The Fed taper may be one of the sure things for 2014 — get ready for volatility, especially in developing economies, says Wharton Professor Joao Gomes.
Employers say millennials lack the job skills and work ethic to get hired, a new study says. The Fiscal Times Reports.
The Fed's stimulus polices seemed more like price controls, and those always end badly, the editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer told CNBC.
Amid reports of more executions and political tension in North Korea, the regime is moving forward on economic policies, increasingly tied to China.
This argument that the rich keep getting richer while the majority have hit a brick wall is full of holes, says Troy University's Daniel Smith.
Attorney General Eric Holder confirms that the Justice Department is investigating the Target data breach.
President Obama discussed job growth in his address to the nation, but he overlooked the boom in freelancers. They compose a third of the workforce.
Facing pressure from activist investor Dan Loeb, Dow Chemical chief Andrew Liveris told CNBC that Warren Buffett supports his vision for the company.
With the exception of Wall Street's biggest banks, the financial sector appears to be getting ready to add workers to payrolls.
Ten teams played to stadiums less than 95 percent full on average in 2013, double the number from 2008.
The family of the NFL's Roger Goodell includes a maverick U.S. senator, the COO of a large hedge fund and the general counsel of a major company.
Rep. Paul Ryan tells CNBC that President Barack Obama's State of the Union address didn't contain any new ideas.
There's a new robot with a hunger for human hair—and dust, dirt and whatever other mess may be on your floor.
A rising hedge fund star has made a big bet on Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba, believing the company will be worth at least $200 billion.
ETFs are marketing on their low fees, but that should rarely if ever be a deciding factor in buying one.
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer faces an uphill battle in the tech wars against Google and Facebook, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday.
Winter is taking a toll on pipes and insurance companies that have to deal with claims for frozen pipes.
Markets are diving after Turkey and South Africa raised interest rates, suggesting investors think many central bankers have gone too far.
Renewed fears of a crisis in emerging markets have surfaced in recent weeks, but which parts of the world are most heavily exposed to further pain?