An earthquake with estimated magnitude of 7.9 shook Nepal on Saturday near its capital, killing at least 688 people. The NY Times reports.» Read More
Snapchat is valuing itself at $16 billion to $19 billion for its latest funding round, according to a new report.
President Obama suggested the European Commission's focus on large U.S. tech firms.
An all-time high of 2,209 private equity funds are currently seeking $811 billion from investors, according to new data.
Greece will ask for an extension of its loan agreement tomorrow, Reuters and Dow Jones reported, citing sources.
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Hedge funds are taking money out of the market, and that's a good sign, Fundstrat founder Tom Lee tells CNBC.
A CSX train carrying oil derailed and erupted into flames in West Virginia, adding to safety worries about transporting crude on railroads.
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Chicago trader Jeff Kilburg gives the best way to profit from the volatile oil trade.
Saladworks LLC filed for bankruptcy protection as it seeks "to address pending litigation and facilitate a sale or restructuring transaction."
Princeton University received nearly $300 million worth of rare books and manuscripts, marking the largest donation in the school's history.
A BNP Paribas credit trader died while hiking in extreme cold over the holiday weekend in the mountains of New Hampshire.
The doughnut chain apologized after one of its UK franchise partners advertised a event for the 'KKK,' its Krispy Kreme Klub.
Microsoft's radical transformation into an industry collaborator continues as the company announces deals with Salesforce.com, Citrix and Box.
The currency broker hammered by the Swiss National Bank's move last month will stop trading selected currencies this week.
The change will affect more than 250 products across 10 brands, including Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch and Baby Ruth.
One CEO says his company has 200 containers with millions of dollars in inventory stuck offshore.
Political scandals tend to be debatable but here's one that both Republicans and Democrats can finally agree on!
CNBC hit the New York Toy Fair with two pint-sized analysts in tow, to find some of the hottest toys that kids will really want to play with.
The economy has been humming lately, with output and job growth accelerating, but future gains may be limited by a creaky engine.