An angel investor reveals inside information about Twitter's 2015 plans.
Federal Reserve officials characterized Sen. Rand Paul's "Audit the Fed" bill as misguided and politicized in interviews with The Hill.
Analysts say it would be a risky move to keep the RadioShack name associated with Sprint's newly acquired locations.
Twitter reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, but perhaps not all is well in Twitter land.
Standard & Poor's downgraded Greece's credit rating one notch and warned of a narrowing window for the government to agree on a new financing program.
Chinese investment in the U.S. last year topped $10 billion for the second year. But are Chinese businesses coming to America a good thing?
The jobs report has Republicans scrambling for a new angle to attack the economy under President Barack Obama, Politico's Ben White says.
2015 started off on a social high note. From Oscar nominations to record-high ratings, Twitter users reacted to it all.
Escaping the cold doesn't have to cost a fortune. A stronger dollar has made for bargain winter getaways.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife just donated $75 million to this institution.
The new Jeep Renegade, which is produced in Europe and sold predominantly in the U.S., is poised to reap the benefits of a strong dollar.
Minnesota will no longer accept tax returns submitted through Intuit's TurboTax because of potential fraud.
Venezuelans have become increasingly frustrated by food shortages and inflations, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Smart accessories will show up first where they generate the highest returns, analysts told CNBC.
Federal prosecutors are reportedly seeking travel records of the former chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Dennis Lockhart said he thinks the US economy continues to grow strongly enough to justify an initial interest rate hike later this year.
The trader known as "The Wolfman," who stood behind Rick Santelli in many a CME live shot, laments the closing of the pits—the "Colosseum" for futures traders.
That number will help current quarter earnings, but CEO Sally Smith tells CNBC fourth quarter results were held back some by higher chicken costs and higher labor costs.
A 64-year-old Virginia man who hates President Barack Obama could help destroy the president's health-care initiative in much of the U.S.
When Wells Fargo customers open up their profile at one of the bank's automated teller machines this week, they'll find a new option.