Dr. Gail Shust, an infectious disease specialist, tells CNBC, "It really is not just a personal choice but a public health issue."
New orders for U.S. factory goods fell for a fifth straight month, but a smaller-than-previously reported drop in business spending plans supported views of a rebound in the months ahead.
Nearly three years after taking a substantial stake in the auto supplier, Marcato Capital Management is agitating for a breakup.
A grand jury indicted 16 people in an identity theft ring that prosecutors say caused the IRS to pay more than $10 million in fraudulent refunds.
Charitable giving rose to a record $456.7 billion in 2014. But this year may be tougher for nonprofits.
Uber hires scientists to start working on self-driving taxis, while Google is reportedly working on a ride-sharing app.
Looking for better returns in a volatile rate marketplace? Experts suggest looking carefully at corporate junk bonds and dividend stocks.
New York trader Steve Grasso makes his case for weaker stocks and oil this week. And he recommends Twitter before earnings.
Hedge fund buying may be partly behind the recent rebound in battered oil prices, former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister tells CNBC.
Twitter is now bringing "Promoted Tweets" to other feeds, including Flipboard and Yahoo.
U.S. home values rose at a modest pace in December, a sign there are too few potential buyers to bid up prices.
Medicine, morality and free will are colliding in the debate over requiring measles vaccines. The NYT reports.
Tablet shipments fell at the end of last year for the first time since the market's inception, with Amazon devices plummeting nearly 70 percent.
January U.S. car sales analysts' expectations, as low gasoline prices and easy credit terms helped fuel sales of utility vehicles and big pickups.
Exchange-traded funds are booming, but advisors caution clients to weigh the pluses and minuses before abandoning mutual funds for ETFs.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on why McDonald's has decided to sell limited edition bottles of its Big Mac sauce.
Janet Yellen is likely in risk management mode, says Michelle Meyer, BofA Merrill Lynch, with Benjamin Pace, HPM Partners CIO, discussing what's driving markets and when the Fed is likely to raise interest rates.
Greece is softening its stance on a debt write-down, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
With the right approach, tax reform and infrastructure are possible areas of bipartisan agreement, House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.