Bill Nye, "The Science Guy" weighs in on how to fix the US's problem of not being able to fill millions of STEM jobs.
America is a bigger and bigger part of global oil demand, explains Dan Yergin. So if U.S. growth is lackluster, crude will keep getting crushed.
Jason Subotky, member of the "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio Challenge, looks for companies that play important roles in promising business sectors.
A recovery in the price of oil might not be "imminent" but there are tentative signs that the tide is turning, the International Energy Agency said.
Saudi Arabia has been constructing a 600-mile barrier on its border with Iraq since September, with the aim of keeping out ISIS militants.
Home Depot announced that it has elected CEO and president Craig Menear as chairman, effective February 2, succeeding Frank Blake.
Markets will see further degrees of elevated volatility if the European Central Bank does not step up to market expectations, Jeremy Stretch said.
Paul Meeks is confident that the U.S. stock market is strong, making any dips good buy opportunities for Apple, BorgWarner and others.
Bonds hit session lows on after a private report on sentiment in early January reduced some worries about domestic growth.
U.K. and U.S. security services could hack their countries' own banks, in order to test their defences against cyberattacks.
There will be more women at this year’s meeting of the global business elite in Davos, after a controversial fall in female attendance in 2014.
Groundbreaking analysis has concluded that humans are on the verge of causing unprecedented damage to ocean life.
CNBC gives a who's who of the rich and famous expected to attend this year's World Economic Forum.
Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi, says he is bullish on European equities, but warns that investors should expect spikes in volatility through the year.
A new study finding an "unfair," rich-poor balance in state and local taxes has been lots of getting attention, but does it offer an accurate picture?
There is a growing cottage industry of ordinary people hiring hackers for much smaller acts of espionage. The NYT reports.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Both the Swiss franc and the yen will remain where traders flee for safety, despite the SNB's surprise move to remove its euro peg- analysts.
Wall Street will pay even more attention than usual to Friday's consumer price index, or CPI.
Four Silicon Valley companies including Apple and Google agreed to pay $415 million to resolve an antitrust class action lawsuit.