Just 46 percent of the people who strongly prefer a new home are willing to pay the 20 percent premium that new homes cost.
Somehow, an unsuspecting civilian received parts of a NOAA drone delivered by UPS, NBC News reports.
Thomas Piketty's new book has inspired an economic debate the likes of which hasn't been seen in at least four years.
Congressional investigators are examining whether CEO Mary Barra and other executives were more involved than formerly acknowledged.
The wealthy plan to put nearly half of their investment dollars into these sectors this year, the CNBC Millionaire Survey revealed.
Twitter shares may be at all-time lows, but Bob Peck sees an emerging opportunity.
Activist investors like Ackman and Icahn are trumpeting their good work but investors should do a little more digging on these guys, says Ron Insana.
The latest version of Google Maps comes with a few nice new features, among which is the ability to check for nearby Uber cars and request one.
As pressure against the Dorchester hotel chain continued to grow, one executive suggested other hotels should help the local hotel staff.
The vote had been delayed in order to build support for the plan that would wind down taxpayer-owned mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Dennis Gartman has found a new way to get into gold.
The company reported a loss of 1 cent a share on revenue of $758 million.
Cloud storage company Dropbox recently corrected a bug that allowed potentially sensitive data to leak to the Internet at large, reported the BBC.
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson hired an ex-GM engineer who oversaw an internal probe of the defective ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths.
The U.S. derivatives markets regulator is preparing a proposed rule for automated trading, a senior regulator said
Twitter dropped sharply as nearly 500 million shares were set to hit the market as the lockup period expires.
Goldman Sachs is still doing business with Steven A. Cohen and extended a loan to the billionaire after his firm, SAC Capital Advisors.
Despite all the hoopla, Einhorn's Greenlight Capital is hardly the first to bet against the healthcare service and software company.
Shares of Discovery Communications have lagged the media sector. That has left significant margin for improvement.
Several changes have been made to stabilize the market after the Dow dropped about 1,000 points four years ago today.