Tom Kee likes BlackBerry but after the stock's meteoric start to 2014, he says it may be time for a breather.
Buying the overall market this year won't work like last year, hedge fund manager Dan Arbess tells CNBC.
The nation's capital was at a standstill Tuesday evening as snow continued falling at a rate of about an inch an hour.
William Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital Management, provides perspective on the Magnitsky Act and corruption in Russia ahead of the Olympic Games in Sochi. These guys are up to no good, says Browder, Putin can't control anything out there.
Nearly one-third of the self employed have no retirement plan. The crisis is a call to action: the time to save and build wealth isnow.
The chief executive of Yahoo said that the Internet company will have more traffic from mobile phones than PCs for the first time in 2014.
The Mortgage Bankers Association said its index of mortgage application activity rose in the latest week.
VMware plans to acquire AirWatch to extend its vision of using software to manage the surge of mobile devices into the workplace.
A new set of crash tests involving minicars has a safety group telling consumers to be wary of very small vehicles.
McDonald's France has confirmed tax inspectors visited its local headquarters but denied wrongdoing.
CNBC's celebration of our 25 years kicks off with our definitive list of people who have had the biggest impact on business over the past quarter century.
United Technologies reported a rise in profit that topped Wall Street estimates, helped by a stronger performance across its businesses.
San Francisco's transportation agency agreed to charge tech companies $1 every time one of their commuter shuttles uses a public bus stop.
College deadlines for filing financial aid applications are fast approaching, which could leave valuable funds on the table.
The recent data breach at U.S. retailer Target is an all-too harsh warning of the global threat of cybercrime.
Talk of a slowdown in emerging markets is "overblown," Peter Sands told CNBC on Wednesday and he dismissed speculation the bank was a takeover target.
The U.S. Federal Reserve can reduce its stimulus program and maintain economic growth, the deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund said.
When it comes to feeding the world, there are two big worries for authorities and aid agencies: food loss and food waste.
The U.S. will be a particularly strong market for M&A, John Studzinski, senior managing director at The Blackstone Group, told CNBC.
"Results are running light, and negative announcements have been off the hook," one analyst said amid a spate of disappointing reports.