Americans would rather go without sex than give up their mobile phones, televisions or Internet connections, according to a recent survey.
Bitcoin suffered further price volatility on Monday as major exchange Mt Gox blamed its ongoing technical issues on a critical flaw in the cryptocurrency.
A parody of Starbucks called Dumb Starbucks gave away free coffee this weekend in Los Angeles. USA Today reports.
The Quantum Endowment fund was named the world's most successful hedge fund, after it gained $5.5 billion in 2013.
Designers at New York Fashion Week are bringing appetizing fashions to the runway, showcasing innovative outerwear, rich colors and luxurious fabrics.
Charter Communications is planning to announce 13 nominees to Time Warner Cable's board as soon as Monday.
The U.S. plans to take India to the World Trade Organisation over subsidies New Delhi gives to its solar power industry.
Carl Icahn got most of what he wanted from Apple. But is that really good for the company?
J.P. Morgan Chief Economist Bruce Kasman says people should look through the noise and focus on economic growth.
While Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao wouldn't confirm details about a Spanish cable deal to CNBC, he did disclose his company's huge global ambitions.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says McDonald's has a big branding problem, but that doesn't mean its stock lacks potential.
Thousands of new job and business opportunities accompanied Colorado legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use.
Several auctions have popped up on the online marketplace eBay featuring iPhones that included an installed copy of Flappy Bird. USA TODAY reports.
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Activist investor Carl Icahn waved the white flag Monday in his campaign to prod Apple into buying back more of its stock.
Many companies are now choosing to file IPOs confidentially. Yet some question whether such filings benefit investors or just the companies. NYT reports.
With 53 million Hispanics in the U.S., the financial sector sees Latinos as a key growth area.
After a year of higher taxes, small businesses face uncertainty on tax deductions they've come to rely on, The New York Times reports.
The developer of "Flappy Bird" took the game down at midnight on Sunday as he announced he would do 22 hours earlier.
Millions of jobless Americans are wondering if this economic recovery is as good as it gets. Increasingly, it looks that way.