Facebook is going head to head with rival Snapchat in the video-chat app market as the former tries to win back users from the popular messaging app.
Two key pieces of data this week could speak volumes about the strength of the housing market.
Unsold properties have spurred fears that China's real-estate market may be a ready-to-burst bubble, but its "ghost towns" may not be all that empty.
Mobile health can be part of a cure for rising insurance costs. Here are six preventative health apps that can help consumers and employers.
AstraZeneca is preparing to reject a £69 billion takeover bid by Pfizer hours after the latter said it would walk away if its offer were rebuffed.
Japan has an "innate right" to defend itself, an advisor to PM Shinzo Abe said, following its steps to move Japan away from its pacifist constitution.
The two new nominees to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors are expected to push for an expanded Fed role in managing the U.S. economy.
It would behoove central bankers around the world not to ignore this wicked curve ball being thrown at them, says Ron Insana.
Sales of bundled US corporate debt are to surpass levels at the peak of the credit bubble, as the search for yield leads investors to abandon caution.
When a classic brand disappears while it is still wanted and the right people take up the cause, it can rise from the ashes
General Motors has now recalled more than 11 million vehicles in the U.S. this year.
The franchise model continues to grow in the US, and more owners are now making millions from little-known franchising concepts.
Some of high-ranking retired military brass are advocating for a radical way to bolster national security: Improve the fitness of children
Married same-sex couples are recognized by the federal government and some states, but couples still must watch for pitfalls.
CNBC's cameras went inside this Long Island estate that has an indoor pool and a bowling alley for those who don’t like to get wet.
Britain's wealthiest people are richer than they have ever been, with a combined fortune of $874 billion, according to an annual study.
When Russia seized Crimea in March, it also acquired the rights to trillion-dollar resources, the New York Times reports.
Whether you win a lottery or get picked in the NFL draft, careful planning is required to avoid going bankrupt, as do most suddenly rich.
Vietnam flooded major cities with police to avert anti-China protests in the wake of rare and deadly rioting.
This stock has climbed roughly 86 percent year-to-date, but Jim Cramer thinks it has even more room to run.