Finland's Rovio will start tailoring its Angry Birds mobile games to the Chinese market as it aims to step up business in the world's most populous country.
ABP's attempt to reduce the maximum civil fine it could face for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was rejected on Thursday.
Jim Cramer is seeing schizophrenic estimates from oil analysts. Here's the best way to best play the battling oil patch.
Hearsay is introducing a set of tools focused on financial services to help advisors keep their jobs in the face of robo-advisors.
The U.S. is "closely" monitoring Greek talks with creditors as they have increased global uncertainty, a Treasury official said.
In a showdown between the ECB and Greek government for a debt extension, panicked depositors are withdrawing millions from local banks.
Jim Cramer shares his pick of top brass that are killing the competition and making shareholder dough.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Nordstrom, Noodles, Intuit & more.
How a group of con men from Bangladesh came to New York City and used Atlantic City casinos to steal millions, according to investigators.
It still pays to have a college degree, but new research shows the benefit varies depending on the field and level of experience, NBCNews reports.
When the biggest retailer in the world talks wages, other companies are going to listen.
RBC Capital Market's Amit Daryanani told CNBC on Thursday that a $200 billion capital return program from Apple is possible.
While the wage hike will provide some much-needed financial relief for Wal-Mart workers, there's a bigger beneficiary of the move.
Wal-Mart's new wage costs by state, shows how the updated minimum wage will affect their spending in each state.
Mark Cuban dishes on some of his tech and media investments in an exclusive interview at the Code/Media conference.
With about 575 million monthly mobile visitors, Yahoo is "the third-largest mobile ad company in the world," Mayer said.
Your connected car is getting a little easier to compromise.
Former Crazy Eddie CFO Sam Antar says he tipped off the authorities to money laundering via Israeli banks 25 years ago.
The credit card company's rules for merchants violate antitrust laws, a US judged ruled Thursday.
As Europe's debt talks with Greece's anti-austerity government continue, another austerity hater builds support in Spain.