It was man versus machine when Bill Ackman interviewed Ray Dalio in New York.
The country celebrates Valentine's Day differently, by type of gift and amount of spending across regions and top cities, according to data.
Confidence in U.S. stocks will likely continue as investors digest encouraging news in an abbreviated trading week following the S&P's record close.
Harsh droughts lasting decades are likely to dry out a broad swath of America's heartland, even if we reduce carbon emissions in the next 50 years, researchers say.
President Barack Obama sat down with Re/code’s Kara Swisher to hash out a range of tech-focused topics.
Wall Street believes many oil stocks will emerge from their funk this year, according to a report from Birinyi Associates.
The US is mulling a longer period for tax filers who owe penalties for not carrying insurance in 2014, according to a report.
This stock is up more than 25 percent this year, but "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer says it has much more room to grow.
CNBC's "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play a price spike in some key commodities.
The strengthening greenback is taking its toll on many companies. Here are seven hard-hit ones.
Several hundred employees are working to create an Apple electric car, Dow Jones reported.
Something unusual is happening this year when one company announces it is buying another. Shares of the acquirer are going up.
Some companies have a better chance than others at managing the fallout from plunging oil prices.
Jim Cramer outlines his game plan for next week, noting that major bucks could be made if an educated risk is taken on this event.
The U.S. government will begin accepting Apple Pay later this year, said Apple CEO Tim Cook.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on changes in the holdings of hedge fund heavyweight Appaloosa Management.
By turning human embryonic stem cells into a cerebellum, Japanese researchers constructed a part of an "artificial brain," Discovery.com reported.
It's time to pass legislation that counts homeless kids correctly so they can get the help they need, says Covenant House President Kevin Ryan.
One Texas-based CEO explained Friday how very cheap oil could hurt people.
Tech has rallied this week, so where is the opportunity? Two pros give their picks.