Government fixes aren’t really fixing anything. Carol Roth offers a few solutions for really getting to the heart of America's jobs problem.
The Federal Communications Commission has decided not to appeal a court ruling that struck down FCC rules on treating web traffic equally.
Oprah is getting a lot of votes in the CNBC 25 poll seeking the most influential leaders of the past 25 years. Is she influential—or just popular?
Determining who belongs on CNBC's list of business influencers has led to spirited debates. How about John Malone and Rupert Murdoch?
Here are five catalysts that have the potential to push Tesla Motors shares higher after the company reports earnings on Wednesday.
U.S. housing starts recorded their biggest drop in almost three years in January, weighed down by harsh weather.
Applications for U.S. home mortgages fell in the latest week, with both purchase and refinancing applications down.
Pope Francis penned a new missive on the injustices of poverty amid indications he is eyeing a major overhaul of the Vatican's financial house.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush and his brother Jonathan Bush, CEO of athenahealth, about their experiences at the Winter Olympics. They also got into Billy's investment in Jonathan's company.
So far, the stock market has looked past the weather impacts on manufacturing, housing, consumer spending and even hiring.
Costs associated with the Target breach have escalated for banks and credit unions, and now top $200 million, The WSJ reports.
China's banks will have to increase their liquidity coverage ratio to 100 percent by 2018 under new rules.
Signet Jewelers said it would acquire smaller rival Zale for $21 per share in cash, valuing the jeweler at about $690 million.
Raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 could result in 500,000 jobs being lost by late 2016, the CBO estimates.
A panel of economists says a Congressional Budget Office report miscalculates the possible benefits and risks of a minimum wage hike.
The EU has called an extraordinary meeting of its foreign ministers on Thursday as the violence in Ukraine escalates.
China may have dumped almost $48 billion of Treasurys in December, but it hasn't fallen out of love with U.S. bonds just yet, analysts say.
After the steep drop in homebuilder sentiment in February, Wednesday's housing starts report could have more impact than usual.
Asia's major central banks, the People's Bank of China and Bank of Japan, look to be headed on opposite policy paths judging by their recent moves.
Despite being home to some of the poorest people in the world, financial wealth in emerging Asia is set to outpace that of the U.S. by 2015, HSBC analysts have found.