The Fed Chairman is expected to maintain his dovish tone when he speaks to Congress Wednesday and dispel notions the Fed is ready to cut back its easing policy.» Read More
The FAA may announce by year's end relaxed rules, allowing use of tablets and reading devices during takeoff and landing, the New York Times reports.
The relationship between Cyprus and Russia will not be hurt as a result of the bailout, Cyprus' finance minister told CNBC. But Russia's prime minister suggested otherwise.
Regulators have given Nasdaq the go-ahead to compensate investors for Facebook's botched 2012 initial public offering, sources told CNBC.
A rescue program agreed for Cyprus on Monday represents a new template for resolving euro zone banking problems, the head of the region's finance ministers said.
An eleventh-hour deal in Cyprus helped Asian and European markets higher on Monday, but analysts warn that "risk-on" may be short lived, with downside risks remaining.
British police searched for radiation and chemicals at former Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky's home near London on Sunday but found none, and said there was no evidence anyone else was involved in his still unexplained death.
A special committee of Dell board is evaluating separate takeover proposals from Blackstone and billionaire investor Carl Icahn to decide whether either or both are likely to trump an existing $24.4 billion take-private deal.
There was little sign of spring across a large swath of the U.S. Midwest on Sunday as a powerful storm dumped heavy snow across a widespread area.
BofA Chief Executive Brian Moynihan will need to hold shares likely worth millions of dollars for at least a year after he retires, under a new compensation policy.
Best Buy said its founder Richard Schulze is coming back to the company as chairman emeritus.
Research by Wells Capital suggests that any sudden rise in bond yields after a Federal Reserve exit will benefit stocks.
A new survey finds Boomers' fears about finances have abated, with nearly a quarter of them feeling more secure than they did 12 months ago.
Investment bankers still get paid much more than other professionals, but for the first time in a generation, the gap is narrowing. The Financial Times reports.
Apollo Group, owner of the University of Phoenix, reported a better-than-expected profit, but said student sign-ups fell for the fourth straight quarter.
Dell shareholders would "lose badly" if the takeover battle for the struggling PC maker results in Michael Dell losing control, management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld told CNBC.
There is a much simpler and faster way for Japan to stimulate economic growth. Economist Michael Ivanovitch tells you what that is.
From the successful campaign against trans fats to San Francisco's ban on toys in McDonald's Happy Meals to first lady Michelle Obama's campaign against childhood obesity, it's clear that makers of so-called junk foods face a widening public relations battle. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Dollar General posted a higher quarterly profit on Monday as increased sales of food and other basics helped drive growth despite consumers' concerns about the economy.
CNBC's Squawk Box discusses whether the messy Cyprus deal will cast doubt over future Troika deals.
The full globalization of the Chinese economy will not be painless Pascal Lamy, director general of the World Trade Organization, tells CNBC.
Despite the sequester some high level Federal executives are scheduled to get millions of dollars bonuses.
Plunking down $1.1 billion for blogging platform Tumblr was easy, now Yahoo has to not "screw it up," NBC reports.
Prices are stabilizing in SC, but in the Hamptons, home prices are roaring back and rentals are fully booked.
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Top IRS say they were unaware of the agency's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny until recently.
The Fed's move on monetary accommodation will ride on the economy's reaction to government spending cuts and high taxes.
Republicans target Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for her soliciting of funds on behalf of a non-profit group.