The CEO of gadget-buyback website Gazelle said there was a surge in iPad and Samsung phone swaps after Black Friday, which could be good for Apple.» Read More
Taking a cue from food trucks, savvy entrepreneurs are forgoing costly storefronts and instead running small businesses from their cars. So what's the downside?
Yahoo is counting on rival Google to help accelerate its revenue growth.
The Great Depression in 1929, the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941 and the dot-com bubble bursting in 2001 – all these events happened during the year of the snake. So, should we be worried about what 2013 - the latest Chinese Year of the Black Water Snake – has in store for us? The annual Feng Shui Index brought out by Asian brokerage CLSA gives some clues.
Skinnygirl is putting their own twist on the fantasy league industry with the Skinnygirl Cocktails Celebrity Fantasy League. Players draft teams of celebrities who accrue and lose points based on their performance and behavior during awards season.
While in the private sector John Brennan, President Obama’s nominee to be director of the CIA, was working for a corporate parent that was looking business from Chinese companies while it labored on sensitive US security operations.
Sentiment and valuations make the bear case for stocks, Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners says.
With rental car rates, fees and taxes rising, more road warriors are opting for taxis while traveling.
U.S. refiners are the clear winners in the recent rally--but at consumers' expense. If gas prices stay at $3.60 or higher for the rest of the month, it will cost consumers an extra $10 billion in the first quarter.
A deficit reduction package to preserve short term economic growth by delaying the most aggressive measures would a no-go for the markets, the private sector and politicians, business leaders told CNBC on Wednesday.
GlaxoSmithKline expects a return to growth in 2013 after the drugmaker's profits slipped in 2012 as austerity pricing in Europe continued to bite, CEO Andrew Witty told CNBC.
Let's help out the former Treasury Secretary with title suggestions for his upcoming book.
Almost three weeks since the FAA grounded the 787 Dreamliner, several U.S. cities are facing a frustrating wait for the plane to get back in the air. Due to the grounding, the financial impact of the delayed service could be substantial.
Long-term unemployed in the U.S are having an easier time finding jobs — and the problem of long-term joblessness may disappear in the months ahead.
Don't think you're immune to an IRS audit just because you're a middle-class working stiff. Even an honest deduction in an area rife with abuse means could wind up getting you audited.
By joining a union, marijuana workers could have more sway in pressing for higher pay and benefits such as healthcare. Some legal marijuana retailers welcome the prospect of a unionized workforce - for now, at least.
As the housing market imploded, the gallows humor at S&P intensified. The New York Times reports.
Soccer match-fixing is a rapidly growing scandal around the world - but not the U.S. What gives, America? Do you just not care about "football"?
For Justice's basic theory of the case to make sense you have to believe that the investment banks wanted high ratings at any cost. Tough nut to crack.
President Obama turned to corporate leaders as he tried to rally support for comprehensive immigration reform.