"It's financially insane to buy anything other than a Tesla," says the CEO of the electric auto maker.
The fed funds rate rate has inched up to its highest level in 11 years even though the central bank has sent said it is done tightening.
Trump, who previously called for a boycott against motorcycle company, said the EU tariffs have forced Harley to move jobs overseas.
The S&P 500 headed for a record close as Wall Street cheered strong quarterly profits from some of the largest publicly traded U.S. companies.
In a sign of how fast things are changing, two of the three finalists for World Car of the Year at the 2019 New York show are fully electric.
Starting in July, Kohl's will be accepting Amazon returns at all of its stores — more than 1,150 — across the country, hoping to drive more traffic.
This year's hot IPOs have one thing in common — they are all overpriced, according to NYU Stern professor Aswath Damodaran.
Wealthfront's high-yield cash account has attracted $1 billion from customers since launching in February.
Kushner declined to say if the plan would call for a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.
With Coca-Cola Coffee and its acquisition of Costa, Coke is making a big push into coffee this year.
"I just keep finding it's a three-ring circus with the guy. It's kind of annoying but he's exciting," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Twitter is partying hard on Tuesday. Even with those gains, the social stock still looks like a name with more upside to come to this technician.
The ubiquity of the Internet of Things, coupled with improvements in data analytics means insights are available to investors earlier than ever. Mainstream investors are noticing.
Global oil supplies are already tight. A hardline U.S. policy is leaving the market with little cushion to address output disruptions.
The FDA put Walgreens "on notice" in February, accusing the pharmacy chain of violating rules that prohibit selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to underage buyers.
The median salary for sales jobs is $41,790, but there are a plenty of roles that will earn you double that.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson became the highest-paid player in the National Football League earlier this month. Now, he's spreading the wealth to the players assigned with protecting him.
Today's retirees have high debts and low savings. Nobel laureate Richard Thaler thinks buying into an annuity-type program through the Social Security Administration can help solve that. But other experts are not so sure.
Craig Moffett, co-founder of boutique research firm MoffettNathanson, says spectrum is not sufficient enough in the United States.