Don't underestimate European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, Jim O'Neill says.
North Carolina's attorney general says GlaxoSmithKline will pay 45 states $105 million to settle claims that it unlawfully marketed drugs.
Time Warner Inc. is spinning off its magazine division into a stock called Time Inc. Betting against it is a risky move.
U.S. companies such as Facebook threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People's Daily on its microblog.
The US is sending a delegation to Southeast Asia to promote US business in the region, a key for growth and competitiveness, says Sec. Pritzker.
Americans are using cash more frequently than any other type of payment, a new report shows, especially when it comes to small purchases.
The former AIG CEO made the decision to stay in China in 1989, even as other Western businesses fled the country.
Just 1½ years after a labor dispute brought hockey to a halt, the NHL finds itself stronger than ever.
Airbnb is encouraging hosts to throw fee-based dinners for strangers as part of a new pilot program in its home city, San Francisco.
A field of 25 bidders has been narrowed to a final few who want to buy a Times Square hotel infamous for winning a dubious "dirty" honor.
Five of the most expensive project failures–or potential failures–that are right now costing taxpayers billions of dollars.
Authorities have discovered the methods fugitive hacker 'Slavik' used to pull off $100 million of alleged bank heists. USA Today reports.
Generational forces and still-tight mortgage lending standards are holding back housing from a more robust recovery, Lennar CEO Stuart Miller tells CNBC.
The Moms group has had success in changing other gun policies after launching similar campaigns against restaurants.
The National Rifle Association is rolling back an earlier statement in which the group criticized "open carry" rallies in Texas.
Sallie Krawcheck, a former big bank executive, will start an index fund focused on companies with gender diversity. The NYT reports.
GM says it will release the results of an outside attorney's investigation into its mishandled recall of small cars on Thursday morning.
The court said Judge Jed Rakoff was wrong to require the SEC to establish the "truth" as a condition of approving the deal.
The National Security Agency's snooping is about to get more difficult. NYT reports.
Fresh off his dramatic Indianapolis 500 win, Ryan Hunter-Reay also addressed the question he said everyone asks: How do you fit into the car.