Apple's first foray into the world of the smartwatch generated nearly 1 million pre-orders in the United States Friday, according to early estimates.
China's exports surprisingly tumbled in March, official data showed on Monday, setting a poor precursor to the closely watched first quarter growth figures due on Wednesday.
Robots aren't just for movies, but are now helping us with our daily routines. CNBC looks at how film favorites ended up on this side of the screen.
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The World Bank trimmed its 2015-2016 growth forecast for developing East Asia, citing a continued slowdown China.
Agricultural commodity prices have plunged this year. Here's what that means for consumers.
Pairing coffee & felines is the cat’s meow. Reservations at the Meow Parlour rival the exclusivity of some of New York’s most high-brow restaurants.
Shares of Tesla in overdrive this week up more than 10 percent after a rocky start to 2015, but could it be the end of this ride?
Paul Hickey explains that negative sentiment heading into earnings season can mean positive market returns.
College tuition is on the rise, and University of California President Janet Napolitano says she knows why.
As a non-incumbent, Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest chance to win the White House. That doesn't mean she will win. Here's why.
Outspoken USC Athletic Director Pat Haden talks college football, Indiana law, the stock market, his desire for the new Apple Watch, and reveals his feelings about whether Reggie Bush should be welcomed back on campus.
While West Coast ports' labor strikes wreaked economic havoc, East Coast ports have emerged as the clear winner.
Still haven't filed your tax returns? If you're rushing to submit them, Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson warns you could be making costly mistakes in the process. Don't miss her last minute tips!
VW is in a full-blown leadership crisis after Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn let it be known on Saturday he will fight for his job.
Lynn Tilton may be trying to tear up the playbook of American securities regulation. A number of legal eagles say she might have a point.
Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller has once again warned that the easy money policies of recent years could lead to big problems.
The United States has promised support for China's campaign to hunt corrupt officials fleeing abroad, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
More than a year after taking office, NYC's mayor is engaged in courting he city’s most powerful private sector executives.
Comic book fans, both blind and sighted, are asking Netflix to provide audio descriptions for "Daredevil," a show about a blind superhero.