The Orion, which may take astronauts to asteroids and Mars, is scheduled for an unmanned test launch on Dec. 4.
J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler speaks at the CNBC 25th anniversary gala.
Kraft Foods Group fired most of its advertising agencies this week, the company confirmed to CNBC.com.
Two major breakfast-focused coffee chains may start serving dinner items in 2015.
Great advice on being a strong, independent woman from Diane Keaton, Robin Roberts and other leading ladies.
The market turmoil of mid-October seems all but forgotten now, but the worries over similar recurring events remain.
What's behind the big bet that Beazer shares will get chopped in half?
Billionaire private equity titan David Rubenstein says the U.S. is the best spot in the world to invest, despite Washington gridlock.
People hoping for an era of good feelings and accomplishment in the next Congress will be very disappointed.
Stocks will likely double from current levels over the next 10 years, billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron says.
You won't believe who Jon Najarian is sitting this week. Meanwhile, Pete picks a surprising sleeper whose team may be struggling, but he isn't.
October's employment report does little to change expectations for the economy or the Fed.
The U.S. Labor Department said Friday that the unemployment rate hit 5.8 percent in October, but does that rate tell the real story?
Researchers, companies and Wall Street are gathering to gain a sense of bringing potentially multibillion dollar drugs to market.
"The Hunger Games" will launch on stage in summer 2016 in a production led by Imagine Nation's Robin de Levita, Lionsgate said.
IAC Interactive Chairman Barry Diller and Martha Stewart discussed the future of media in the digital world at the CNBC 25 Gala.
The volume of trades and bets placed on video game matches are booming, reports NBC News.
A massive Sandy-eske storm will hit Alaska—will cause a major chill for much of the United States. NBC News reports.
Johnson & Johnson is partnering with Plug and Play's Internet of Things Accelerator, joining Bosch and State Farm in the start-up hunt.
Amazon's newest device, "Echo," is a standalone Siri-like virtual assistant for the home. Just say "Alexa" and see what happens.