Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA, joins CNBC's Mike Santoli for an in-depth discussion on investing.
Shell needs to be competitive at every oil price level, CEO Ben van Beurden said.
"Do you want to give his name? We'll destroy his career," Trump told an irked sheriff.
Japan's government is pushing companies and investors to hand over details of their U.S. investment plans, the FT reports.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, pressured by sluggish demand and evidence of a burgeoning revival in U.S. shale production.
A third of people either thought Obamacare and the ACA are different policies or didn't know if they were, a new survey found.
Dodd-Frank clogs the arteries of capitalism and needs to go, says Rep. Jeb Hensarling.
CEO Kevin Plank tells CNBC not to count out the sportswear company yet.
Bolstering Apple's video content is no side project— it boosts Apple's fastest growing segment.
Democrats protested Betsy DeVos on the Senate floor overnight in a last-minute bid to block her confirmation.
After a great 2016 for commodities, fresh money has been flowing into the space. Does that portend a great 2017 or could it signal a top?
The Supreme Court justice cautions that there is a difference between having a skill and being a true professional.
The market has priced in the potential positives coming from President Trump, but very little of the negatives, Ernesto Ramos says.
GM may have beat in earnings, but its stock is still trading 5 percent lower today because of investors' international trading concerns.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings plummeted in aftermarket trading after the company posted earnings that missed analyst expectations.
Health insurance marketplaces run by individual states, as opposed to the federal government, are on track to see enrollment rise slightly.
The United States Army Corps of Engineers said it intends to grant an easement needed to complete the disputed Dakota Access pipeline.
The author of "Organizational Alpha" believes hedge funds are missing their bogies because the industry has gotten smarter, not dumber.
Symbolic goods are for sale everywhere from Amazon to Walmart.