New U.S. factory orders rebounded in February, with shipments posting their biggest gain in seven months as the economy rebounded.
The economy created nearly 200,000 private-sector jobs last month, feeding hopes over a labor market thaw ahead of Friday's jobs data.
BlackBerry said it would not renew a deal allowing T-Mobile US Inc to sell its products.
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Rep. Diana DeGette tells CNBC that GM CEO Mary Barra dodged basic questions from lawmakers who wanted answers on its massive recall.
A top U.S. senator said a government office has the power to approve limited petroleum exports, and partly bypass a 40-year crude export ban.
Healthcare.com, by virtue of its domain name, saw record traffic in March due to people thinking it was the Obamacare site healthcare.gov.
The hardest part about buying from Amazon.com has always been returns—but the company is trying a new way to simplify the process. WSJ reports.
Are investors ready for more ad tech? Or are they already tuckered out?
Chrysler is recalling thousands of SUVs in order to fix a brake problem. Complaints were filled about excessive brake-pedal firmness.
As fans brown bag it in honor of National PB&J Day, it turns out the childhood staple isn't quite the bargain it used to be.
Investors pulled another $3.1 billion from Pimco's flagship fund in March, following a spate of wrong calls by long-time manager Bill Gross.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Several metal-exporting ports in the Andean country remained closed Wednesday, suggesting trade flows might be temporarily interrupted.
Every tech company wants a piece of the living room these days and Amazon is no exception. But can the company compete in the crowded space?
The Coldwell Banker Previews International survey ranked Woodside, Calif., in the heart of Silicon Valley, as the nation's top luxury market.
In the wake of the GM recall, proposed legislation would require automakers to submit any reports that first alert them to a fatal accident.
Virtu Financial, a high-frequency trading company, has delayed a planned US initial public offering amid scrutiny over the business of fast trading.
Recent strength in the euro bears a worrying similarity to the bubble-like conditions seen before 2008, a currency strategist tells CNBC.
Talk about a tempestuous affair. It looks like investors are again falling for stocks that they scorned just days ago.