Warren Buffett and Dan Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans, are teaming up to offer $1 billion for the perfect NCAA March Madness bracket.
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Comedian Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show will be the first daily American show of its kind to be distributed in China.
IBM reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday, but revenue came in below street expectations.
Discount airline Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA said on Tuesday that a fuel leak on a Boeing Co 787 Dreamliner caused a flight to be delayed by 19 hours.
A former investment banker who ran TARP said he will challenge California Governor Jerry Brown for the state's top job in 2014.
Texas Instruments plans to cut 1,100 jobs worldwide as part of a corporate restructuring intended to help it save $130 million by the end of 2014.
Amazon.com is considering launching its own online pay-TV service, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing sources.
The "password" widely considered by experts to be the most vulnerable to hacking has been replaced by a new gem.
Starboard Value has urged Darden Restaurants Inc to delay the spinoff of its struggling Red Lobster chain.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell says he and his wife have been "falsely and wrongfully accused." NBC News reports.
Chinese Internet traffic redirected to a US company. Baidu and other companies were affected by the outage, the WSJ reports.
One of the country's most congested air spaces is expected to get worse with the addition of about 1,200 private jets during Super Bowl week.
In an optimistic annual newsletter, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has argued that the world is a better place than it has even been before.
Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann said he is aiming to turn his quirky online scrapbooking site into a viable business. The Wall Street Journal reports.
Pope Francis challenged business leaders assembled in Davos on Tuesday to put their wealth at the service of humanity.
CNBC sat with bestselling analyst George Friedman for his forecast on the world in 25 years.
Opportunity perceptions among American entrepreneurs reached 47.2 percent last year—a record, according to a new report.
A small group of alternative investment funds are now using video to sell themselves.
With the global economy slowly getting back on its feet, 2,500 delegates gathered in Davos face a vexing question: How to spread the wealth.