Donald Sterling, the embattled owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, said he intends to "fight to keep" the basketball team.
Families of victims who died in GM vehicles with faulty ignition switches will congregate before the automaker's annual meeting.
The world added 2.6 million millionaire households last year, showing that the rich are getting richer—and far more numerous, according to Boston Consulting Group.
David Marcus, who has led eBay's PayPal unit for the past two years, will join Facebook, the companies announced on Monday.
Apple shares closed higher Friday, and the pros are already speculating about when the stock will hit $100.
The ECB's latest actions received major criticism on Tuesday, with the head of think tank ZEW detailing his concerns.
A second Chinese military unit has been accused of cybercrime, just weeks after the U.S. charged five officers with alleged economic espionage.
A person who found personal information of 413 Obamacare enrollees in an abandoned backpack in Connecticut first contacted a top GOP legislator.
If you told a bond trader three years ago the euro zone bond market would be performing as it is now, you would have been laughed out of the room.
The high profile crash injuring comedian Tracy Morgan comes after a Senate panel approved rolling back new rest rules for truck drivers.
Borrowers might find that newly expanded income-based student loan repayment won’t save them in the long run.
Enough with the negative interest rates and fancy stimulus programs. Here's what the US and EU need to do to spur growth, says Jake Novak.
The NCAA's $20 million settlement over college-themed football and basketball games will not affect EA's strategy, its CEO said.
Sam's Club is just weeks away from becoming the first national retailer to offer its customers a chip-enabled "smart card."
China's annual consumer inflation rose 2.5 percent in May, faster than April's 1.8 percent rise, data on Tuesday showed.
Baupost Group appears to have made a nearly $1 billion off of Merck's deal to buy Idenix.
With Sony's PlayStation outselling Microsoft's Xbox One, the pressure is on for Microsoft to show it has the new games to boost sales of its console.
Dunkin' Brands' CEO doesn't have a problem with having a minimum wage. He just doesn't think it should be decided on a federal level.
International Game Technology decided to seek a buyer after company stock plummeted.
President Obama's expansion of the student loan program doesn't target the root cause of the problem, AEI's Andrew Kelly told CNBC.