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Jim Cramer surveyed the consumer products space to find which stocks could satiate your portfolio’s appetite.
Wednesday is the big day for Brexit, but traders are more concerned about what is going on in Washington.
Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on JP Morgan's bullish call that Estee Lauder stock is headed for $100.
Jim Cramer separated bearish worries about Washington and consumer spending from reality.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Cisco is planning to start selling some networking software in a way that doesn't force clients to buy its hardware, according to The Information.
Immigrants are responsible for nearly half the population growth of the United States, and by extension they are a sizable part of workforce growth.
On Tuesday the Dow Jones industrial average ended an eight-day losing streak, on the heels of an upbeat consumer confidence report.
Investors looking to get into the energy space should look no further than natural gas, trader Roberto Friedlander told CNBC.
Facebook has taken its most aggressive steps yet to counter Snapchat's popularity among teens.
Red Hat reported earnings after the bell on Monday.
Buffalo Wild Wings has hired an investment banking firm to assist in the refranchising of 10 percent of company-owned restaurants.
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President Trump signed an executive order to roll back environmental regulations, but it won't bring back coal jobs, Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth says.
The White House is preparing two executive orders that would put the president's trade agenda into motion, according to an administration official.
Top CEO coach Kim Scott explains when and how to let someone go.
Those who made sector-level bets as a result of Trump’s electoral triumph have been sorely disappointed.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is expected to veto expansion of Medicaid in Kansas, but advocates could have better luck elsewhere.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday aimed at scaling back key parts of Barack Obama's efforts to fight climate change.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer made his comments in an exclusive interview on CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Tuesday.
On the black market, a dollar can fetch around 3,000 bolivars because the country's official rates do not fill the demand for the U.S. currency.
"I hope she testifies. I look forward to it," White House spokesman Sean Spicer says.
Proposed regulation would help investment advisors sniff out suspicious financial activity, although its fate is uncertain.
Snap's marketing savvy, creativity and understanding of its users will help it weather the Facebook onslaught, Rahul Sood tells CNBC.
The GOP health-care bill's defeat removes some uncertainty for insurers as they prepare to determine rates for 2018, but unresolved legal issues remain.
Toy companies are lining up to offer kids fun ways to learn coding and other valuable tech skills.
Americans haven't felt this good about the job market since 2001, a new stat shows.
AI, robots and automation could replace humans in the food services industry "by the mid [2020s]," Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed told CNBC on Tuesday.
Firefighters responded to a fire in a generator in New York's Chelsea neighborhood on the roof of Chelsea Market.
The two stock classes would give investors more choices, Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn tells CNBC.
Hong Kong-traded Tencent, best known for its WeChat messaging app, disclosed in a Tuesday filing that it's taken a 5 percent stake in Tesla.
House Republican leaders last week canceled a planned vote on their Obamacare replacement because of opposition by members of their own party.
One expert surveyed more than 200 wealthy people to discover what sets them apart.
When OPEC points at U.S. oil producers, it always blames the shale drillers for oversupplying the world market.
Amazon is testing a service for Prime members that provides free pickup of fresh grocery items in as quickly as 15 minutes.