A former Twitter employee claims he was fired despite having received performance reviews that met or exceeded expectations, SFGate reports.
General Motors' two largest markets, China and the U.S., drove the company's results.
The Federal Reserve's policy-setting panel is 'likely' to start raising rates in early 2015, if not sooner, a top Fed official said on Wednesday.
Alix Tichelman pleaded not guilty in the death of Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes.
Media group 21st Century Fox confirmed that it made an offer to acquire peer Time Warner, but Time Warner rebuffed the offer.
Steve Jobs probably wouldn't have approved of the IBM deal, but get used to it—this is the new age Apple, says Michael Yoshikami.
Mary Callahan Erdoes of JPMorgan Asset Management, is concerned about retail investors continuing to invest in bonds despite the growing risks.
The recent rally in tech stocks has lacked one notable Internet name: eBay.
An open letter from King George III to Jack Lew, applauding his brilliant remarks on the importance of taxes.
A merger between 21st Century Fox and Time Warner would be a "great deal" investor Ken Griffin said.
McDonald's franchisees' sales outlook for the next six months is the darkest it's been in more than a decade, according to a new report.
It's as true as ever. Family wealth seems to hit a cliff at the third generation. How can today's rich make their wealth last over time?
"My general assessment at this point is that threats to financial stability are at a moderate level and not a very high level," Yellen said.
Bank of America has offered $13 billion to settle a probe into mortgage securities sold by the bank, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Larry Robbins' big idea for companies is debt—loads of debt at a time when rates are still low but ready to rise.
New York Attorney General Eric Scheiderman announced Wednesday that his office reached a settlement with Apple over E-books price-fixing.
There's no beer without hops, and with prices for the critical ingredient rising, craft brewers are paying attention.
BlackBerry's shares took a hit after IBM said it planned to partner with Apple to sell iPhones and iPads loaded with business applications.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and TheStreet's Herb Greenberg made a friendly bet on coffee vs. gold. Who won?
Bank results are on a roll, and it's picking up speed. Yet these stocks are starting to look pricey.