The White House tapped former Microsoft executive Kurt DelBene to replace Jeff Zients as HealthCare.gov's Mr. Fix-it.
Detroit's bankruptcy recovery begins as a bond insurance firm drops objections to a controversial financing plan to reach agreements with the city.
Twitter says it fully reversed changes to its controversial "block" feature, but did it?
Ralph Nader has fought many battles against powerful interests and now says it's time for investors to band together to fight corporations.
The board member leading Microsoft Corp's search for a new chief executive said on Tuesday he expects an appointment to be made early next year.
Stocks are being led by the dangerous "monetary manipulation" of the Fed's massive bond purchases, market watcher Jim Grant tells CNBC.
To help avert a financial crisis, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Russia's gas supply prices to Ukraine will be cut by one-third.
BP filed a fraud lawsuit to halt some of the $2.3 billion it set aside to compensate commercial fishermen for losses claimed after the 2010 oil spill.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
Although they had only two weekends left to shop before Christmas, people stayed home Saturday, according to a report from ShopperTrak.
Whole Foods wants to expand to 1,200 stores throughout the U.S., nearly three times the number it currently operates worldwide.
Two U.S. senators are criticizing a federal agency for not booting criminal doctors from a list of approved Medicare providers as required by law.
Chris Manzi won a much smaller Mega Millions jackpot than Tuesday night's drawing, but he still has some wisdom on winning.
Political turmoil in Europe is just one of the predictions that Saxo Bank has offered for the coming year.
Twitter's high valuation just doesn't make sense, some analysts say.
In a shift of rainmakers on Wall Street, asset and hedge fund managers are edging out bankers when it comes to the size of year-end bonuses.
After TrueCar changed its website, and the system became less competitive, U.S. antitrust enforcers are now trying to unravel what happened.
Did Beyonce's surprise album release show that marketing as we know it is dead? This professional T-shirt wearer and marketing maverick weighs in.
Amazon never seems to be able to generate profits, says Paul Isaac, founder of Arbiter Partners, who's short the stock.
The announcement that GSK will stop paying doctors and remove sales incentives is a sea-change in an industry struggling with faltering sales.