More U.S. cities are facing fiscal squeezes and borrowing to balance their budgets. Richard Ravitch calls it a recipe for disaster.
For all the challenges facing U.S. start-ups and small businesses, they seem to be better off than their counterparts in the developed world.
Here are some apps recommendations from "Valley Girl" Jesse Draper that can help you manage your health.
Russia's Vladimir Yakunins dismissed U.S. sanctions as inappropriate - but conceded they had impacted business.
Stanley Fischer has been confirmed to join the board of governors, meaning he'll have a vote—and an important say—in monetary policy.
These tech companies gives employees perks that will make you drool.
Google is developing a tablet that can capture 3D images, according to the WSJ.
Veteran trader Art Cashin identifies an issue he thinks could lead to another financial crisis if not handled properly.
Oligarch Petro Poroshenko is likely to win Ukraine's presidential election on Sunday, but has told CNBC that Russia might not accept the results.
Britain's financial regulator has fined Barclays £26 million ($43 million) for control failings regarding setting of gold prices.
Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.
Formula 1 - with its fast cars and petrol-fuelled action - is matched by the high-octane salaries. Here are the top 10 best paid racers.
Concerns about shadow banking in China are overblown, the chairman of China Investment Corporation told CNBC.
General Motors, which has already recalled almost 16 million vehicles worldwide this year, is expected to continue issuing recalls.
Policymakers at the WEF in Manila this week say capital outflows from emerging markets are likely once the Fed signals rate hikes, but any selling should be limited.
The 9/11 Museum opened to outrage among some victims' families over a gift shop at the site and a reception held close to victims' remains—NBC News.
Wasn’t it yesterday that the Street wanted nothing to do with high multiple growth stocks?
The Fed insists it can hold interest rates low enough for long enough to ensure a recovery. The reality may prove quite a bit different
Interest rates may still be low right now, but don't be surprised if they rise quickly, Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll said.
The gas deal signals changes for several key global issues, and it will give Putin bragging rights in the face of recent Western sanctions.