If anybody can make wearable technology cool, it's Apple. A host of unlikely cheerleaders is hoping the watch hits it big.
The House passed a spending bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security through September 30, without immigration restrictions.
Despite this nation's currency and geopolitical troubles, it is a bright spot in the global energy market. Good news: Value plays abound.
Oil trader Andy Hall has closed out his bearish bets on oil and is predicting a price recovery in crude sooner than many analysts expect.
A new study titled "Am I Normal?" published Tuesday in the British Journal of Urology reveals the answer to a common question. NBC reports.
Rick Rieder, Jamie Dinan and Kyle Bass all think Janet Yellen is finally going to move rates in June.
A group of once high-flying tech names could be set to break out once more, 15 years after they played a starring role in the tech bubble.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday that it's about time Citigroup executed some of its latest moves.
"There's going to be significantly more pain this year than there was last year" in the state, a researcher tells CNBC.
A nuclear Iran would throw a wrench into the growing Israeli economic powerhouse.
California apartment complexes that doubled as "maternity hotels" for Chinese women who want made-in-America babies were raided early Tuesday.
For under $130, you, too, can be the #LeftShark, Katy Perry says.
Consumers have been filling their pockets with the money they're saving while filling up at the gas pump, Moody's economist Mark Zandi said Tuesday.
Brian Sullivan's newest "New Ideas" column looks at reasons for a market pullback. And one stock that may rise above.
Transportation start-ups Uber and Lyft this week have introduced initiatives aiming to keep drivers happy and connected.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that federal courts have the authority to rule in a dispute over Colorado's Internet tax law.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the release by Orange of their new $40 smartphone targeted at the emerging markets.
The consensus among economists on Wall Street and at the Federal Reserve is that consumer spending will begin to increase in the coming months.
Warren Buffett's annual letter strongly criticized the financial industry, who took notice of his warnings, the NYT reports.
Currently, Apple has quoted its smartwatch as starting at $349, but an analyst at Piper Jaffray thinks it will be way more than that.