Snapchat's young CEO Evan Spiegel said that years of near-zero interest rates have led people to make "riskier investments" than they otherwise would.
The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.
There's a "total disconnect" between Shanghai's booming stocks and the Chinese economy, a China strategist says.
Unprecedented rainfall caused record-breaking flash floods in Texas early Tuesday. The death had risen to 11 by the afternoon.
Chart analyst John Kosar breaks down the reasons why gold may be headed for a rally ... and the best way to play it.
The barber of Seville is nowhere in sight, but locks of hair of Mozart and Beethoven are on the auction block.
Borrowers are pulling back from refinances and struggling to make home purchases during a historically busy time of year for housing.
As Diane von Furstenberg tells CNBC about her fashion career, we look at other iconic styles, like the famous polo shirt and desirable red soled heel.
U.S. Treasury Secretary fears a Greek "accident" and warned that the country and its creditors needed to "double down" their efforts.
Tiffany delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.
The years right before and after retirement are especially risky for investors, experts say. Here's how to navigate them.
European markets have more potential to break out, but the continent's fate is still tied to growth in the United States, Steven Wieting tells CNBC.
Stocks tumbled Tuesday and strategist Jim Paulsen believes equities will continue to head lower, with a likely correction in the cards.
According to the EPA, using the AC while driving at highway speeds is more fuel-efficient than having the windows open, USA Today reports.
Sen. Warren may not be running for the White House next year, but her influence in the Democratic party appears only to be rising.
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel said the ephemeral messaging service is planning an IPO, even as he warned that the tech bubble was going to burst.
Technology made the US oil shale boom. New technology may allow oil giants Saudi Arabia and Norway to become the next fracking boomers.
They scoff at phone jacks and dining rooms. Younger buyers of all stripes have a lot of the same "must-have" features on their lists.
Dollar strength and bond yields, in the context of Federal Reserve tightening, will continue to dominate market movements on Wednesday.
Apple has reclaimed its crown as the world's most valuable brand, worth a staggering $247 billion, according to WPP and Milward Brown.