T-Mobile CEO John Legere told CNBC he is ready to take on the competition and "investing like crazy."
Can't put down your smartphone? You're not alone.
Apple is facing a lawsuit for poaching car battery maker A123's automotive engineers for its battery division.
Two Aussies have preserved a McDonald’s quarter pounder with cheese (in its original wrapping) for 20 years -- and it’s showing no signs of rotting.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Wal-Mart's latest move will help the company in the long term.
Yahoo looks to further develop its mobile business and impress developers at its first mobile developer conference.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, offering fresh evidence that the labor market was gathering steam.
Aramex's founder Fadi Ghandour is opening community centers throughout the Middle East to build a stronger civil society in the war-torn region.
With tech stocks moving into its March Madness season, analysts say that stock plays on the Apple ecosystem and the so-called "Internet of Things" are buys.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Starwood Hotels founder Barry Sternlicht says the CEO change at the international hotel chain reflected a concern about lagging innovation.
Bullish options activity in Deere follows Warren Buffett's double down in the company last year.
Over 160 patients may have been exposed to a "superbug" between last October and January, the UCLA Health System said Wednesday.
American auto buyers are borrowing more than ever, but the people taking out auto loans may surprise you.
"We need aggressive leadership to take the fight to them instead of waiting for it to come to us," possible GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker tells CNBC.
Bad drivers stopped for moving violations are paying much higher car insurance premiums in many states.
Find out who gets an "A" or an "F" from investors in the hedge fund world.
Do your homework on this biotech whiz kid and look to buy, says “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer
Hits to the oil sector on Wednesday amid sustained volatility opened up opportunities to buy on weakness, "Fast Money" traders said.
U.S. authorities are investigating whether a hacker is behind the online publication of a cache of Morgan Stanley's client data.