The possible nomination of Stanley Fischer to the Fed would offer pluses and minuses to President Obama. The NYT takes a look.» Read More
Cord-cutting hasn't proven much of a threat to media giants, but new technologies are encouraging a new trend: "Cord Nevers."
On Wall Street, the retail investor is often seen as the dumb money. But those days may be over.
This famous DC hotel is offering a $47,000 inauguration package that includes a range of luxuries, including your own "Twitter butler," to capture and post your every move!
Marc Faber told CNBC on Tuesday that he owns gold as an "insurance policy" despite a possible correction.
The buzz is modest at best for the fourth-quarter earnings season. Here's why you shouldn't be surprised to see your fair share of disappointments.
Former JPMorgan investment-banking chief James "Jes" Staley is joining BlueMountain Capital, the $12 billion hedge fund.
Income inequality has been on the rise for three decades in the United States, according to the Congressional Budget Office, with the gap between the "haves" and "have-nots" currently at its widest point since 1967.
It sounds like a setup for a joke: Hey, did you hear the one about the high school swim champ who got Taco Bell to make him a customized Speedo? It's not a hoax, though — more of a lesson in the power of social media marketing and teenage chutzpah.
Bailed out AIG is considering joining a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit against the government. The New York Time reports.
Day to day market moves giving you a headache? Cramer said think 'themes' and you may feel better.
Two other ideas for avoiding the debt ceiling crash and burn on the text of the law.
Dan Loeb's Third Point was the clear hedge fund standout in a horrible year for the industry as almost nine out of 10 managers underperformed the S&P 500.
Curtis Dowling discusses the mission of his new CNBC Prime reality series.
The shop uses a blend of old techniques and new science in its approach to refurbish and upgrade cars.
Rep. Greg Walden has proposed banning this controversial debt ceiling workaround.
The steady drumbeat of “you’re just lucky to have a job” that played through the recession is finally starting to fade and employees may be getting ready to say, "I quit!" and bolt for the nearest exit.
Disagreements over economic forecasts and the timing of improvement in the labor market are something the market can price in. But the investors are much more puzzled over how to deal with the split at the Fed over the balance sheet.
Last year, the boating industry saw its first significant increase in sales since the recession as sales rose an estimated 10 percent, according to one industry group. Here are highlights from 2013's New York boat show, featuring the latest in yacht luxury.
Ten banks will pay $8.5 billion to borrowers for so-called "robo-signing."
Companies at the International CES convention this week are hoping "killer apps" and connectivity nudge households into effortless interactivity.