IBM's 'most-prized' asset ... What is 'Jeopardy!' whiz Watson? Correct! And now you too can have the IBM tech smartypants working on your killer app.
Bridezillas may have a few legitimate freak-outs. Some con artists target engaged couples and newlyweds. So do thieves.
If Forbes is ultimately sold, Irish rocker Bono and his partners would actually get the majority of the proceeds, Fortune reported on Saturday.
Republicans say they are emboldened by Obama's reversal and the Democrats' scramble for cover on canceled insurance plans.
Asia's seniors could create headwinds for the region's economies.
A significant change on its way for stock trading could bring nickels and dimes from heaven for smaller companies.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan explains how payroll taxes and higher health expenses may affect consumer spending.
Transit officials in northern California may have cost themselves $44 million by not reading what they signed, according to a new report.
GE has confirmed plans to spin off its North American retail financial services business as a separate company, starting with an IPO next year.
A new push to purge trans fats from foods could be just what the doctor ordered — not only for public health but for the biotechnology industry.
In Benghazi, Libya's eastern metropolis, the militias that plague much of the country flourish alongside a boom in sales of foreign brands.
China unwrapped a bold set of economic and social reforms on Friday, relaxing its one-child policy and further freeing up markets.
Don't expect a new Chinese baby boom, experts say, despite the first easing of the country's controversial one-child policy in three decades.
Kmart's taking some heat for its rent-to-own policy. But it's not the company that's greedy, it's consumers, says Carol Roth.
Participants in 401(k)s have demanded more choice and employers responded. The result: more investments, worse performance, JPMorgan found.
As Americans renounce their citizenship at record rates, some experts say a complex IRS tax code could be to blame.
If you're 55 and fearing that the only way to rescue your retirement is a time machine, you are not alone. You're also not out of options.
About 16 cyberattacks have been launched on HealthCare.gov, the Department of Homeland Security says.
"Think of living in a giant cesspool and you get some idea of the problem," said one expert about the lack of good sanitation for billions of people.
Despite a sluggish economy, the National Retail Federation expects a strong holiday shopping season.