About 3.1 million Americans had their phone stolen last year, according to survey. That's nearly double the estimate of phones stolen during 2012.» Read More
Starbucks is known for roasting coffee—but in the case against a small family-run rival, the coffee giant itself got roasted.
A report from the International Energy Agency also said that events outside the U.S. will continue to affect pricing.
Did Apple really buy the gesture recognition technology firm behind Microsoft's Xbox Kinect sensor?
Bitcoin touched a fresh all-time high on Monday as the digital currency continued to gain favor with investors.
The history of federal health care is a tale of the hazards of presenting changes to consumers who might not want them. Take the 1989 Medicare law. The New York Times reports.
Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner had offers from some of the biggest firms on Wall Street. So why did he choose a low-key equity firm?
Federal officials are prepared to file formal complaints against Wal-Mart Stores for allegedly violating the rights of protesting workers last year.
Many factors could affect whether shoppers open their wallets this holiday season. But one thing is clear: The pressure is on.
There’s a lot of talk about froth in the market. But Cramer doesn’t want it to scare you away from these stocks.
"The 777 is a money plane," and Boeing will make "a fortune" on each one it sells, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
Improved economic and labor market conditions suggest the central bank should set a fixed amount of bond-buys and then end it, the Fed's Plosser said.
Identity theft is a year-round problem, but fraud prevention experts warn that the hectic holiday season is prime time for this crime.
In a speech to the International Monetary Fund, Larry Summers raises the possibility that we might be stuck in a permanent economic slump.
People across the Midwest picked through the remains of their homes after a storm system spawned more than 80 reported tornadoes.
After massively underperfoming the market, this sector could stage a comeback.
Critics of the former Treasury secretary's move to private equity fail to pinpoint what he is doing that's so bad, writes POLITICO's Ben White.
The former chairman of the Co-Operative Bank, one of the U.K.’s biggest retail banks, has been caught buying cocaine in a U.K.tabloid newspaper sting.
Having an authenticated account on the social network may mean you're an influencer, but does it convey actual advantages?
A judge ordered MF Global to return more than $1 billion to harmed customers and pay an additional $100 million penalty as part of a civil settlement.
The increasingly dominant presence of unpaid or low-paid interns is taking much-needed entry level jobs away from salaried employees.