The popular dating app, Tinder, is launching a paid version of the application.
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The non-recyclable and non-biodegradable cups have incited a lot of frustration on the part of environmental advocates.
Look alive—a town featured on AMC's "The Walking Dead" could be yours.
One options trader is trying to make $55 million on a well-known underperformer.
The Nasdaq has hit 5,000 for the first time since March 2000. There are signs of froth aplenty, but here's why it's not like the late 90's bubble.
Janus Capital's Bill Gross on Monday said the Nasdaq hitting 5,000 represents "a little bit of a bubble."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke at Mobile World Congress on Monday.
Equity investors might want to check out a fund that hasn't made an original stock market bet in 80 years.
The NFL confirmed the new salary cap on Monday, marking another $10 million annual increase for the constraint.
Despite "pedestrian" returns, hedge funds are on track to surpass $3 trillion in assets this year, according to a new survey.
Gasoline prices could see another sharp jump before returning to much cheaper prices during the summer driving season.
Stocks more often than not outperform in March, but this year may be different and the already complacent month could turn into a lion for stock investors.
Federal tax audits for U.S. businesses fell to their lowest level in eight years as the IRS faced budget cutbacks.
The myth that only liberals support solar technology is being shattered by loud voices coming from the right.
There are eight stocks in the S&P 500, including Autodesk and ConAgra, sporting P-E ratios of 100 or higher, reports USA Today.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports from the Mobile World Congress and speaks to the people behind a $9,000 smartphone from Savelli Genève.
Armed men made off with barrels of gold from a truck broken down in North Carolina.
Twitter is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate whether purported ISIS-related threats against co-founder Jack Dorsey were real.