Biogen CEO George Scangos talks about future growth opportunities at the company on CNBC's "Fast Money."
Ever since "Switchgate" morphed from a costly and embarrassing recall into a full-blown scandal, Mary Barra has been on the spot.
The QE program has lost its effectiveness, and there are signs of excessive risk-taking, the Dallas Fed's Richard Fisher said.
MillerCoors has made water conservation one of its key priorities, from its breweries around the country to the farms that supply it.
Here are three reasons one author-economist gives for climate change's low priority on the list of world problems.
Fast food chains are increasingly realizing how important phones have become to customers, especially young ones.
Twenty-five years from now, people will still aspire to own a home, but the issue will be how they come to buy one.
Whether rising food costs will translate into a higher restaurant bill depends on where you go, according to CEOS appearing on CNBC.
Tensions between Russia and the West have flared once again—this time over gas supplies, but fund managers say Iran-style sanctions look unlikely.
Rising inflation and interest rates aren't a bad thing. Here's why, says Michael Yoshikami.
Biotechs drop on reports Rep. Waxman has sent a letter to Gilead's CEO asking him to justify the price of Hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
Coverage of the Fed chair's "gaffe" look fairly silly following the markets' subsequent gains, POLITICO's Ben White says.
More than a few companies are having IPOs on Friday, but CNBC's Jim Cramer thinks investors should be careful.
Sarcastically calling private equity firms "everything other than Mother Teresa," CNBC's Jim Cramer took PE firms to task on Friday.
A new report suggests that future growth for luxury will come from a new consumer. They're called YUMMY's—Young Urban Males.
Last year, consumers at bars and restaurants cut back on their orders of alcoholic beverages and that trend continues into 2014. USA TODAY reports.
Are video game companies really as bad at customer service as they sometimes appear?
Mt.Gox said on Friday it found 200,000 "forgotten" bitcoins, a week after the Tokyo-based digital currency exchange filed for bankruptcy protection.
Sen. Dan Coats found himself on a Russian sanctions list, and responded in the only way he knew how: cracking some jokes at Vladimir Putin's expense.
A US appeals court upheld the Federal Reserve's rules for debit card "swipe fees," reversing a lower court's decision to throw them out.