Shoppers are visiting fewer stores than they did in the past, increasing the importance of building a loyal customer base.
In a live interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Warren Buffett said he would keep buying stocks even if he knew a major war was coming.
Buffett tells CNBC he backs the Keystone Pipeline even though it would take away some business from his Berkshire Hathaway rail subsidiary BNSF.
Employees at Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco will soon get to take their lunch break in 19th century relics.
Russia took a financial hit over its military intervention in neighbouring Ukraine, with its markets and currency plunging on Monday as President Vladimir Putin's forces tightened their grip on the Russian-speaking Crimea region.
Ukraine may be far away, but it is clearly influencing global markets across the board.
A massive winter storm system packing cold air, snow and freezing rain was bearing down on the U.S. East Coast, causing federal and local offices in Washington to close on Monday.
Even if it isn't a bubble, the tech sector has had a pretty big run, and it might be time to look at some cautious ways to target tech-stock returns.
Last April, Zynga promised shareholders that 2013 would be a "transition year." Soon, we'll start to see the fruits of that labor.
U.S. manufacturing growth rebounded off an eight-month low in February, helped by a recovery in new orders.
Marc Andreessen hit back at billionaire Carl Icahn, calling claims made by Icahn about his tenure on eBay's board "false and misleading."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The effects of climate change, "if any," have not affected the insurance market, Warren Buffett told CNBC—adding he's not calculating catastrophe probabilities differently.
Two top Microsoft executives reporting directly to new CEO Satya Nadella are leaving the company, Re/code reported on Sunday.
Social programs have "created a poverty trap," Rep. Paul Ryan says. The Washington Post reports.
The slavery drama "12 Years a Slave" won the Academy Award for best picture on Sunday, making history as the first movie from a black director to win the film industry's highest honor.
US car sales for February fell over last year, but beat expectations. Carmakers offered big rewards to those willing to brave the storms.
U.S. consumer spending rose strongly in January, with income gains keeping pace during the month.
U.S. manufacturing activity accelerated in February, rising more than expected to its highest since May 2010, an industry report showed on Monday.
According to a survey, 86 percent of Americans thinks it's not at all acceptable to cheat on taxes. Only 60 percent are motivated by fear of an audit.