Asking for a hug, acting out a Star Trek role are just a few of the ways that job seekers shocked their potential employers during an interview.
Nintendo said on Friday that sales of its Wii U consoles had flopped, pushing it to a third consecutive annual loss.
First, San Francisco-based commuters to Google got buses with plush seats and free WiFi. Now, they are getting security.
Singapore's GIC Pte Ltd is partnering a group of investors to buy $1.3 billion worth of Manhattan office space from Time Warner Inc..
The U.S. Senate approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill that quells for nearly nine months the threat of another federal agency shutdown.
The Canadian government has decided bitcoin is not legal tender in the country, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Common Sense Investment Management isn't shutting down, despite media reports to the contrary.
Few groups matter more to investors than retail. And lately the sector isn't sending very good messages.
Sen. John McCain is well known as an opponent of wasteful spending, and on Thursday he decided to have a little fun at the expense of his colleagues.
Members of Generation Y are worried about the affordability of buying or leasing a car, according to a new study by Deloitte.
The government sent a 16-page technical bulletin to retailers and other merchants that describes the techniques used to attack Target late last year.
It's hard to drown out all the negative noise coming from the retail sector this year, but not everyone had a bad holiday.
More than 688 junior flight attendants at the carrier will get furlough notices in April.
As many as 70 million Target shoppers have been potentially compromised by a December hack attack. The ripple could be significant.
The Dow still has plenty of room to run this year, but retail investors need convincing, Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Thursday.
JPMorgan's efforts to improve controls after a legal settlement over its dealings with Bernard Madoff—will be exempt from outside scrutiny, CNBC has learned.
Intel posted fourth-quarter net earnings of $2.6 billion, or 51 cents a share, compared with $2.5 billion, or 48 cents a share, a year ago.
Twitter may soon allow users to buy directly from tweets, as it closes in on a deal with payments startup Stripe to help accept credit card payments.
American Express's quarterly profit more than doubled as it gained from higher consumer spending during the US holiday season.
A new app that lets players buy, sell and merge corporations across nine major industrial sectors became available on Thursday for iPhones and iPads.