Investor Mark Cuban said private funding makes today's technology bubble worse than the stock-driven bubble of 2000.
Billions of dollars are pouring into oil exchange-traded funds, as investors risk big losses and focus on the chance of huge rewards.
Despite the meltdown in oil, prices are more likely to rise than to fall further because of political instability, an industry consultant tells CNBC.
With Etsy readying an IPO, you'll start hearing more about B Corps, a certification for governance, environmental standards and volunteerism.
The U.S. weather forecaster extended its forecast for a 50-60 percent chance of El Nino conditions through the summer 2015.
A Wall Street report lays out an interesting case for buying Dunkin' Brands shares.
Zynga is giving the world its first glimpse of action game "Dawn of Titans," which the company is counting on to revive sales growth.
Fortune has revealed its list of the top companies to work for in America and Google is number one, again. Today Money reports.
Mobile exec Neil Sweeney offers up four key mobile-ad trends out of the Mobile World Congress this year.
Dunkin' Donuts plans to remove titanium dioxide from all powdered sugar, Dow Jones reports.
New orders for U.S. factory goods unexpectedly fell in January, posting their sixth straight monthly decline.
These 11 stocks are down for the year after beating the market for three years straight, USA Today reports.
The new CEO of BATS Global Markets told the Kansas City Business Journal that his company is not planning an IPO now.
CN said traffic running both directions along the route, which links Toronto and Winnipeg, Manitoba, could be delayed by 24 hours or more.
Expect more volatility in oil, with prices staying around current levels, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson told CNBC.
Cushing, Oklahoma, is a sleepy town with 8,000 people. It's also the intense focus of every major player in the oil market right now.
A delay in production of Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad could actually be good news for the tech giant, analysts say. Here's why.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose and productivity contracted more sharply than previously thought.
The Dow Theory is flashing a "sell" signal. Here's how to profit.
A judge has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement in a class action suit employee poaching suit. Re/code reports.