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
Google is not just a search giant anymore. The company's push into a variety of different ventures have made it a force to be reckoned with in the tech industry.
The Fed's report on the economy reveals that businesses across America say they are slowing hiring because of the Affordable Care Act. Maybe this thing really is a "jobs killer."
Dell on Thursday said it welcomed Carl Icahn, who has built up a 100 million share stake in the company, and other interested parties as the computer maker seeks to go private.
Facebook appointed a former Genentech executive to its board of directors, the social networking company's latest move to expand its boardroom following its initial public offering last May.
U.S. safety regulators are poised to approve a plan to allow Boeing Co to begin flight tests of the 787 Dreamliner with a fix for its volatile batteries, a critical step towards returning the grounded aircraft to service, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Former JC Penney CEO Allen Questrom says that the company's board of directors needs to act.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy unchanged and upgraded its assessment of the economy, as the central bank prepares to install a new governor and two new deputy governors tasked with doing more to end deflation.
China's property sector is not headed for a U.S. style crash, said Fang Fang, chief executive officer for China investment banking at JPMorgan Chase.
Carrefour, Europe's biggest retailer, said it would boost capital spending this year to revive its struggling hypermarkets after 2012 profits fell 2.6 percent, depressed by falling demand in recession-hit Spain and Italy.
Stock-market bulls are finally getting some data to back up their bets that the U.S. economic recovery is picking up steam.
Even amid declining stock market correlation, active managers are still having a tough time staying competitive.
"Will the Fed be able to pass the baton to the economy and will the economy be able to run with it?"
Rail company BNSF Railway expects to be moving a million barrels of oil a day in the not too distant future, and it would like to move it with natural gas powered locomotives.
The European Central Bank will eschew dramatic action to help Italy or other euro zone countries caught up in its backwash, despite the threat of political turmoil in Rome reigniting the bloc's debt crisis.
Do you believe the Bank of England should do more to stimulate the U.K. economy, which is on the edge of a triple-dip recession?
The Bank of England will make clearer on Thursday where its priorities for nursing Britain's ailing economy lie, with opinion split evenly on whether it will unveil another round of bond buying.
"The economy is not in full swing but we're moving in the right direction," one economist said.
Chinese have been scrambling for ways to get around the new housing tax, including, getting a divorce.
Carl Icahn appears set to enter the fray over the leveraged buyout of Dell. Trading sources say they are confident that Icahn has amassed a position in Dell that may approach 100 million shares, and would bring him to a roughly 6 percent ownership.
At the IHS CERAWeek Conference in Houston on Wednesday, CNBC spoke to BP CEO Bob Dudley about the persistent cyber threats that companies like his receive.
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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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.