At least five new movies from Sony Pictures are being devoured online in the wake of the hack attack that hobbled the studio earlier in the week.
Intel is making news in both the hardware and the software space, and has a new ad campaign with a well-known TV actor. The Tech Bet breaks it down.
Companies making headlines before the bell Monday:
The pace of growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed less than expected in November, while a gauge of prices paid fell to its lowest in over two years.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
Gifts make an impression, but it's the worst ones that really stick with us. Steer clear of these 5 gifting minefields.
An Irish entrepreneur has launched an anonymous messaging app aimed at the business elite, with messages that self-destruct in 24 hours.
For bond market analysts, the flattening of the yield curve is proving increasingly problematic.
Bonds will not see a massive selloff and will stay "richly valued," Benjamin Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin says, adding that he is turning positive on European equities.
Veteran actor Kirk Douglas is not dead, contrary to what an obituary that appeared on People magazine's website might have you believe.
About 95 percent of households donate to charities, averaging about $3,000 per household contribution. Sharon Epperson offers tips on how to give wisely.
The lending platform is hoping that Wall Street will flock to buy into its forthcoming initial public offering. The NYT reports.
Using flawless English and an insider’s knowledge of Wall Street, the cybercriminals have gained access to the inboxes of top health care executives.
Watch out world, the Girl Scouts are going digital to sell you cookies.
The ruble looked set for its steepest one-day fall since the Russian financial crisis of 1998, plunging about 4 percent as oil prices tumble.
If no one expected the Swiss vote forcing the central bank to hold more gold to succeed, why is gold tanking?
As oil prices hit more than four-year lows, analysts are slashing forecasts, with some predicting a plunge of as much as 40 percent to $40 a barrel.
The job market is showing improvement, but the plunge in oil prices has spurred more concerns about weak inflation.
Whether it's a new or used vehicle, Americans spend more than ever, according to a report from Experian Automotive.
President Obama will meet with young civil rights leaders, politicians and law enforcement as protests continue over Ferguson. NBC reports.