NXP's acquisition of Freescale shows that semiconductors are a "consolidating industry," NXP CEO Rick Clemmer said.
A rising tide lifts all boats, the saying goes, but as the Nasdaq heads toward a new record, more than just one tide is lifting the index.
Many hedge funds sold down or exited positions in eight of the 10 most commonly held stocks, including Apple, Google and Exxon.
Prices are rising for custom suits, and it's taking longer to make them, because there is a shortage of quality tailors.
David Besbris is no longer running Google's social media products, including Google+, Recode reports.
Dennis Kozlowski's life has gone from incredible splendor to relative modesty, the New York Times reports.
Samsung's new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones versus Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
About 20 percent of the stocks in the S&P 500 could be due for a pullback, according to analysts' price forecasts.
Warehouse giant Costco announced Monday that it has entered into a new credit card program agreement with Citi and an incentive agreement with Visa.
Sanctions have taken a toll. More than 100 people fell off the Forbes World's Billionaires list—with the largest number from Russia.
The GOP's promises of a functional legislative branch was exactly what we thought it was: complete nonsense, Politico's Ben White says.
In the era of uber-connectiveness, here are three key things to keep in mind, says AT&T's mobile chief.
Advisors can use social media to boost their client base but deploying it successfully means repurposing unique content—relentlessly.
The Oracle of Omaha tells CNBC why he is sticking with IBM despite its recent woes.
If Congress really wants to enhance security, it should shut this unnecessary, unconstitutional department, says former Rep. Ron Paul.
Euro zone countries are discussing a third bailout for Greece, Spain's economy minister said on Monday, but EU officials said there were no talks.
Chart analyst John Kosar describes how seasonality in the stock market is one more reason that suggests last month's rally still has legs.
Ultra-easy central bank policies are about to come back to bite the economy, Gross said in his latest letter to investors.
The song has stirred a debate in the music world about what constitutes a fair amount of borrowing elements that may be common in many songs. The NYT reports.
The Oracle of Omaha answers questions from CNBC viewers following Saturday's release of his yearly letter to Berkshire's shareholders.