In the wake of the Swiss franc's surge, some of the food prices around town in Davos are proving to be a little hard to stomach.» Read More
An association of top scientists has moved the hand of the symbolic Doomsday Clock, over the threats of nuclear weapons and warming climates.
Bill Gates appeared on the "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to talk about the Omniprocessor, his latest philanthropic effort.
Glenn Hutchins also tells CNBC that technological advances will take away even more jobs, but he thinks the problem is manageable.
Bespoke's Paul Hickey takes a look at why S&P 500 stocks with the highest dividends may not be your best bet.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman tells CNBC the Federal Reserve should increase interest rates in the second half of the year.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker disputes the idea that President Obama cannot reach a deal on corporate taxes with Congress in the next two years.
Telecommuting is shaking up the porn industry.
Michael Dell and Lenovo's Gerry Smith say the personal computer market should not be written off.
Home prices are still rising in Chicago, but among the nation's 10 largest housing markets, price gains in the Windy City come in last.
Owners of recreational pot operations are preparing to file their first federal tax returns and they're learning some hard lessons.
The US porn industry is a $14 billion business, and the US gun industry is a $38 billion business. Sometimes, the two meet in spectacular fashion.
About 4.4 million men and 2.8 million women have hidden a bank or credit card account from their partner. And that's not all.
Paul Singer tells CNBC the recent dramatic move in the Swiss franc shows just how exposed most investors are to market risk.
These are the people behind the scenes, and many prefer to keep a low public profile, focusing instead on the bottom line.
AT&T chief Randall Stephenson tells CNBC the debate over net neutrality rules may end up in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Aetna raised employees' wages to a base of $16 per hour because doing otherwise would have put workers in poverty, CEO Mark Bertolini tells CNBC.
Education is needed to help the middle class boost its assets and to create more jobs, Blackstone's Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
Are McDonald's fries even made of potatoes? Why are there 17 ingredients in its fries? The fast-food giant is out to dispel myths...
Davos is teeming with elite investors this week--and it's not just to talk their own book.
Vice President Joe Biden tells TODAY's Matt Lauer he's confident he could "do a good job" in the role of president.