Russia and China warned on Thursday that the end of the U.S. Federal Reserve's bond-buying program could have a profound impact on the global economy and urged caution.
The Friday jobs report is seen by some traders as make or break for the Fed's decision later this month on whether to taper back its $85 billion monthly bond purchases.
The struggling handset maker is now aiming to quickly auction itself off, possibly as soon as November, according to a report.
Finished lot prices are up an average of 40% nationwide, and in the hottest markets they've nearly doubled. USA Today reports.
The Senate foreign-relations committee approved a resolution authorizing the use of military force in Syria, clearing the path for a full Senate vote.
McDonald's says a revamped version of its Dollar Menu that includes items priced at $5 could be launched nationally this year.
The revelation that a second porn star has contracted HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, will likely have little to no impact on the bottom line of major porn studios.
With the Farmers' Almanac predicting snow around the time of New York's first Super Bowl, NFL officials wore brave faces on CNBC a day before the regular season kicks off.
Conditions continued to improve over the past quarter, suggesting that the economy is reaching the point where monetary easing can be pulled back, according to the most recent Fed assessment.
Nearly all automakers on Wednesday reported double-digit sales gains as August shapes up to be another strong month for the industry.
Jobs are getting easier to find. A raise? Not so much. Some economists say wages have flatlined and are unlikely to revive even though the job market is improving.
Forget the mobile wars. The battle of wearable smart devices is finally here. And Samsung and Qualcomm are ahead of the game with the recent launch of their smartwatches.
As he enters his 14th NFL season, three-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady of the New England Patriots told CNBC that he strives to get better with age.
These are not happy days for President Barack Obama. If history holds up, the misery in Washington could create misery on Wall Street.
Advertising rates on network television and for TV show viewing online will soon be the same, "so we won't care where you watch," CBS Chief Leslie Moonves told CNBC on Wednesday.
The new football season can serve as a great source of inspiration not just for the couch potatoes of the nation, but for small-business owners as well.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said that despite headwinds of rising interest rates, the auto industry is back and going through an "amazing renaissance," where Ford Motor is set to lead the pack.
Retail stores in many markets have run out of Microsoft's Xbox One consoles available for pre-orders, a senior company executive said.
The U.S. trade deficit widened slightly more than expected in July as exports dipped, but a rebound in imports pointed to some firming in underlying demand.
Applications for U.S. home loans rose for the first time in four weeks as mortgage rates fell from their highest level this year, data from an industry group showed on Wednesday.