Bonuses dropped 9 percent for the year as total industry profitability fell 10.5 percent, according to New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
Less than half of American businesses have adopted the credit card chip technology that was all the rage in the fall of 2015.
Each year, the world's airport trade association conducts extensive passenger surveys to find out which travel hubs do customer service best.
The rise of firebrand political outsiders traces its roots to some of the details that can be found in each month's payrolls release.
Big banks and automakers have ramped up lending, allowing borrowers to take on more debt to buy new and used cars.
The Fed's more than seven-year quest to generate inflation has started to bear some fruits, but likely too few to spur a policy change.
Okay I'm going to take some time off. But before I go I figured I'd empty out the mail bag.
"Trump" in a headline pulls in more traffic than the average news headline. That's something I've gleaned over the years of watching Internet traffic in and out of various pages.
Here's another business news item for my collection of really important stuff that no one will read about: the yield curve.
There's going to be some amount of bias in any sort of journalistic endeavor. Admitting that in the first place is a good way to work against it.
Investors’ shifting tastes mean private equity firms will probably have to pony up more cash to get buyouts completed.
The recent stock rally and mildly encouraging economic data have investors feeling a little braver.
The news out of China, bad or good, just doesn't seem to have as much bite anymore.
A technical expert analyzes the NASDAQ with two different levels of technical analysis to provide a better understanding of the index's activity.
This is an unofficial, uncorrected transcript of Warren Buffett's live appearance on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Mon., Feb. 29, 2016.
Hedge fund managers may have to face some upheaval in their industry this year.
Despite factors that might otherwise suggest a good year for stock pickers, the early returns are not encouraging.
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett tells CNBC that employees of all Berkshire companies are eligible to play "the ultimate office bracket contest."
Billionaire Warren Buffett expounded on a number of subjects in an appearance on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
National security matters should supersede privacy, Warren Buffett tells CNBC.
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