For the first time, the Belgian chocolate specialist will sell soft serve, USA Today reports.
The cooking star plans to launch Internet network in September, USA Today reports.
D-Wave's Vern Brownell is leading the quantum-computing race. The former Goldman Sachs CTO also wants a quantum leap in Wall Street banking.
Stocks are calm, but investors need to be vigilant against complacency because it can lead to upheaval in the market, Goldman Sachs CEO tells CNBC.
The hunt for yield has taken investors to risky places. In the latest gamble, some are going up against the toughest defenses in the NFL.
There's just no making sense of the government bond market.
The U.S. reported a $130 billion deficit in May after a surplus in April, but this year's imbalance is on track to be the lowest in 6 years.
Lowe's is launching a simulation room that enables customers to view a 3-D representation of their renovation projects.
Wall Street is about to embrace bitcoin in a big way, said Barry Silbert, CEO of SecondMarket, at the Exponential Finance conference.
Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, looking to expand the content their game offerings, are courting independent developers.
A battle between two liquor companies over who has the right to label their whiskey as following authentic Tennessee style.
Bad weather in the U.S., the crisis in Ukraine, rebalancing in China and a rise in interest rates will hit growth, the World Bank says.
Who is the tea party Congressional candidate who upset Eric Cantor in a Virginia Republican primary? The Fiscal Times reports.
Glenn Britt, the former CEO and chairman of Time Warner Cable who stepped down last year, died at age 65. USA Today reports.
Mortgage activity finally responded to lower interest rates but just as rates began to rise again.
Forget the mouse and keyboard. Virtual worlds like High Fidelity rely purely on a 3-D camera and motion trackers to offer video conferencing online.
Taxi-hailing app Uber saw sign-ups jump to record levels following a rush of publicity, as cab drivers across Europe went on strike.
Apple, Starbucks and Fiat will come under the European Union (EU) spotlight with an investigation into how they avoided paying tax.
Before Eric Cantor's defeat, Washington policy panic attacks seem to have faded into distant memory, according to the Policy Uncertainty Index.
Alibaba will likely file new documents next week on first-quarter results and a breakdown of Alibaba's businesses and partners, sources told CNBC.