From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.» Read More
Collections from New York's so-called mansion tax—a 1 percent levy on homes sold for $1 million—reached a record $259 million in 2012-2013.
Sony will release the third installment "Infamous: Second Son" this Friday. Analysts say that Sony could spend hundreds of millions on the game.
Hawaii's high prices may be putting a chill on the state's tourism industry. NBC News reports.
Warren Buffett said that when he called the 2008 financial crisis an "economic Pearl Harbor" the description was not "strong enough."
A Kremlin-backed journalist issued a warning to the U.S. about Moscow's nuclear capabilities.
Few American businesses last a decade let alone 160 years. How did McSorley's Old Ale House do it?
The Brewers Association reports craft brewers saw an 18 percent rise in volume last year and a 20 percent increase in retail dollar value.
Workers will likely break the law by taking part in office pools for the NCAA basketball tournament. But not always.
The "Oscars Selfie" was a major coup for Samsung, but can companies actually make money from the latest trend?
Fund managers and traders have chased hog prices to record highs on fear of a deadly pig virus. But a market reversal could be possible.
The Jeep Renegade is the anchor of an aggressive plan to take the brand global.
The quintessential Irish pour, Guinness, says it will not be part of the landmark St. Patrick's Day, the parade through New York City City.
Breakfast is increasingly the restaurant meal to watch although analysts say entering the space is no slam dunk.
When life changes, so will your taxes. Breaks and pitfalls to be aware of before you file.
Women are driving the wearable tech craze, and now they are demanding fashionable solutions. Here are some of the latest coveted products.
Amid all the good news of falling yields and successful bond auctions, a tale of two Irelands is emerging.
A new app has added a twist to video messaging between friends: Instant reactions.
It sounds silly—yoga for dogs, but the people who take doggie yoga or "doga" classes with their canine family members can't stop raving about it.
A mystery tech billionaire has just purchased the most valuable life insurance policy ever. It's worth $201 million.
Warren Buffett tells CNBC that bitcoins transmit money, like checks, and checks have no intrinsic value.