This should get you into the holiday spirit: Wal-Mart is slashing prices on iPhones and iPads.
The former CEO of IndyMac has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by the FDIC that stemmed from the collapse of the bank during the financial crisis, his lawyers announced on Friday.
Bilbo Baggins is under a lot of pressure. Not only does he have to free a dwarf kingdom, but MGM is counting on him to pave the way for its IPO.
British TV decoder maker Pace said on Monday that it had made an early-stage proposal to Internet group Google to acquire its set-top TV box maker Motorola Home.
American International Group has agreed to sell nearly all of its ILFC airplane leasing business to a Chinese consortium for up to $4.8 billion.
At the end of August, Apple seemed on top of the world. Fresh off a resounding $1.05 billion U.S. legal victory over arch-foe Samsung Electronics, the company was gearing up to launch its fifth iPhone. That was then.
If the cliff has you nervous, there may be some relaxing news, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Facebook is in negotiations with Microsoft about acquiring advertising technology that could allow the social network displays ads on other websites, according to reports.
A U.S. port workers union has accused APM Terminals, a port operator of A.P. Moller-Maersk, of spying on union representatives in Los Angeles by tapping their phones.
Striking harbor clerks reached a tentative contract deal with management at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Tuesday night.
Dalian Wanda Group, the world's biggest owner of movie theaters, is in talks with Hollywood studios to co-produce films and is looking to buy and build hotels in U.S. cities as it eyes a $10 billion "soft power" spending spree.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest from the port of Los Angeles in Long Beach where it is the 7th day of the port strike.
Twitter steadily tightening grip over the 140- character messages on its network.
While politicians try to avoid the "fiscal cliff," CNBC.com remembers some legendary cliffs from pop culture.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has represented the San Francisco area for a quarter century. What do her constituents think about the "fiscal cliff?"
CNBC's Jane Wells speaks to constituents in the 8th district of California to find out what business leaders are saying about the Minority Leader's handling of the "fiscal cliff."
After nearly five years of brutal economic decline, government retrenchment and a widespread loss of confidence in its future, California is showing the first signs of a rebound.
Phoenix, Arizona, has offered up to 100 free trips to California CEOs to check out the workforce there, lower taxes and incentives for creating jobs. CNBC's Jane Wells has the details.
CNBC's John Harwood & Jane Wells visit the home states of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Speaker John Boehner. (5:51)
The Golden State has been forced into a sort of economic rehab after years of runaway spending. Now, California's Legislative Analyst's Office says the state may be bottoming, and there is reason to hope.