The Brazil and Russian economies have been crushed by oil prices, political corruption and geopolitical risks. So why are their stocks on fire?
Corporate America saw two of its CEOs under fire this week on Capitol Hill, and management experts said their performances left a lot to be desired.
Tobacco stocks have been lighting up in the past year despite ongoing anti-smoking campaigns and proposed cigarette tax hikes in several states.
The optics of Mylan CEO Heather Bresch's use of a private jet to fly to her testimony before Congress may not have been ideal.
Mary Uhl-Bien, Neeley School of Business, comments on two high-profile hearings this week in Congress; Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf about the banks account scandal, and Mylan CEO Heather Bresch on the huge price hike in EpiPens.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including a semiconductor play on fire.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports Heather Bresch will be under fire today when she heads to Capitol Hill to face questions about raising the price of the company's life-saving EpiPens.
Paul Miller, FBR Capital Markets, discusses his buy rating on Wells Fargo and CEO John Stumpf's testimony over the fraudulent accounts scandal.
Wells Fargo Chairman & CEO John Stumpf testifies at the Senate Banking Committee over the fraudulent accounts scandal, answering questions from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) about his neglect to fire Carrie Tolstedt, employee who oversaw the massive fraud.
The BOJ has to regain market credibility and will likely cut negative rates and introduce an operation reverse twist, says UBP's Norman Villamin.