After all, it's inevitable the company will continue to benefit from the Chinese market and e-commerce, says Chegg CEO Daniel Rosensweig.
More regions have joined Colorado and Washington state in allowing recreational marijuana use. Businesses in turn are hoping for revenue and jobs.
To ensure compliance with the upcoming Volcker Rule, Goldman Sachs is getting rid of its hedge fund investments, reports the New York Times.
Of the 10 congressional candidates who spent the most on their own races, six won and four lost.
Here's why investors are going to snap up 1% Apple bonds, says Michael Yoshikami.
Peter Thiel speaks exclusively to CNBC's "Halftime Report" from Dublin about the U.S. elections, valuations and Tim Cook.
Icy sidewalks, roof damage and frozen pipes could put a serious dent in your holiday spending budget. Prepare now to avoid trouble.
Republicans likely will use their new-found power to take on a variety of issues, but none more so than tax reform.
After all, a better-than-expected employment picture could mean the Fed will have to move early, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
FreeATM is an advertising-driven platform that forces you to watch a targeted ad instead of paying a fee.
Eric Cantor says unilateral action by Obama on immigration would "light a fuse" among Republicans now that they control Congress.
A bond measure to fund water projects in California easily passed Tuesday. But what might not be so easy is getting relief from the state's drought.
With earnings expected after the bell, Tesla shareholders better buckle up.
One year after going private, Michael Dell said his company has the freedom to innovate and take advantage of an industry in turmoil.
Faulty new health care laws make it difficult for small businesses to provide coverage for employees. The NY times reports.
Following his GOP primary defeat this past summer, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor tells CNBC he never heard from President Barack Obama. "Not a word."
States that can benefit the most from Obama's health law elected officials who oppose the Affordable Care Act, report the New York Times.
American Express CEO Ken Chenault doesn't care if plastic cards go away, as long as his brand is part of your digital wallet.
In the face of growing competition, big business is turning to "intrapreneurship"—where employees are given the freedom to act like entrepreneurs.
Regulators have tried to stop the banks they regulate from arranging certain types of leveraged loan deals, reports the New York Times.