The U.S. economy may have added more jobs than expected in January, but ...
Apple announced one of its largest investments ever—a $2 billion global command center in Mesa, Arizona.
Forget the oddsmakers, if you really want to know who's going to win the big game, break out your copy of Madden.
Cases of measles are still rising among the unvaccinated, whom officials warn will almost certainly be infected if they are exposed to the disease.
New England Patriots versus Seattle Seahawks are evenly matched in this super bowl, based on an aggregation of sports prediction methods
Bettors will be trying to cash in on hundreds of weird bets tied to the Super Bowl. Did someone mention a Punxsutawney Phil?
CNBC's Robert Frank provides a preview of the first big car auction in 2015 from the Barrett-Jackson car show in Scottsdale, Arizona.
President Obama's executive action on immigration may make it tougher for American farmers to fill labor needs.
"The Interview" may be coming soon to a theater near you after all.
Washington is scrutinizing the "blackout rule" that restricts broadcasts for NFL games that fail to sell out.
In the long bumpy road toward the F-35 fighter's deployment, nothing may be stranger than the story about hot fuel.
An executive from Japan's Takata Corp told U.S. senators on Thursday that the company may not be able to move quickly enough with air bag fixes.
Arizona is suing General Motors for an estimated $3 billion over its ignition recall. Tom Horne, Arizona Attorney General, says General Motors had information about ignition problems and did not reveal them to the public.
Buyout firms KKR & Co LP and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC (CD&R) have teamed up to take PetSmart Inc private for more than $7.5 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Guernsey's will be auctioning off items from musician Waylon Jennings' collection including Willie Nelson's braids.
Dancing with drag queens or indulging in cuisine from war zones are just a couple of off-the-mark dining attractions one can experience in the U.S.
A broker tells CNBC that he's "excited about the Phoenix market for an important reason: It's stable."
The "new economy" has transformed how states conduct business, both with each other and the broader global marketplace.
The Grand Canyon state offers a growing and independent workforce and good access to capital. But, its the education system is ranked last.
While high commercial real estate rents can impede a state's growth, they can also exemplify the value of a location.