Ann Winblad, managing director of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, tells CNBC why LinkedIn should get plenty of respect.
People's attitudes toward global warming are dependent on the weather. They are less likely to believe on colder days.
This winter storm in the East is likely to put the kibosh on many travelers' plans. How to make sure you're on the next flight out.
But Joseph Stiglitz says Europe should try to hold the single currency euro together.
Stocks have suffered a mighty volatile start to 2015. So why has the volatility index fallen so sharply?
So-called "work martyrs" give hundreds of hours in free labor to their employers every year but who benefits?
Apple can continue to grow in China despite market dominance by Android and other cellphone makers, one analyst said.
The national average hotel room rate is forecast to rise 5.4 percent, according to PKF Hospitality Research.
Chipotle Mexican Grill wants your next meal to be on the house.
This beaten-up casualty of smartphones is making a comeback in the fitness wearables market, according to Wall Street.
Massachusetts vs. Washington, home states of the two Super Bowl teams. Which state has the better economy and quality of life?
The middle class of the U.S. keeps shrinking as more Americans fall into the bottom, The New York Times reports.
Greece's elections could signal a shift in the Old Continent's economic policies, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
Towns and cities along the Northeastern and mid-Atlantic coast were under flood watches, warnings and advisories on Monday morning.
Can the bull market continue if companies aren't growing their top line? The latest figures show analysts forecasting little revenue growth for 2015.
It is a surprise to some investors to learn there are CEOs working well into their 80s and 90s, USA Today reports.
HUD's Julian Castro says new lower annual premiums on Federal Housing Administration loans will not cause another taxpayer bailout.
Falling oil prices will continue to boost profits for American companies this year, according to a recent survey of business economists.
In France, a distaste for unusual baby names has seen two - Nutella and Strawberry - get overturned.
As Microsoft was wowing the tech world with holographic goggles that blend the virtual and physical worlds, investors were selling the stock.