Businesses and groups have been reacting to a legislative fix to Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act on Thursday.
The Federal Trade Commission is considering allowing a merger between Reynolds American and Lorillard, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Things were supposed to be a whole lot different this year when it came to the bond market.
One big thing is different this time, and one of the highest-regarded Wall Street strategists sees opportunities ahead.
One of the hottest new areas for early-stage investors right now is vertical farming, says investment banker Craig Lawson.
An estimated 3 million Americans have autism. But what exactly what is it, and where are we on treatments?
The Indian fast food market is expected to reach $16 billion in 2018, making it the new mega-market option for international players.
Stanford University just became more accessible to these prospective students.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate Cisco vs. Apple.
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The Tax Foundation estimates Americans will pay $4.8 trillion in taxes in 2015, but some states will contribute more than others.
"This property is a showpiece, it's kind of the hood ornament on our Mercedes," says William Randolph Hearst's great-grandson.
Tim Russi, Ally Financial, weighs in on the health of auto financing after a recent jump in subprime loans.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the U.S. economic data simply do not make sense.
An important snow reserve that provides water for millions of Californians is at about 40 percent of its 2014 level, reports NBC News.
Discrimination is not only shameful—it's bad for business, says Rep. Mike Honda. And Indiana businesses will suffer the consequences.
PE funds are changing the way they invest as valuations rise to keep the cash flowing.
Dollar traders should brace for a big dose of volatility following the release of Friday's much-anticipated nonfarm payrolls report, analysts warned.
Greece has told its creditors it will run out of money on April 9, making an appeal for more loans before reforms are agreed and implemented.
The Greek finance ministry contradicted earlier reports that the country had said it would run out of cash in about a week.