CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what Microsoft needs to do now after announcing its long-awaited CEO appointment.
Since the Winter Olympics began in 1924, athletes from Sonja Henie and Shaun White to Apolo Ohno have parlayed their glory to commercial success.
New orders for U.S. factory goods fell in December, but rose with the volatile transportation sector excluded from the data.
Much has changed over the past 25 years when it comes to retail. Here is a look at those who have changed the way people shop.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing in December, signaling that economic growth may continue apace in the early part of this year.
Winter's relentless wrath resumes Tuesday as another snowstorm sweeps across a 2,000-mile stretch, triggering winter-storm warnings in 15 states.
Two severed heads were dumped in front of a bank in the western Mexican state of Michoacán, days before a visit by President Enrique Peña Nieto.
But this is still a bull market, said "The Gartman Letter" publisher Dennis Gartman.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Take-Two Interactive beat expectations in Q3 2014, with $1.9 billion in non-GAAP revenue and earnings per share of $5.88 for the quarter.
Families inspired by the Westminster dog show to get a puppy may find that buying a purebred pup is cheaper than the costs of dog ownership.
More than a dozen hotels are investigating a report that customer data was stolen at a number of locations.
Global market volatility is not just down to the U.S. Federal Reserve's tapering, influential investor Marc Faber told CNBC.
As Facebook celebrates its 10th birthday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg told NBC's "Today" the service is not just for teenagers.
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that the side air bags on some Honda Accords can inflate when the front doors are closed.
Bill Gates may step down as Microsoft chairman to take a more active role in the company, and Steve Ballmer may be off the board entirely.
Investors are too worried about larger global macroeconomic forces to do much buying.
The American Taxpayer Relief Act hasn't lived up to its name. Wealthier taxpayers now face higher marginal tax rates and new investment income taxes.
The move raises new questions about how companies are testing the limits of a controversial, decades-old exports ban.
More than three years after Congress voted to overhaul financial regulations, only half the new rules are done. A quarter haven't even been proposed.