NEW YORK, April 18- Sears Holdings Corp sued longtime former chairman Eddie Lampert, his hedge fund ESL Investments and others like Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, claiming they illegally siphoned billions of dollars of assets from the retailer before it went bankrupt. Others sued include ESL President Kunal Kamlani; Bruce Berkowitz and his Fairholme...
Netflix's stock is "one of the great winners of all time," says one analyst.
Disney's stock surged after the company introduced Disney+, a streaming platform and Netflix competitor.
Throughout his career, Tony Robbins has had the opportunity to interview some of the smartest investors on the planet. And what they tell him over and over is that when it comes to investing, our own brain can be our biggest liability.
If you don't prioritize it now, you'll regret it by age 50.
One of them is a "visionary" 800-page sci-fi novel.
The company reported better-than-expected earnings Friday.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett gave Yahoo Finance his thoughts on Elon Musk's job as Tesla CEO.
Jim Cramer explains why the banking sector will set the tone when they kick off earnings season on Friday.
Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the American dream was "dying until President Donald Trump was inaugurated" in 2017.
What truly makes this book so brilliant (apart from its wonderful prose) is that it can appeal to readers who aren't even interested in the world of Wall Street.
"That's really the test," the billionaire says.
Americans have a shorter average life expectancy — 79.3 years — than almost all other high-income countries.
Not all millionaires live a lavish, jet-setting lifestyle.
Fred Lane, Raymond James managing partner, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss on Warren Buffett's advice to Wells Fargo as the bank starts the search for its new CEO.
Brian Windhorst of ESPN joins "Power Lunch" to discuss his new book "LeBron, Inc." and LeBron James' business successes.
The modern version of capitalism isn't working, according to a group of billionaires who benefited from it.
"The American dream is lost."
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett has called on Wells Fargo to look beyond Wall Street for its next CEO. The legendary investor says doing so may draw less scrutiny from Congress. The "Squawk Box" crew discusses the merits of the staffing strategy as well as potential candidates for the job.