The record cold spell that has half the country in the deep freeze could cost the U.S. economy a pretty penny.
Thomas Donohue has a message for ultraconservative GOP members who shut down the government last year: Don't count on our support.
"Component complications" contributed to mixed performances during the first five trading sessions of 2014, said UBS's Art Cashin.
According to Bentley Motors, the world's sales of cars priced at $200,000 or more fell by 6 percent last year.
If you thought that the various investigations into allegations of accounting fraud at Autonomy you were wrong. Re/code reports.
The selection of a CEO to take over Microsoft is not expected to come before February, according to re/code, citing sources.
Do you feel like you have enough resolution on your TV or do you need more—ULTRA—resolution?
J.C. Penney reaffirmed its fourth-quarter outlook, but analysts caution the retailer still isn't where it needs to be in its turnaround efforts.
Facing another government shutdown deadline, budget negotiators may need a few more days to resolve differences over a $1 trillion spending bill.
A lot of tech companies at the consumer electronic show are betting your body is the only key you will need in the future.
Carl Icahn and Ralph Nader share an interest in curtailing the power of boards. But one of them might not have shareholder interests at heart.
President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act has indeed driven the slowdown in health-care spending, Obamacare architect Peter Orszag told CNBC.
The SAC brand starts 2014 severely sullied, but that negative reputation hasn't stopped recent alums of the firm from raising piles of cash.
Foreclosures on delinquent properties by homeowner associations were almost unheard of before the financial crisis. Now they are becoming more common.
To a big crowd at CES 2014 Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer unveiled new products in continued competition for mobile users against search giant Google.
Revenues from IBM's Watson supercomputing project have been far short of expectations, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Everything these days is tech-this and smart-that. Meanwhile, most of us still are holding onto our VCRs.
All good things must end, including the dream run in U.S. stocks, according to HSBC, which downgraded its view on the country's stocks to underweight.
Martin Gewirtz says President Obama is getting a bad rap over the botched health-care reform rollout and that the success stories in signing up, like his own, are growing.
A sharp surge in interest rates caused mortgage refinances to plummet two weeks ago, but they are now finding their footing again.