After a court battle, the peer-to-peer home rental company has agreed to comply with a subpoena but, at least initially, in an anonymous way.
Despite congressional testimony in favor of online gambling, the group representing U.S. casinos has withdrawn its support for the practice.
AT&T's bid for DirecTV may hinge on keeping NFL Sunday Ticket but AT&T's CEO said it will stay out of negotiations with the NFL.
Stocks rallied, with the Dow rebounding from a 3-week low, as traders awaited minutes from the Fed's last policy meeting.
As the Russian elite gathers for the St Petersburg Economic Forum, they will be all too aware the future looks less certain than it has for years.
This year alone Ben Bernanke, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, could make millions of dollars from speaking engagements.
Perhaps no election in recent history has been as important for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's own sense of self.
A new company called Blade is launching a service between New York and the Hamptons this week that allows you to crowdsource a helicopter charter.
And "there's more selling to come,' closely followed investor Dennis Gartman tells CNBC.
This chocolate company is investing in tech to drive productivity and innovation. It even has a futurist on staff. Up next: 3-D manufacturing.
Lowe's posted quarterly earnings and revenue that missed Wall Street expectations Thursday, due in part by a lower tax rate.
Target delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations, although revenue surprised to the upside.
Applications to purchase a home fell 3 percent week to week even though mortgage rates are at their lowest levels since November.
A day after recalling 2.6 million vehicles globally, GM is recalling 218,000 Chevrolet Aveos in the United States because of a fire risk.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation wants weed growers to know that, at least at the federal level, the times they aren't a-changing.
Government statistics project 70 percent of Americans over age 65 will eventually need long-term care, but most people aren't prepared.
Robo-advisor firms are positioning themselves to cater to underserved investors who do not meet traditional wealth-management minimums.
Fed watchers could be spiced up with some new information on the Fed's post-bond buying strategy, which may lead to even more market volatility.
JPMorgan Chase will provide $100 million to help debt-ridden Detroit over the next five years, according to sources. The NYT reports.
Companies like to say "What's good for American business is good for America." But there's a question we need to ask first.