Nothing has been done to address the United States debt crisis. We need a call to action to save our country, says Murray T. Holland.
Don't trust teenagers with your car? Get a load of this: Makerbot CEO Bre Pettis's bold new ambition is a 3-D printer for every classroom in America.
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A solution is being explored that has caught on elsewhere: mobile slaughterhouses where livestock can be killed, quartered, packaged and frozen.
CNBC's Seema Mody looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
The cost of higher education is up 70 percent in the last decade, while the number of administrative jobs is up 57 percent, the Boston Globe said.
The insurance commissioner of Washington DC was fired a day after criticizing the president's plan to fix "Obamacare," the Washington Post reported.
Michel Merluzeau argues that the Boeing 777X looks like a winner on paper, but which airlines will actually buy the potential aircraft?
A recent spate of earnings reports from the four public 3-D printer companies offer some guidance on the technology's future.
Riding a wave of euphoria surrounding the success of Finnish game maker Supercell, venture capital firms are chasing after European tech start-ups.
The potential costs and benefits of Medicare have a huge impact on retirement planning. The more you know, the more manageable those costs will be.
Boeing said it has no plans to reopen talks with a union representing Washington workers who have rejected a labor contract linked to its newest jet.
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.