The number of potential successors for the top spot at PepsiCo is thinning as yet another highly regarded executive announced his departure.
Just after an election that was driven by voters' anxiety about the economy, the U.S. is likely Friday to report the latest strong monthly job gain.
Markets could be spooked if there's an unexpected pickup in wage growth—a sign of an improving labor market and possible inflation on the horizon.
A stronger greenback will hinder U.S. stock market performance as exporters receive less cash for their products abroad, say Capital Economics.
When secret tests a decade ago showed its airbags could crack and explode, the company tried to erase evidence, say ex-employees.
Rising beef prices might not mean the cost of a Whopper is going to skyrocket, but it could mean you choose to order a chicken sandwich instead.
Is your job "the worst"? You might have it better than some people.
French President Francois Hollande suggested he will not stand for re-election if the country's unemployment rate remains high.
The next 25 years of the US investment sector hinges on greater financial literacy, says Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments.
Jim Cramer speaks with the NYSE President, Thomas Farley, to discuss the need for financial literacy in America. How young is too young?
Some musicians are finding Spotify more profitable than Apple's iTunes.
Jim Cramer interviewed Starbucks' CEO Howard Schultz on his views of the country. Schultz thinks one population has the next generation of leaders.
N.R. Narayana Murthy, the billionaire founder of Infosys, says he expects robust growth ahead for India.
A supercomputer in your pocket, combined with the freedom of data on the Internet, is a whole new gain for consumers, the CEO says.
CNBC unveils its picks of global visionaries who promise to have the greatest impact on business, finance and technology 25 years from now.
South Korean bosses are among the stingiest when it comes to allowing their employees time off, Expedia's 2014 Vacation Deprivation Study found.
The collapse of mortgage-backed securities drove the financial crisis, but many fund managers are snapping up the precrisis offerings.
Jim Cramer and David Faber sit down with Wall Street veteran Sandy Weill to discuss the future of the banking industry and where it is headed.
A look at the backgrounds of leaders on CNBC's NEXT List reveals a predominantly well-educated diverse group from throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Fresh from his hedge-fund internship, Regis Philbin returns to the CNBC "Fast Money" set to share his latest investments.