Google and Elon Musk's SpaceX are close to reaching an agreement that would make it an investor in Musk's company.
Back on this week, the World Economic Forum in Davos is as big as ever with lofty ambitions to match.
Before you start thinking up a new password, you may want to start thinking about upping its complexity from a pet’s name.
The hackers behind the Sony attack exploited a previously undisclosed software vulnerability that gave them unfettered access, Re/code reports.
By a growing stack of indicators, 2015 may be the year Main Street finally hits a comeback.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Tuesday the Chinese are changing their economy into an internal consumption economy.
Even the strategists who don't believe 2015 will spell the end of the bull market predict more of the up-down action that's marked the year so far.
Regions Financial on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter profit dropped by almost 4 percent to $211 million.
The Chinese president's new base salary, equivalent to $22,256 a year, remains a fraction of that of global peers.
Baker Hughes and Halliburton posted better-than-expected profits, but warned that a drop in drilling due to weak oil prices would hurt results in 2015.
Wall Street deal makers Doug Braunstein and Jim Woolery of Hudson Executive Capital are forming a new fund to create value through actionable, strategic and corporate finance solutions.
Activist investor Starboard Value has written a letter to Staples urging it to merge with rival Office Depot.
Listen for the number that can make or break Netflix on its earnings call after the bell today.
The index of home builder sentiment fell just one point in January to 57 from an upwardly-revised December reading.
FXCM shares tumbled after it laid out details of a loan aimed at saving the company after last week's shock removal of the cap on the Swiss franc.
Markets treat the Friday before a three-day weekend with a bullish bias, so now it's back to the grind with the pending ECB decision dictating direction.
Obama has two goals: further associate himself with the recovering economy and tilt the Democratic Party toward a populist platform, Politico's Ben White says.
A poll conducted by WBUR said that one third of Bostonians do not want the 2024 Olympics to be hosted in Boston.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson says the US economic recovery has helped the travel industry, but antiterrorism measures could be a headwind.
This year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Switzerland is trying to be a little more touchy-feely, for want of a better word.