Social media mentions have successfully predicted the domestic profitability or failure of the 24 largest movies in the last two years.
MIT's Cheetah robot, which has been in the making for years, can now jump over obstacles as high as 15 inches, NBC News reports.
The New York Rangers and highly paid goalie Henrik Lundqvist have been nearly unbeatable in playoff elimination games.
There's now a workaround for an iOS bug allowing users to remotely crash Apple devices.
A record crop of apples is taking a toll on apple growers in the northwestern state of Washington.
Owning art through an investment fund is appealing to the rich who are looking for access to pieces they can't afford on their own.
A Montreal man was fined about $100 after being pulled over for using his Apple Watch while driving, CTV Montreal reported.
The CEO of the wholesale delivery service Boxed announced that he will pay for the college tuition of his employees' children.
U.S. consumer sentiment ticked lower in May, but still beat expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
The US is split over right to work laws—literally. Exactly half of the 50 states are right-to-work states—the next will tip the balance.
There's only one thing in business that you can actually control, the billionaire entrepreneur says.
Snapchat is in the process of raising $650 million in equity, which would value the company at 16 billion, sources told CNBC.
The Institute for Supply Management-Chicago Business Barometer unexpectedly fell in May, reversing the previous month's rise.
After Dick Fuld's first public speech since the crisis, this PR guy had one thing to say: Don't call it a comeback.
CNBC's Dominic Chu parses the data and takes a broad look at market performance in June over the past decade.
As the government program reaches the half-century mark, it needs to get into the digital age, says this University of Rochester professor.
Some travelers are taking extreme—and often unnecessary—measures to secure cash and valuables while on the road.
Here's why the G.O.P. presidential field for 2016 may be the largest-ever in either party, NBC News reports.
Even though U.S. stocks are trading at a record price, certain areas of the market may be ready to drop. Here's what to sell.
The U.S. economy contracted in the first quarter as it buckled under the weight of heavy snowfalls and a resurgent dollar, but activity has rebounded.