Months into Colorado's legal marijuana experiment, the state is getting a handle on the market's size. It's pretty big.
Shares in one of Portugal's main banks, Banco Espirito Santo, were suspended from trading after dropping another 17 percent, Dow Jones reported.
Though inflation pressures remain fairly muted for now, Pimco believes it's time for investors to prepare for what's ahead.
A lower unemployment rate doesn't mean all jobs are getting filled. A new survey reports many businesses are having difficulty finding workers.
The tie-dye donning guy from TV who waited almost 20 hours to buy legal pot in Washington was fired from his job for smoking weed.
Hedge-fund manager Todd Schoenberger once said "Homeownership is for suckers." It's way beyond that now, he says.
AirCare, a travel insurance company, insures tarmac delays of more than two hours for $1,000, plus more. NBC News reports.
Shortly after shuttering its stores, Crumbs Bake Shop is close to securing financing from a prominent investor group.
As stock markets around the world fell amid a sell-off, many investors were pointing fingers at Portugal. Here's why.
"All I know is that I disassociate from this," the company's former auditor told CNBC.
Stocks declined Thursday, tracking European shares, on worries about one of Portugal's top banks.
New U.S. claims for unemployment benefits fell last week to one of its lowest levels since before the 2007-09 recession.
Gold also gained support from India's decision to keep the import duty on gold unchanged at a record 10 percent in the budget, against expectations.
With the stock market recently at all-time highs, it's more attractive to sell than buy, said private-equity billionaire Wilbur Ross.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The wildly popular "Game of Thrones" TV series could also help re-establish Croatia's reputation as a location for film making.
China hackers broke into networks that house information of federal employees, targeting employees who applied for top-secret security clearances.
AOL boss Tim Armstrong still loves his BlackBerry, and he tells CNBC other CEOs around the Sun Valley media and tech conference apparently do, too.
Global equity markets slumped Thursday amid concerns over U.S. economic growth and weaker-than-expected data from China and the euro zone.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open, despite relatively dovish minutes from the Fed, amid earnings caution.