The Mall of America in Minnesota plans to get bigger and better. Maureen Bausch, Mall of America executive VP of business development, provides insight into the planned construction.» Read More
These cars should have been hits with consumers, but were sadly overlooked. All were offered on the U.S. market, and all fell short of sales expectations.
People with a college degree are more likely to get—and stay—married than their less educated counterparts, according to new research.
Muscle cars are part of a high-speed subculture originating in the 1960s. But the era isn't over, and 2014 cars are debuting in showrooms right now.
Cybercrime requires almost no overhead or experience. Some did it from store parking lots and some did it before they were old enough to buy beer.
Automakers are rolling out new models, but which are the most desirable? Kelley Blue Book gave CNBC.com a list.
The capability exists to turn everyday resources into fuel components. Many may be sitting in your garbage can, recycling bin or city landfill.
Jan Kniffen, CEO of J. Rogers Kniffen, remains optimistic about J.C. Penney.
"Retailers do think the shutdown will have an impact on their businesses," explains Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen CEO.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Wal-Mart has told CNBC its headline about the retailer cutting orders is "misleading." Wal-Mart's David Tovar says Wal-Mart has hundreds of categories, and is constantly changing its inventory levels.
Security technology can analyze specific movement in video footage that can allow security to act in ways it may not otherwise be able to do. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on how this technology is being used to fight terror in the USA.
Tupperware CEO Rick Goings discusses the rising number of "Tupperware parties," as well as the SEC's proposal for companies to disclose the ratio of CEO pay to that of the average worker. "We focus on showing women on how to become entrepreneurs," he says.
CNBC's Dominic Chu has the rundown on where all the action is as a slew of notable records are being made in several stocks and sectors.
Here are some of the most memorable moments in game show history.
A sports industry insider predicts which events may attract betting, based on the jump in price of a ticket’s face value to its secondary-market asking price.
The theme park business is mostly on the upswing. Disney is scaling back its capital spending on parks for now, while Comcast's Universal Studios is doubling down, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
What's hot and what's not in autos right now? CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the shortages of specific auto models. Automakers aim for 60 days to 70 days' supply, but the Subaru Impreza Wagon, as well as the Mercedes G Class, both have just 15 days.
Automakers are seeing a record high amount of auto leasing. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
CNBC's "The Profit" airs tonight at 10 PM EST. Marcus Lemonis shares a preview for tonight's episode. Marcus offers advice to the co-owners of an American made menswear business in New York called FELTRAIGER. Co-owners Dan Feldman and Jon Feldman join to discuss.
For retailers, back-to-school is an important time. CNBC's Courtney Reagan hit the mall with teens to see what they are really buying.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to brands, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. A walk around a mall with a few teens to see just what they're buying in retail.