Salaries for lawyers starting out have remained flat, with an annual pay of $160,000, The New York Times reports.
Tens of millions of Americans overpay their taxes each year and miss out on interest and market returns they could earn on that money.
Tech earnings kick off in a big way next week.
More than $250-billion in buyback authorizations were approved in the past three months.
Bundles aren't going away anytime soon, since they’re the core of the pay TV business. Re/code reports.
There are 11 CEOs who received raises last year while shares of their companies were among the worst performers. USA Today reports.
It got more expensive to have a sweet tooth last month.
Microsoft partners with start-up Cyanogen to create an open source platform that doesn’t rely on Google.
Democrat Jared Bernstein says Chris Christie's Social Security plan "does virtually nothing" to make the program solvent.
A growing number of adult film stars are going hardcore into the business of marijuana.
With interest rates projected to rise and inventory tight, the window for purchasing a second home may be starting to close.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on why Bentley's are not the most realiable cars in Britain.
Murder suspect Robert Durst is demanding that authorities return $161,000 seized after his arrest, NBC News reports.
A rare 100-carat diamond is being auctioned off at Sotheby's on April 21st where it is expected to fetch upwards of $25 million. CNBC's Robert Frank, and Lisa Hubbard of Sotheby's, provide a sneak peek at the exclusive gem.
Dining out may be a luxury, but new apps are going beyond GrubHub with everything from—chef and wine reviews to prepaying for meals.
Bloomberg's trading terminal experienced a prolonged outage on Friday morning, resulting in a treasury auction in the U.K. being postponed.
What is the computer system that hundreds of thousands investors rely on every day?
Hillary Clinton took steps this week to inoculate herself from attacks that she is too close to Wall Street, Politico's Ben White says.
The arguments against Common Core testing are good, but letting your kids opt out goes too far and sends the wrong message.
Consumer advocates worry a new trade deal could could make generic drugs harder to bring to market, reports The Fiscal Times.