The major U.S. stock indexes fell sharply on Tuesday and turned negative for the year as a decline in Target shares pressured retailers, while the most popular technology stocks dropped again. » Read More
"If the Fed moves in December, you'll wish you sold at these prices," Jim Cramer says.
Bidding has begun for the 22 regional sports TV networks Disney acquired from 21st Century Fox.
Goldman Sachs is not feeling very bullish about stocks in 2019, according to its official outlook report to clients out this week.
Bitcoin hit its lowest point since September 2017 is now down roughly 30 percent for the week.
Walmart asked Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi on Tuesday to return its campaign donation after outrage from "Will and Grace" actress Debra Messing over the lawmaker's controversial comments about attending a hypothetical hanging.
Prudential Financial's Quincy Krosby has advice for investors: Let the stock market volatility work for you.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average may fall another 2,000 points, to below 23,000, before it hits another record, according to an increasing number of chief financial officers surveyed by CNBC in the fourth quarter.
If Whitaker is found to have been improperly appointed, the spillover effect could invalidate any official decisions he made while in his role – including decisions related to Mueller.
Target's investments in its supply chain weighed on profits, but the retailer says it's now "better positioned for this holiday season than ever before."
The Senate's top Democrat is asking the Justice Department's watchdog to open an investigation into communications between acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker and the White House.
The five "FAANG" stocks have collectively lost over $1 trillion in value from recent highs as of trading Tuesday.
Big banks have been snapping up fintech firms to better serve customers who have become accustomed to digital products.
Earlier this year, Target CEO Brian Cornell raved about the U.S. economy, saying it was one of the best he'd ever seen in his career.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced 24 recipients of $97.5 million in grants for their work in helping the homeless population. The announcement comes one week after Amazon's HQ2 announcement sparked fears around affordable housing displacement.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee told CNBC he remains bullish on bitcoin and bets on a recovery soon despite prices falling to more than one-year lows.
Apple is getting crushed again this week, but the long-term case still looks solid, says Oppenheimer's Ari Wald.
Corsi and other Stone associates have been targeted by Mueller as he investigates Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, as well as potential coordination between the Kremlin and people connected with the Trump campaign.
Austin "Morgausse" Etue practices Fortnite as many as 14 hours a day.
With interest rates rising and buyer incentives slowing, car shoppers should do some legwork to find the best deal possible.