As Apple hits new highs, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is betting on it to lift the Nasdaq.
CNBC's "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play the steadily rising sectors.
A new wireless technology that claims exponentially better performance than current mobile networks will be introduced in San Francisco this year.
Greater clarity over an interest rate hike could come on Tuesday or Wednesday as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks with Congress.
The global economy's recovery has been anemic at best, but putting women to work would likely change that, the world's lender of last resort said.
Apple and the number five was on the mind of analysts as two of them sent notes to clients laying out five reasons to buy the stock.
President Barack Obama warned on Monday that a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security would hurt the U.S. economy.
Don't open wide with your wallet at the dentist's office. Brush up on your skepticism.
U.S. officials are investigating at least 10 major banks for the possible rigging of precious-metals markets, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Two new studies show conflicting data on how prepared Americans are for emergency financial situations.
A Yahoo executive clashed with the new head of the NSA at a conference over the privacy of online data and new security technologies.
Tech deal activity soared last year and is likely to continue this year.
Mobile World Congress is normally dominated by Samsung headlines, but this year, Chinese smartphone makers are angling to steal the limelight.
Kiev accused pro-Russian rebels of opening fire with rockets and artillery at villages in southeastern Ukraine, all but burying a week-old cease-fire.
A disturbing number of Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings, a new study finds.
Nests made from swiftlets' saliva are being mixed into coffee and cereal as the producers seek to broaden its appeal, and their profit margins.
The minimum wage debate will be a key focus of the 2016 presidential election, the former senior advisor to President Obama told CNBC.
Rep. Jenkins is seeking support for a bill that will boost 529 college-savings plans — not tax them, like President Obama proposed.
When Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks before Congress, asset classes that would benefit from a short-term interest rate hike will likely gain.
A poll on the amount that the wealthy pay in taxes seems straightforward, but there are some caveats.