The Dow Jones industrial average flirted with 17,000 for the first time on Friday, just 7 months after closing above 16,000 for the first time.
A former fed governor and a billionaire investor blame the Fed's easy money policies for some economic woes but Steve Liesman says not so fast.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has acknowledged it was a mistake for him to compare alcoholism and homosexuality in an effort to explain his views.
Jeff Bezos is giddy about Amazon.com's first smartphone. He has some work to do to get consumers equally excited.
Genetics startup 23andMe said it is one step closer to resuming sales of its full-fledged health product.
After speaking with this young company, Jim Cramer said it should frighten much larger rivals.
The FBI has been investigating a wave of so-called denial-of-service, or DDoS attacks, against web start-ups. The New York Times reports.
Facebook was unavailable for many users late Friday afternoon in an outage that followed a brief one on Thursday morning.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority revealed a plan for a food hall in Grand Central Station's Vanderbilt Hall.
The most dynamic CEOs today, as identified by members of the latest CNBC Disruptor 50 list.
Amid an ongoing rail strike, France's two biggest air traffic controllers' unions are calling for a six-day action.
Hot weather can actually reduce a vehicle's fuel consumption, if drivers follow some basic tips.
Wells Fargo analyst Paul Lejuez said the handbag maker is "attempting something very difficult."
Court documents released Thursday alleged that Walker coordinated fundraising with outside conservative groups during a recall election.
Russian troops along Ukraine's border and the establishment of defense units by Russian authorities are troubling developments, the White House said.
Iraq is on the verge of collapse—and working with Iran is a "flawed strategy," says former White House foreign-affairs adviser David L. Phillips.
Expanding Medicaid eligibility will significantly affect uninsured rates in seven major cities, and bring them billions in federal money, according to a study.
Using conservation as a baseline, Opower broke down a few World Cup contenders according to their energy policies.
Days before its annual developer conference, Google is shedding more light on its efforts to penetrate the wearable market, Re/code reports.
The U.S. has dispatched similar teams around the world and they have been unable to affect outcomes. The Fiscal Times reports.