Sat, Aug 27, 2016, 7:51 PM AEST - Australia Markets closed
Alere fell 3 percent after it sued Abbott to compel it to get all antitrust approvals required to complete its $5.8 billion merger.
Pure Storage shares stumble intraday after soaring 13 percent premarket following earnings beat.
Cloud company Rackspace on Friday announced that it has entered into a $4.3 billion cash deal to become a private company.
Carl Icahn bought another 2.3 million shares of Herbalife and criticized Bill Ackman for obsessing over his short position in the company.
With a historic NBA Championship win and a successful Republican National Convention, the city of Cleveland has stepped into the spotlight.
Things like Mylan's EpiPen price hikes will keep happening unless these changes are made, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean says.
GOP nominee Donald Trump abandoned his mass deportation plan because it was just too costly – both politically and economically.
U.S. stocks traded mixed on Friday as investors digested remarks made by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
If the self-made billionaire could do it all over again, here's what he would tell his younger self.
Bond guru Bill Gross tells CNBC he's disappointed that the Fed may consider buying other asset classes if there's another recession.
Snapchat announced a partnership with the NFL on a sponsored lens, which allows users to superimpose an NFL helmet on photos of videos of themselves.
At Jackson Hole, Fed Chair Janet Yellen voiced optimism about the economy and an expectation that interest rate hikes are ahead.
Comedian Adam Carolla talks about a movie about patent trolls for which he was the inspiration. Here's why.
California is poised to join a handful of states that offer a retirement plan to people who don't have one at work. Here's what you need to know.
If you're on an iPhone, there's something you need to know.
As businesses and governments cut spending this spring, American consumers kept the U.S. economy moving ahead, but just barely.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer tells CNBC the decision on whether to hike interest rates should be looking forward not backward.
Yellen and Fischer's comments at Jackson Hole leave markets right where they started the session.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen signaled a rate hike could be coming this year, and markets stuck to the view that the most likely time is December.
Delinquencies in subprime auto loans are on the rise, and that could signal bad news for lenders and automakers.
The hedge fund billionaire tells CNBC the past 12 months were the "worst period of performance" of his career, and the implosion of Valeant was mostly to blame.
Aided by both Sears' demise and booming housing market, the growing appliance category hasn't gotten too crowded — yet.
Herbalife shareholder Bill Stiritz tells CNBC he still believes in the Herbalife business.
U.S. pizza sales are expected to top $44 billion this year as new establishments emerge to meet the demands of millennials.
European stocks seesawed in afternoon trade and closed higher as investors reacted to a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
The self-made millionaire says the best advice he's received in his career was about the importance of saving money.
Bill Ackman tells CNBC he was approached indirectly by Carl Icahn to purchase a stake in Herbalife — his longtime short target.
Taxpayers who attest to mitigating circumstances for missing the IRS' 60-day limit for tax-free 401(k) and IRA rollovers can now qualify for a waiver.
A measure of consumers' attitudes was slightly lower this month, as lower income households watched expenses, according to new data.
Wall Street banks get a lift from Janet Yellen's comments as the market begins to price in a near-term Fed rate hike.
Read Fed Chair Janet Yellen's full speech.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
But St. Louis Fed President James Bullard wouldn't be firm, saying he would like to raise rates on good economic news.
"I think the economy is on a good track," Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said, "the employment numbers show that."
The risk to markets Friday is that Fed Chair Janet Yellen simply sounds more ready than markets expect to raise rates for the second time in 10 years.