Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group unveiled its first direct-to-consumer online shop in the United States on Wednesday.
For some young Chinese, the desire to work for foreign companies may be losing its appeal.
Recent graduates cheered Obama's student loan relief and even took a dose of tough love in stride. Still, they say, more needs to be done.
The balance of power between online shopping and the High Street is shifting, says Accenture’s Helen Merriott.
Surging U.S. oil production was expected to send oil prices lower, but a confluence of geopolitical events could drive high prices even higher.
Computers will be able to read at human levels by 2029 and will also begin to have human characteristics, said Google's Ray Kurzweil.
As if the Fed doesn't have enough to worry about, now it has to contend with the notion that its expectations for growth are too optimistic.
Lowe's is launching a simulation room that enables customers to view a 3-D representation of their renovation projects.
Taxi-hailing app Uber saw sign-ups jump to record levels following a rush of publicity, as cab drivers across Europe went on strike.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge nixed key teacher tenure rules in Vergara v. California to improve children's education.
Tea party activist David Brat tells CNBC his stunning victory over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was nothing short of a miracle.
Mortgage activity finally responded to lower interest rates but just as rates began to rise again.
IBM's Watson is changing the way banks and other financial institutions think about how they run their business.
Congress needs to lower interest rates and colleges should be held accountable, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said.
PayPal's president will now bead up FB's messaging products. But Bill Smead thinks Zuckerberg has very different intentions for the hire.
Bad weather in the U.S., the crisis in Ukraine, rebalancing in China and a rise in interest rates will hit growth, the World Bank says.
The euro neared a four-month low versus the dollar and a 1-1/2 year trough against sterling on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the Dow Jones industrial average, again, closed at an all-time high. But what goes up often comes down. Are you ready? Cramer is.
Buying stocks that are just about to go "ex-dividend" might be the closest thing to a sure thing as markets offer. USA Today reports.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro is investigating a potential security breach that may have led to information theft of thousands of customer credit cards.