Top execs at billion-dollar start-ups Airbnb, Houzz, Pinterest, Slack and Snapchat are among the keynote speakers for the Code Conference.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen stuck to her script Friday, even though traders had hoped a jump in consumer prices would force her to give a nod to the improved inflation data.
"California has a lot of growing up to do on how to use water well," says a Napa wine grape grower who uses recycled wastewater to irrigate his vines.
Apple could be adding public transportation directions to its mapping app, according to 9to5Mac, which cited unnamed sources.
Consumer Federation of America says people who drive less aren't getting price breaks they deserve from most big auto insurance companies.
"In recent decades, our country’s rising tide has not lifted the boats of the poor," writes Warren Buffett.
Duke professor Dan Ariely says the 2008 financial meltdown was a perfect storm of dishonesty. Tune in Thursday, May 28 10p ET/PT.
Goldman Sachs told hedge fund clients this week to buy stocks that are unloved by their peers if they want any chance of beating them.
Some traders are betting Alibaba's stock will close the week even higher.
Simple changes and quick fixes could conserve thousands of gallons a year—and cut your water bill.
Shares in Quest Diagnostics spiked 19 percent Friday after a brief trading halt, which followed a sharp move in the shares earlier in the session.
The arcade game turns 35 on Friday, and in the years since his debut, he has appeared on virtually every video game platform to hit shelves.
$100 million is "the new billionaire benchmark" for trophy homes, according to a report from Christie's International Real Estate.
Janet Yellen just added fuel to the fire that HFT is to blame for all the ill in the market. Trader Jack Boroudjian says that's just wrong.
The drought in California is so severe that some Napa Valley vineyards are using treated wastewater to irrigate their grapevines.
Finland has informed its 900,000 military reservists of their roles in the event of a military crisis against a backdrop of rising tensions.
China's richest man Li Hejun lost $15 billion in 30 minutes, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
U.S. consumer prices moderated in April on weak gasoline prices, but rising shelter and medical care costs boosted underlying inflation pressures.
If Apple launches a TV service, it wants to offer at least one thing rivals don’t have: Widespread access to live programming from local TV stations.
Buying pullbacks has been a reliable strategy during the six-year bull market, but it may not be so sound as valuations move higher, pros tell CNBC.