The stock market is beginning to sense headwinds, Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien says.
A large, sloppy storm system brewing in the Midwest on Wednesday threatens to spawn thunderstorms with heavy rain, hail and even the chance for a rare, powerful derecho storm.
A consumer confidence number that routinely moves markets upon release is accessed early by an elite group of trader clients of Thomson Reuters, for a fee, CNBC has learned.
The original NSA leaker news reports have "left a misimpression" about the government's access to technology companies' data, well-known tech investor Marc Andreessen told CNBC.
Sales of George Orwell's classic dystopian novel "1984" have shot up on Amazon.com amid new disclosures about spying by the U.S.' National Security Agency.
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai made it clear he sees the console as one of the tentpole units that will lead the company back to prosperity. Early indications are Sony plans to do that by changing the closed gate philosophy it has held for so long.
JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO on Tuesday defended the disclosures the bank made last year about its unfolding London Whale derivatives loss.
Obamacare's implementation may look like a "train wreck," but Universal Health Services CEO Alan Miller says his $7 billion hospital company is well-positioned for the changes.
Consumers are keeping their cable TV subscriptions despite emerging online alternatives, Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman told CNBC.
Activists who believe climate change is the biggest challenge humans have ever faced mean to hit the fossil fuel merchants where it hurts—in their market cap.
Robots will change everything, but first robotics may change the way you think about gaming.
Google announces the acquisition of maps app Waze, after Facebook failed to reach a deal with the Israeli company. Waze's real-time data attracts a high price tag.
The SEC widened its crackdown on "naked shorting" by charging the Chicago Board Options Exchange with "systemic breakdowns" in the exchange's regulatory and compliance functions.
One long-held axiom relating to unemployment may be ready for the graveyard.
The anticipation was that finally, a comprehensive immigration reform package—the first in 30 years— would become the law of the land. That's no longer the case, say some analysts.
Booz Allen reported revenues of $5.76 billion for the fiscal year ended in March. The government provided 98 percent of that revenue.
Active managers in both the mutual and hedge fund industries are badly underperforming their peers, and they have a mutual malady: a bad Apple.
Only 45 percent of Americans believe affirmative action programs are still needed, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Microsoft spent more than 90 minutes showcasing the Xbox One—but only one moment made the entire crowd gasp. The announcement of its price.
U.S. small business optimism rose to a one year-high in May, a hopeful sign for an economy that has hit a soft patch.