LinkedIn's co-founder will rake in a multibillion-dollar check, but could owe the state of California roughly $370-million in taxes.
U.S. authorities said they had found no direct links between Islamic State and the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub.
Authorities working interviewing man from Indiana who told arresting officers that he was headed to a gay pride parade.
Symantec said it would buy privately held cybersecurity company Blue Coat for $4.65 billion in a cash deal.
U.S. telecommunications rivals Verizon and AT&T are set to go through to the third and final round of bidding in the auction for Yahoo's core assets.
An anonymous bidder has agreed to pay more than $3.4 million for a private lunch with billionaire Warren Buffett.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk hit out angrily on Twitter, claiming that most customer complaints about faulty suspension were "fraudulent."
CNBC's Jane Wells reports from a massive facility in Sacramento making rail cars for Florida.
A moderate earthquake hit the Palm Springs area and was felt across parts of Southern California; five worshipers were killed when a steel shed in the courtyard of a central Karachi mosque collapsed; Muhammad Ali will be laid to rest in his hometown of Louisville, reports CNBC’s Sue Herera.
The quake hit about 60 miles northeast of San Diego followed by three aftershocks early Friday morning.
A company in Florida that's behind the first privately funded U.S. high speed railway is manufacturing its trains ... in California.
The U.S. solar energy market will nearly double new installations this year to 14.5 gigawatts, led by utility projects.
Billionaire Mark Cuban unleashes a new barrage against Donald Trump on Twitter.
Hillary Clinton is now all but guaranteed to become the first female major party presidential nominee.
Obama also spoke with Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, thanking him "for energizing millions of Americans."
"Make America great again" has a coded meaning, Hillary Clinton said Tuesday night.
"We welcome you with open arms," Donald Trump said to Bernie Sanders supporters.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at Donald Trump's chances in California; and Jane Wells reports on Democratic presidential candidates spending big money in California.
Michael Fertik, Founder & Executive Chairman of Reputation.com, discusses Silicon Valley's views on Donald Trump and which candidate would be best for the tech world.
Nearly 39 million people live in California, and looking at Tuesday's primary ballot, you'd think every one of them is running for U.S. Senate.