CNBC put two Kickstarter projects head-to-head and NudeAudio's high performance speaker took the crown.
The FAA cited the "potentially hazardous situation" created by continued violence in the region.
Republican politicians sued the SEC, seeking to throw out a rule that limits political donations by investment advisers.
In May, a unanimous vote by the Federal Election Commission made it legal for bitcoin donations to be deposited into official campaign accounts.
Geopolitics are likely to dominate markets Friday, with traders sensitive to even small developments.
Amid reports that Russia may be open to de-escalating the crisis in Ukraine, Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer told CNBC on Friday that he's not buying it.
Geopolitical tensions continued to rattle investors with Japan's Nikkei slipping 3 percent and the French CAC moving into market correction territory.
Pfizer is facing a mounting wave of lawsuits by women who allege that the company knew about possible serious side effects of its drug Lipitor.
The hamburger joint's poor sales are just another indication consumers have lost their appetite for fast food, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The M&A wave could be a harbinger of a booming economy...or a collection of last-minute attempts to beat higher debt rates. NYT reports.
These six names are all trading at least 10 percent below their 52-week highs, and a number of other Dow stocks are less than 1 percentage point away.
The U.S. Secret Service sprang into action and apprehended a trespasser at the White House — a toddler who squeezed through a fence and ended up on the lawn.
Spotify has re-advertised a job this week that sparked speculation the firm could be preparing to go public when it was first posted.
As the silicon chip nears its theoretical limit of productivity, semiconductor companies are in an R&D arms race to drive chip innovation.
El Al Airlines has added a clown to the cabin crew of select long-haul flights to keep kids entertained. Other carriers have nannies.
High-yield bond funds accelerated losses this week, hemorrhaging $11.4 billion as investor rushed to plant their cash elsewhere.
Boeing and United Technologies have been amassing titanium parts from Russia in case global tensions disrupt supply of the metal.
Hurricane Iselle was downgraded to a tropical storm as it neared Hawaii Friday, but still packed winds and rain that left thousands without power.
"Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly explains why he decided to short Apple during Thursday's session.
World market turmoil could keep the Fed on the sidelines longer, even if U.S. economic growth continues to strengthen, BK Asset Management's Boris Schlossberg tells CNBC.