, Tesla could potentially be spending more than $1 billion a quarter, said an analyst.
This bullish strategist says a stock market correction has begun.
TreeHouse Foods stock fell nearly 12 percent after the company lowered its full-year guidance.
Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo is pioneering the leadership organization's push for STEM.
The media company beat earnings expectations on Thursday, but top line growth was not enough to satisfy the Street.
Senators Jeanne Shaheen and James Risch spoke on CNBC's Power Lunch about the need to return to bipartisanship in passing tax reform.
Nearly four years after release “Grand Theft Auto V” game's financial results continue to stun Wall Street.
President Donald Trump has touted the stock market rally. Can he claim credit for the rally? Partly.
Two significant Trump administration economic policy debates have been settled, according to White House budget director Mick Mulvaney.
Ride-sharing company Lyft's "Taco Mode" has rightfully drawn criticism, says driver Eric Larson.
If the technique works on humans, edited genes delivered through skin grafts could treat a wide range of conditions.
Sale prices of luxury homes in the second quarter of this year were up 7.5 percent from a year ago.
Vector Space Systems expects to finish suborbital testing by the second quarter of next year.
The Model 3 begins a new S-curve for the electric-car maker. But what is the S-curve, and how does it fit in with Musk's master plan?
Breakingviews says that Amazon and Google-parent Alphabet are trying to one-up Trump on jobs as people start blaming tech for killing jobs.
John Kelly will probably excel as White House chief of staff, and that's the problem, says Dustin McKissen.
What a difference a year has made when it comes to how President Donald Trump views the stock market.
Cambria's Meb Faber believes investors should expect meager returns in the coming years due to pricey equity valuations.