Financial firms are shelling out big cash for the mid-term Senate elections, but their favorite candidate is an unlikely one.
Double-digit price gains for homes from just a year ago are disappearing, and suddenly it's no longer a seller's market.
Steve James was impressed by the work ethic of the minimum-wage workers he met while making his documentary, "The Value of Work." He thinks they deserve better.
The Internal Revenue Service expanded dollar limitations for some pension plans based on cost-of-living adjustments.
Ahead of earnings from Microsoft and Amazon.com, analyst Christine Short says only one appeared positive.
ISIS makes its fortune by selling oil from seized territory to its enemies, NBC News reports.
After recent stock selloffs, the market appears to have regained its bullish trend, strategist Ed Yardeni says.
Microsoft bought the Finnish firm's mobile division in April and has gradually removed the Nokia brand name.
Bank customers can expect a flurry of thick mail as credit companies rush to get chip cards into their hands ahead of the holiday season.
Apple said it would consider other options for its sapphire production plant and evaluate GT Advanced's progress.
Major averages kicked off the session with a bang, as investors cheered a round of better-than-expected earnings reports.
In 2013, Americans forfeited 169 million vacation days, amounting to $52.4 billion in lost benefits, according to a new study.
The car-service announced a one-day pilot program in partnership with Harvard Medical School to deliver free flu shots on-demand, NBC News reports.
An Alabama man who won a settlement against the police has to pay his lawyers $459,000 while he gets only $1,000.
IHS Technology tore apart a 2013 Tesla Model S to find out all the components that make the vehicle—the head unit alone holds nearly 5,300 parts.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has so much growth that its stock will likely continue to climb, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
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Being a Secret Service agent requires extraordinary bravery. But sometimes, it also requires flirting with a foreign hacker.
Here's the state where Senate candidates are spending $100 million—and why it's not an outrage, it's a bargain!, according to Jake Novak.
Silicon Valley wages are back in the spotlight again, but not for the reason you think.