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Hyundai North America's CEO tells CNBC why he thinks carmakers will find common ground with Silicon Valley as it pushes into the auto market.
Winning the Frozen Four will give this Cinderella team its first NCAA title, and score school President John Lahey's long-held dream.
Samsung is teaming up with Carnival to bring the high seas to travelers, who won't even have to set foot on a ship.
Sotheby's is planning to sell one of the largest private wine collections in the United States owned by billionaire William Koch.
"We think we're on the right trajectory to get humans to Mars in the 2030's," NASA Administrator Charles Bolden told CNBC recently.
Bitcoin isn't becoming less popular as a means of exchange, but firms are divorcing its technology from the cryptocurrency.
With opening day upon us, we look at the business of baseball and MLB.
The world's richest company celebrates its 40th birthday Friday. But Apple wasn't always the dominant technology giant it is today.
Tech giants led the charge on Friday with their April Fools' Day pranks, but they aren't the only companies having a little fun on April 1.
LG says it has developed a system that can charge cellphones three times faster than existing wireless chargers.
Ripken has found success on and off the field. Here's how baseball taught him to push past failure.
This Starbucks executive left a high-powered job to pursue entrepreneurship, and it paid off. Here are his ingredients for success.
For the first time, the number of obese people around the world now is greater than the number of undernourished, according to a study in The Lancet.
Wondering how to get ahead, let alone keep up with your rising rent? Take a look at where investors get decent returns buying up houses to rent.
Start-ups have come up with some out-of-the-box solutions to an age-old email problem plaguing creative professionals.
CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder knows a thing or two about running a business.
A new beer label champion will be crowned after the defending champion was defeated in the Suds Sixteen.
Cellebrite, the Israeli company that may have helped the FBI hack a terrorist's iPhone, may have used their Universal Forensic Extraction Device to do the job.
After bankruptcy and a population exodus, Detroit is now courting small businesses to help turbocharge its economy and create jobs.
Interested buyers will have to wait until late 2017 to take delivery, but they can get ahead of the game by putting down a $1,000 deposit Thursday.