Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer feels for the poor but thinks increasing minimum wages is a terrible idea.
Consumers grew more optimistic about both business conditions and the job market, a new report showed.
Turkey has slipped alarmingly quickly from emerging market darling to market danger zone, and there seems to be no halting the investor exodus.
After Apple's disappointing outlook and iPhone sales, a debate is heating up over where the consumer electronics giant's share price is headed.
U.S. families are burdened by having to pay for medical care, and some struggle to pay health care bills, NBC News reports.
U.S. home prices fell slightly in November as colder weather slowed buying, but prices surged for much of 2013.
From "Magic Kitten" to "Energetic Bear," these are the names of some of the world's most active hacker groups, according to security firm CrowdStrike.
The Commerce Department said new orders fell 4.3 percent in December, a huge disappointment (economists expected orders to rise 1.5 percent).
Too much of a good thing—in this case, wage growth—could trouble the Fed in the coming year, Pantheon's Ian Shepherdson tells CNBC.
Comcast reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue on Tuesday that exceeded Wall Street's expectations.
Global smartphone shipments climbed 38.4 percent last year, research firm IDC said.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods unexpectedly plunged in December, which could cast a shadow on the economic outlook.
A winter freeze began to descend on the Deep South, with a huge swath of the region in the crosshairs of a "potentially paralyzing" storm.
One of the biggest issues in the integration of online shopping and the physical store is identifying where to assign sales credit.
Ford posted a higher-than-expected profit as strength in the U.S. automaker's core North American market offset losses in Europe and South America.
Procter & Gamble is introducing new flavors for Crest toothpaste—mint chocolate trek, lime spearmint zest and vanilla mint spark.
Google is adding prescription frames and new styles of detachable sunglasses to its computerized, Internet-connected goggles known as Glass.
While the most recent rumor de jour has Yahoo eyeing a giant content purchase such as AOL, local and search considerations make more sense on a lot of levels.
Even though the tech giant beat expectations, investors turned away—probably scared off by flat growth in many of its businesses.
There's a collectible market for sex-filled timepieces, both old and new. They're called "erotic" watches, or what some would call "pocket porn."