From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.» Read More
About 65% of those born between 1946 and 1964 plan to work after age 65 or don't plan to retire.
Christie's brought the hammer down Monday on the most expensive Rolex wristwatch ever sold at auction.
The NBA said if Donald Sterling’s ownership of the LA Clippers is terminated, so is his wife, Shelly Sterling’s. Uh, not so fast, says Dan Eaton.
With the demand for urban housing only set to increase innovation and technology are driving change in the construction sector. How?
Armchair safari travelers have a new weapon at their fingertips—a real-time app tracking the migration of the wildebeest.
Motorola launched a £89 ($150) smartphone on Tuesday, in a plan to exploit the explosive potential of the low-price device market.
Steven Dennis says it's time for the company to "stop the charade and embrace the inevitable."
Amid financial challenges and stiff competition, some food truck operators are scaling back street vending. Is this the end of an era?
Michael Sam may not have been chosen until the final round of the NFL draft, but the first openly gay player drafted is already selling fast.
Celebrity apologies are like snowflakes — no two are alike. Read ahead to see 12 examples of memorable apologies from politicians, athletes, actors and more.
Retirees face the challenge of generating and maintaining the income they need in retirement but a solution called "reverse engineering" can help.
The rotation out of fast-growing biotech and Internet stocks shouldn't worry investors—unless you own those stocks, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The whole thing weighs less than a pound and can fly as far as 1.2 miles away from the person operating it.
The NBA said if Donald Sterling's ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers is terminated, so is Shelly Sterling's.
Aniston's "Rachel" haircut craze inspired by "Friends" was a natural progression into her current role as co-owner of hair care company Living Proof.
The craze for the microbrews made by small independent brewers has led to a scramble for hops, the Financial Times reports.
In a riveting column on Doug Gollan's wealth site, Roxanne Génier explains how her work as a yacht crew member resembled her stint in the Canadian naval reserve.
As the Washington Monument reopened, billionaire David Rubenstein—who paid for half the repairs—spoke to CNBC about the project's public-private partnership.
The rich plan to spend more in 2014. On their wish list: Vacations, home improvement and cars. Fashion and collectibles are not as coveted.
Being a wedding guest could set you back more than $500. Why watching someone else saying "I do" is getting more expensive.