Some e-commerce marketers are having a challenging holiday season, and they blame Google for it. The New York Times reports.
The rich are getting richer at a fast clip, led by the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, who earned $37 million a day this year, Wealth-X said.
The euro zone’s plans to reshape its banking system and deal with future crises can seem like nothing more than an excuse to create new bureaucracies.
The outcome of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve meeting is expected to set the tone for trade in the U.S. dollar heading into 2014.
Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Meg Whitman now draws an annual base salary of $1.5 million, reflecting the 93 percent rise in the company's stocks.
BlackBerry said on Tuesday that John Sims will join the company as head of its global enterprise services business.
It should be a slightly more hawkish Ben Bernanke presiding over his final meeting, even though many Fed watchers say odds are against a taper.
Social media site Whisper.sh has exploded in the 18 months since its inception, now boasting three billion page views a month.
The U.S. Justice Department is preparing to file civil fraud charges against Citigroup and Bank of America's Merrill Lynch unit.
In sports, players managed by the right coach can vastly outperform rivals. Cramer's convinced the same is true for companies.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has sent out his holiday card, featuring his family and a lot of bouncing tennis balls, reported the news website Quartz.
Analysts say China may become an unlikely star of Asian emerging markets in 2014, outshining India, thanks to cheap valuations and reform optimism.
Twitter says it fully reversed changes to its controversial "block" feature, but did it?
Several high-level executives at tech and media companies spent most of a White House meeting calling for more transparency in NSA's PRISM program.
Detroit's bankruptcy recovery begins as a bond insurance firm drops objections to a controversial financing plan to reach agreements with the city.
Washington state plans to deter marijuana tourism by limiting supply, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Our anchors, reporters and editors make their boldest predictions yet to keep you apprised of what may be in store in the year ahead.
The Obama administration has angered media outlets by banning outside cameras during key events, favoring its own photographer instead.
Overcapacity and online shopping could eventually lead to the collapse of midtier centers, Mark Cohen told CNBC.
North Korea's execution of a high-ranking official suggests a ruler threatened by the economic elite's power. And the purge is likely far from over.