Today's Business News and Opinion
Shareholders vote in favor of the proposed purchase as Perrigo continues to push back against the unsolicited offer.
Speaking from the Federal Reserve's symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyo., several Fed bank presidents discussed whether they'll boost interest rates in September. The consensus: Reply hazy, ask again later.
Diamond Offshore is surging and is set up well for even more upside.
There will never be another Warren Buffett. But there will eventually be another chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, the one-time hedge fund Buffett turned into an operating colossus.
Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale is struggling to stay alive, even while its former rivals stage comebacks.
The stock market won't find its footing until after the Federal finally raises rates, says Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at financial services and forex specialty firm Oanda.
It's impossible to wish Warren Buffett a happy 85th birthday without considering his sprawling empire and the mind-boggling dollar values. Here's a visual to help.
Pharmaceutical stocks were not immune to the recent market sell off, presenting buying opportunities for investors. Here's eight companies with upcoming events to drive their stocks even higher.
Football season is about to kick off, but too many fantasy football players kick in too much cash to play.
Apple's iPhone, Boeing planes and GM cars are selling well in China, showing bets by U.S. companies on the world's second-largest economy are paying off even with market slumps.
These backpacks pack plenty of innovative features into stylish accessories, with one even approved by The American Chiropractic Association.
Some say Steve Ballmer is crazy to pass up $60 million a year from Fox to broadcast Clippers' games - maybe crazy like a fox.
A host of analysts make their recommendations on where to invest now.
The collective 'wisdom of the crowds' on Twitter can beat Wall Street in predicting corporate earnings and helping you make smart stock trades, a new report says.
A Delaware judge ruled the executives violated their duty of loyalty by providing false projections, which allowed the CEO to buy the company at a lower price.
When volatility seems to come in unrelenting streams, even the bravest investor can get nervous. Here's how to avoid needless loss and keep from making a fear-driven mistake.
In times of volatility, stocks with abundant cash, such as those within the health care, technology and financial services sectors, present buying opportunities.
Is it smart to follow the smart money in this case? Let's see what our algorithmic ratings tool says.
The small North Carolina bank is an underperformer that activist shareholders say won't be able to solve its problems on its own. But it has plenty to offer potential acquirers.
Many travel hot spots and cruise lines offer special amenities for seniors who have limited mobility.
After a long retreat, Chevron stock is showing signs of mounting a rebound.
The global economy may be frail. But the U.S. stands strong. The recent correction is just a blip in the bull market.
Will trouble in Europe mean a dip in Google's stock?
U.S. stock futures are lower, indicating that trading on Friday could begin weaker following two big days of gains on Wall Street.
Shares of telecommunications companies saw mixed results on an upbeat day for the U.S. financial markets.
How will this information affect the Federal Reserve. Cramer weighs in.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index surges for a second consecutive day, gaining 2.5%.
The sixth generation of BMW's flagship will arrive in October. Dealers will be working hard to explain all the features.
Speculating about the timing of the next Federal Reserve interest rate hike is likely to reach a fever pitch over the next few days.
Use 'other peoples money' for this Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF's call-back spread.
Skinny TV bundles are making a play for the consumer. But lack of channel selection needs to be overcome for wide consumer acceptance.
John-Paul Smith, who predicted Russia's stock market crash in 1998, tells investors to flee emerging markets. 'Hold cash,' says the former Deutsche Bank analyst.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said he will be watching the personal income and personal consumption data due out Friday for a simple reason: It's important to the Federal Reserve.
Amazon's Fire Phone has been almost a complete waste of money for the company, as it expands more and more into hardware. Where'd it go wrong?
The CNBC 'Fast Money' traders talk about a possible rate hike, the 8.5% rally in oil prices and what investors should do now that stocks are flat on the week.
High-powered assault rifles aren't the only slow-selling products the retail giant should be taking off its shelves and floors.
Amazon is reportedly cutting back on its consumer devices efforts, but that doesn’t mean hardware isn't still very important for the company.
From oil to corn, commodity prices have collapsed in the past year. Scott Colyer of Advisors Asset Management, says that's why it's time to pick up energy and mining stocks.
The whiplash seen in stocks over the last week means your retirement savings strategy needs a little extra care.
If you think that a significant market decline must be followed by a recession, you haven't been reading your history.
Jim Cramer said he expects an interest rate hike, he's bullish on housing-related stocks, was wrong about Twitter and doesn't expect much M&A yet among oil-related companies.
Forget all the noise about whether the Fed will postpone hiking interest rates. The central bank must raise rates to stay in sync with the market.
Apple has just sent out invites for its upcoming Sept. 9 event, with the tagline 'Hey Siri, give us a hint.'
Inflation is in the spotlight as Federal Reserve officials and central bankers from around the world gather for an annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Approving both the Biomarin and Sarepta drugs for Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most politically expedient decision the FDA can make.
History is about to repeat for the U.S. stock market and investors.
He recommends that retail investors take a wait-and-see approach.
The U.S. stock market has now erased all of its losses for the week, which is Wall Street's way of saying "never mind."
History says that consumer spending in the U.S. "barely broke stride" during stock market fluctuations, with current opportunity in retail stocks exposed to the "strengthening" U.S. housing market, Oppenheimer said.
Despite swings in the likes of Apple, tech stocks are expected to come back off of the mat.