Frontier Airlines' CEO insists the airline isn't "nickel-and-diming" customers by charging them for carry-on bags.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has a ten-year plan to provide cheaper housing for the thousands who can't afford to live in the city.
About 38,000 people flocked to the shareholder meeting in Omaha this weekend. Here's a highlight of top brands Berkshire Hathaway owns.
The recent run of mixed data will not make Janet Yellen's job this week of explaining the economy any easier, POLITICO's Ben White says.
For the stock to go up, Twitter will need to, to quote Cuba Gooding, Jr., "Show. Me. The Money!," says Michael Yoshikami.
Twitter is using the enticement of instant shopping through Amazon as a way to gain more members and engagement from existing members.
Warren Buffett, his longtime business partner Charlie Munger, and Bill Gates are no fans of high-frequency trading.
Irving Picard, the trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff's firm, said that the fourth payout will go to Madoff's victims of the Ponzi scheme.
With news dominated by violence in Ukraine and weak data out of China, buying the dips has become an easy way to get burned, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
It wasn't that long ago that a $50 million home sale was big news. Now, $100 million home sales are becoming a monthly occurrence.
Carter Worth of Sterne Agee explains why you might want to hop on board ahead of earnings.
Congress has been taking a lot of heat for failing to get anything done. Blame the countless reports it commissions and barely reads.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wants to replace the wallet with a mobile payment system. This is a step for Apple to become the leader in e-commerce.
The founder of Huawei, Ren Zhengfei, rejected the idea of a stock market listing, saying people knew enough about the company's dealings.
Investors and policymakers worldwide are braced for a shake-up of global markets, due to heightening tensions and sanctions in Ukraine and Russia.
Diversifying assets by taxability is important in building a financial planning strategy to last through working years and into retirement.
Since government regulations from 2012, finding the right light bulb has become very difficult. The choice is about to become even more complicated.
The departure comes in the wake of a massive data breach that impacted millions of Target customers late last year.
Jim Cramer says if all companies were run like this, then stock picking would be easy.