In the long bumpy road toward the F-35 fighter's deployment, nothing may be stranger than the story about hot fuel.
Technology investors are gearing up for a holiday shopping spree. LendingClub headlines a banner week for Internet IPOs.
Two young engineers invented a product that uses LED lights to fight bacteria and decrease risk of infections in hospitals and public spaces.
It's that time of year — performance-review time! Here are 7 tips so you don't screw it up.
Billionaire investor Mario Gabelli tells CNBC about three auto parts stocks he likes and two convenience store operators that should benefit from cheaper gasoline.
Mark Cuban, once the target of a big U.S. insider trading probe, met publicly with Christopher Cox, the former SEC chairman, for the first time.
Ohio's economy is on the upswing and unemployment is down. But that could change because of pressure on the health sector due to Obamacare.
Amazon has big changes in store for the way you check out online goods, and how you might receive them.
Jonathan Gruber apologized repeatedly for a series of verbal gaffes about Obamacare, but urged people not to hold it against the law itself.
A survey commissioned by Expedia showed passengers that kick the rear seat are the most annoying type of airline riders, reports USA Today.
CEO Kevin Plank says Under Armour will protect margins rather than play into holiday promotions.
The loss of manufacturing has crushed rust belt cities like Cleveland, but a medical renaissance has helped city businesses to rebound.
More photos are being taken than ever before, but not with traditional cameras.
The cost of job-based health coverage, including premiums and deductibles, has outpaced wage growth in the past decade, squeezing household budgets.
The drone at a Brooklyn TGI Fridays was intended to inspire couples to get romantic, but a piece of customer's nose was chipped off instead.
Just when market participants started to adjust to the Federal Reserve being on hold even longer than originally expected comes a bit of a twist.
The past two holiday seasons have been a little less than merry for Victoria's Secret and parent L Brands. But this year could be different.
This year has seen the world's central banks starting to go their own separate ways -- a process of change that will continue in 2015.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht denied rumors that the company is pursuing a sale, but said it would talk to anybody and consider anything good for its business.