The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on media stocks amid merger talks between Time Warner and AT&T.
Earnings, U.S. data and Fed speak due in coming days could help add confidence to a picture of moderate growth and an end to the earnings recession.
The third-quarter earnings season is off to a positive start. Here are five stocks that could continue the trend.
Apple claims that nearly 90 percent of Apple-branded items on Amazon are actually fake, according to a federal lawsuit Apple filed against a New Jersey company on Monday.
The tech giant filed a lawsuit against Mobile Star for selling counterfeit Apple chargers and cables on Amazon.
CNBC looks at a high-profile members of RE100, an initiative made up of some of the planet's biggest businesses committed to clean energy.
UBS says iPhone 7 interest in China is "tepid."
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the WikiLeaks dump of Hillary Clinton insider emails with insight on the candidate's apparent position on encryption.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, addresses recent penalties levied against Apple and Deutsche Bank.
WikiLeaks emails seemed to show that the Clinton campaign reached out to Apple and Google to vet statements on encryption.