John Stamos, who played Jesse Katsopolis on the popular ABC family comedy of the late 1980s and early 1990s, confirmed rumors of the show's reboot.» Read More
Man's best friend can also be a big financial headache, with insurance costs for some breeds hitting as much as $120 per month.
The number of Chinese companies attending this year's CES hit a record, with some 871 vendors showcasing everything from huge TVs to 3D printers.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm offered a hand-written divorce check to his ex-wife, which she eventually cashed.
Unlike most of the products designed by the late Steve Jobs, his yacht has remained largely under wraps, but photos recently emerged.
A look at North Korea's growing, not-so-isolated economy, and key reasons Kim Jong Un is feeling good after three years in power.
Bruce Oreck, the body-building, bombastic ambassador to Finland, wanted you to have a pumped-up holiday season, NBC reports.
Less investor activity and rising home prices could mean a robust spring for Atlanta housing.
Most raffle prizes come in the shape of a box of chocolates or unwanted perfumes; however not for 43 lucky winners.
Tom Colicchio, Craft Restaurants owner, discusses his transition from head chef to successful business owner and the future of fast casual dining.
The world's largest container ship is making waves on its maiden voyage, as it arrives at the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk, England.
Billionaire investor George Soros has called on European officials to urgently boost their efforts to support the Ukrainian economy.
After the FOMC's December minutes, CNBC's Rick Santelli; Lindsey Piegza, Sterne Agee; Jack Bouroudjian, Index Financial Partners; and Keith Fitz-Gerald, Money Map Press, discuss the action in rates.
In the first post-Steve Ballmer sale of an NBA team, many wonder who will buy the Atlanta Hawks——and for how much.
A judge overturned California's foie gras ban, but reactions were mixed.
BlackBerry will seek to grow BBM's monthly user base and increase time spent in the app, CEO John Chen says.
Wall Street may not have Bill Ackman to kick around anymore.
Home automation and wearables are at an inflection point based on what we're seeing at CES.
There's a big demographic divide between the people who own smartwatches and those who own fitness trackers.
This year’s flu season is shaping up to be as bad as expected. That's good news for drug stores, but insurers and others could suffer.
This time wearables may really take off.