After hearing from CEO Elon Musk at Tesla's shareholder meeting, an R.W. Baird senior research analyst named the stock his top pick.
Retired Miami Dolphins quarterback, Dan Marino, is one of 15 former players who filed a lawsuit in the US District Court in Philadelphia last week.
The United Auto Workers convention have voted to raise dues by 25 percent to shore up the union's finances, the first increase in 47 years.
A Los Angeles doctor has been charged with helping bilk Medicare out of more than $33 million.
The Mississippi primary Tuesday represents the most surprising wild card in the partisan fight for control of the Senate.
The NHL has suffered three work stoppages during Gary Bettman's tenure, but the commish said each lockout actually made the league stronger.
Getting a few more hours of work out of employees may seem like a great deal for companies. But it can also be counterproductive.
Here's how bad it could get for gold: Down 35 percent from its 2011 peak, the yellow metal has lost some $50 per troy ounce in the past week.
Investors have become too negative. The period of stagnation and lower returns is behind us, market observers told CNBC on Tuesday.
Apple plays catch-up with iOS 8 social and cloud features announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
It had a long run, but the PSP — the handheld gaming device Sony introduced 10 years ago – is powering down.
The move is as part of a 'Food Policy' Panera unveiled that outlines its commitment to 'clean' and 'simple' ingredients.
Samsung Electronics on Tuesday is unveiling its first phone that uses propriety software, rather than Google Android.
The valley's commercial and residential real estate prices have skyrocketed, partly due to the massive areas dominated by tech companies.
Today, climate change-conscious investing is based less on a general desire to save the world and more about picking winners and losers.
The modest increase in bond yields during the past few sessions should build as the economy improves, two market watchers tell CNBC.
The co-owner of two bitcoin-related sites has agreed to pay nearly $51,000 to settle charges he publicly offered shares before registering.
It's time to stop wanting Tim Cook to be Steve Jobs. Because guess what? He's actually more like Warren Buffett—and that's not bad at all.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Chicago filed a lawsuit against five pharmaceutical companies, accusing them of concealing the risks associated with certain painkillers.