A historic migration is under way as the world's booming population moves to cities in search of opportunity. The trend should change society by 2039.
People who already started the process of signing up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act may get a little more time to finish enrolling.
Think you know all there is to know about Twitter? Think again.
The deflation of the Russian economy can be done through strict banking sanctions from both Europe and the U.S.
The Federal Reserve on Friday issued corrections to the closely watched annual bank stress tests results that were published a day earlier.
Markets lose early momentum amid a sell-side imbalance in stock for sales at the close. Fed's Richard Fisher's comments weigh too.
Luxury department store Nordstrom will postpone the debut of its off-price Rack stores in Canada, according to a media report.
Retailers are eyeing shopping mall vacancies to house spinoff concepts, as they search for ways to grow sales organically.
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In an industry where stars are commonly impulsive spenders, financial planners advise a simple system to save for the future.
No one argues that we should ignore aging infrastructure. But here’s the real problem why it’s not getting fixed, says Jake Novak.
Biogen CEO George Scangos talks about future growth opportunities at the company on CNBC's "Fast Money."
Ever since "Switchgate" morphed from a costly and embarrassing recall into a full-blown scandal, Mary Barra has been on the spot.
The QE program has lost its effectiveness, and there are signs of excessive risk-taking, the Dallas Fed's Richard Fisher said.
MillerCoors has made water conservation one of its key priorities, from its breweries around the country to the farms that supply it.
Here are three reasons one author-economist gives for climate change's low priority on the list of world problems.
Fast food chains are increasingly realizing how important phones have become to customers, especially young ones.
Twenty-five years from now, people will still aspire to own a home, but the issue will be how they come to buy one.
Whether rising food costs will translate into a higher restaurant bill depends on where you go, according to CEOS appearing on CNBC.
Tensions between Russia and the West have flared once again—this time over gas supplies, but fund managers say Iran-style sanctions look unlikely.