From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.» Read More
Tech titans are fighting hard to get their technology into your car. Apple just made a big move in that ongoing battle.
Richest people in the world are now worth a combined $6.4 trillion, according to Forbes. Record-breaking number up from $5.4 trillion last year.
Did any or all of your favorites walk away with Mad Money gold?
In his annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett said bonds he decided to purchase produced a loss of almost $1 billion.
Despite optimism that U.S. stocks will be among the best performers this year, American investors are still running scared.
Although geopolitical tensions surrounding Ukraine have been described as the highest since 9/11, analysts said a full scale war remained unlikely.
At a time when beer sales are slumping, Bud Light is finding success with its line of margarita-flavored malt beverages.
Everyone knows Warren Buffett, but there are three other people making major decisions at Berkshire Hathaway who had kept a low profile. Until now.
Autism Speaks and Google have teamed in an attempt to link private investors to inject innovative autism-related business development.
With California in the grips of drought, farmers throughout the state are using a mysterious tool for locating water: dowsers, or water witches.
Apple will next week launch its first in-car operating system with Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo.
The tech world is littered with failed ideas, and it is their quirkiness that has put paid to their chances of success.
Only about one-third of Americans report making "good" or "excellent" progress with saving, according to a new survey.
The movies make more money than ever. But a lot of it isn't going to traditional players or even staying in Tinseltown.
Texas auto dealers said state leaders should not change laws to land a giant battery plant being built by Tesla.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Apple shareholders need the company to come up with something "revolutionary."
When it comes to tax refunds, many Americans say they plan to do something virtuous with the money they get back. But that's not what really happens.
Darden Restaurants isn't just defending itself against activists. It's also trying keep critical analysts out of the public eye.
Warren Buffett might have spent years honing his skills, but new research argues that genes play a large part in determining investor type.
A California appellate court decided that looking at a cellphone screen to use maps and other apps while driving is legal, the Los Angeles Times reported.