Aloft hotels in New York and California are letting guests open their rooms with a smartphone app.
The president will take aim at the wealth gap in his State of the Union address, but he is likely to reinforce several myths about it.
Turkey's central bank's call to action helped stabilize emerging markets, but India's rate hike provided an added boost to confidence.
Yahoo posted earnings that exceeded Wall Street expectations, while sales were in line. But shares took a sharp turn lower in extended-hours trading following the company's first-quarter outlook.
Investors hoping for the much-ballyhooed market correction to take hold so they can jump in at sharply lower prices may have a long wait.
In a first for college sports, a group of athletes at Northwestern university are asking to form a union.
Had you the courage, taking long positions in a handful of stocks during the sell-off would have generated sizable returns.
After a temporary drop in the last six weeks of 2013, short interest is back on the rise.
A week after selling its server business unit to Lenovo, IBM is now exploring the sale some of its networking assets and may be seeking as much as a $1 billion.
In fact, some on Wall Street actually think trouble in the emerging markets could help boost U.S. stocks.
AT&T reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but subscriber growth fell short.
The mediators in the Detroit bankruptcy say they now have $370 million in private money for the city. But will the funds close the pension gap?
Electronic Arts lowered its 2015 revenue forecast as the arrival of new Xbox and PS4 consoles is resulting in weaker sales.
Art Cashin of UBS talks with Courtney Reagan about the factors driving stocks higher today.
The president's State of the Union address could hit on topics affecting a wide range of companies and industries. What you need to know.
It's now Tim Cook versus Wall Street, according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Leveraged and inverse ETFs were once poster children for ETF risks, but the market has learned to embrace these ETF bad boys--with limits.
Obama may steer away from what's really important to Americans in his State of the Union speech, says political strategist Sara Fagen. Here's why.
After Apple's disappointing outlook and iPhone sales, a debate is heating up over where the consumer electronics giant's share price is headed.
Shares of China's Sina have lagged Twitter's dramatically. But with similar growth profiles, Sina is the real bargain.