Water restrictions due to the drought are hurting the once booming sod business in California.
Greece should vote "no" on the European deal to extend its bailout—the best solution is for creditors to take a haircut, says Peter Morici.
Several days after Puerto Rico's governor declared his island's debts "not payable," a spate of borrowers there indicated just the opposite.
The IRS has proposed reducing the size of the slot machine winning that will trigger a tax form. That could be bad news for both gamblers and casinos.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at how much Americans will be spending this year on firecrackers, barbecues and beer.
U.S. short-term interest-rate futures contracts rose on Thursday on a weaker than expected government report on jobs.
New orders for U.S. factory goods fell more than expected in May on weak demand for transportation and electrical equipment.
Will the tech sector generate more excitement for stocks in the second half of 2015 than the first? The answer will largely come down to three things.
Investors looking for clues on how the slightly weaker-than-expected June jobs report figures into the Fed's thinking should relax, market watcher Richard Bernstein tells CNBC.
BP has reached an agreement with the United States and affected state governments to settle damages claim from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010.
Renée James, the second most senior executive at chip giant Intel is stepping down to look for a CEO job elsewhere, the company said.
America's concept of work is dangerously stuck in the 20th century as the sharing economy grows.
Greece has dominated the news lately but there are a few key players that you should know. Check out this list!
The U.S. Labor Department said Thursday that the unemployment rate hit 5.3 percent in June, but does that rate tell the real story?
More than six million Russians could be stopped from going on vacation this summer – because they're in too much debt.
American companies kicked off the summer with modest,sending nonfarm payrolls up 223,000 in June, according to Labor Department numbers released Thursday.
The impact of the oil bust is being felt unevenly in communities that rely heavily on energy jobs, according to a CNBC analysis.
The Washington Navy Yard was locked down on Thursday after reports that shots were fired.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It's proving to be a tough year for bond markets as the economy recovers and inflation picks up.