From edible pirate ships to elaborate villages, hotels are cooking up ways to entice travelers indoors for the holidays.
The spike in COMEX March copper futures prices around midday in NY was due to an "error trade," a source familiar with the matter said.
In the past year, cryptocurrencies have soared in popularity. Here are five things that might help make sense of the new world of digital currencies.
Web sales are up—along with returns. Here are some of the toughest and the most lenient return policies for gifts bought online.
New game consoles from Sony and Microsoft are sold out in many stores, a hint that the business is turning into a two-horse race. The NYT reports.
Three-D printing has been a breakout tech story this year, but the question is whether the printers will end up in people's homes.
SoftBank is in final stage talks with T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom about acquiring the wireless carrier, the Nikkei news service reported.
UBS and Bank of America are the only creditors to reach a settlement with Detroit to let the city out of $230 million contracts. The NYT reports.
Contracts for newly built homes dipped slightly last month, and strong October numbers were revised even higher, according to a new report.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order setting federal civilian and military pay rates for 2014.
Oklahoma gas prices dipped to a 2013 low of $2.84 a gallon just a week before Christmas. Here's why prices at the pump are so cheap here.
Toys, home improvement and American-made cars—those are next year's stock market winners, according to TIAA-CREF's Saira Malik.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store's top shareholder, Sardar Biglari, said he was considering a bid for the restaurant chain.
Economic woes in champagne's home market of France took the fizz out of global sales for the second year in a row in 2013 between 3 and 4 percent.
If the promotions seemed relentless in the U.S. this holiday season, be thankful you weren't in the United Kingdom.
Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff spoke exclusively with CNBC in some of his first public comments following his controversial essay in January.
Mortgage applications dropping for the second straight week to a 13-year low may cause a post-Christmas hangover for markets, UBS' Art Cashin said.
A 10 percent market drop? The Fed increases its bond buys to $100 billion a month? A QE critic resigns in disgust? Bold predictions for 2014.
Traders from SAC Capital Advisors continue to leave for rival shops.