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
New environmental threats that laws cannot address are fostering a fresh grassroots call to action, says guest commentator Terry Tamminen.
Singapore could overtake Switzerland as the world's capital for offshore wealth by 2020, a new report says.
After Japan's "lost decade" you might be surprised to hear that some Chinese entrepreneurs are suggesting that China has just come out of its own "lost decade".
Here are the some of the show stoppers at the Auto Shanghai Summit, together with highly anticipated models scheduled to be released soon in this red-hot market.
Someday your prescription pills may actually be digital devices powered by a battery you eat.
A greater-than-usual number of companies have reported disappointing revenue results and tepid guidance this quarter, leading strategists to expect a more volatile time for stocks.
EBay CEO John Donahoe began emailing millions of users of the company's online marketplace in an unprecedented effort to change looming sales tax legislation.
Something lavish, something diamond, something Hollywood and many things new. Such is the refrain of today's outrageous weddings, where glitz reigns supreme.
Everything you love on a breakfast menu—bacon, blueberry pancakes and glazed donuts—is now in a bottle, and packing a 70-percent proof punch.
What can we learn about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from his Twitter account?
The regulator's approval is crucial in returning the jet to service after it was grounded for over three months because of lithium-ion batteries that caught fire.
One of the growing tech tools law enforcement agencies are using to track down suspects during crime investigations is facial recognition technology.
Once more, arcane-sounding financial products like collateralized debt obligations are being minted on Wall Street.
Banks have shored up their balance sheets and continue to rack up the profits, while disappointing investors who are worried about growth.
The "Talking Squawk" blog is meant to be a funny, sarcastic look at business news through the unique "Squawk Box" lens. But it was difficult to think about anything from that viewpoint this week.
CNBC's Jane Wells on the magic of hot sauce, while Tom Rotunno focuses on beer shakes, which are being sold by the Charleston River Dogs minor league baseball team.
Without better regulatory, health-care, trade and energy policies, Americans will continue to face stagnant or falling wages.
Most robotic surgery takes place without a hitch, but a growing number of complaints and lawsuits allege complications and even deaths from Intuitive Surgical's da Vinci device.
If the critics of robotic surgery are right—that safety is an issue—how is that it was performed on 450,000 people last year? The answer may lie in one word: Marketing.