Federal law currently prohibits banks from processing marijuana transactions, but that may all be about to change.
Martin Gewirtz says President Obama is getting a bad rap over the botched health-care reform rollout and that the success stories in signing up, like his own, are growing.
The record cold spell that has half the country in the deep freeze could cost the U.S. economy a pretty penny.
Nearly 3,000 properties were on the block at the year's first big foreclosure auction in Atlanta as buyers look for bargains to rehab, flip or rent.
Private sector job creation continued at a healthy clip in December, with companies adding 238,000 positions despite the inclement weather.
A sharp surge in interest rates caused mortgage refinances to plummet two weeks ago, but they are now finding their footing again.
All good things must end, including the dream run in U.S. stocks, according to HSBC, which downgraded its view on the country's stocks to underweight.
Gold is getting shunned after its miserable 2013, but some analysts are starting to see glimmers of a recovery in the coming year.
Toyota will sell a new hydrogen-powered car in 2015 called the FCV which emits only water vapor as exhaust.
Robert Gates, who served both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, delivers an icy assessment of his most recent boss and his foreign policy. The FT reports.
Despite any public trash-talking, Expedia knows which fans really think their team is going all the way this year.
Nuveen's Bob Doll sees a 10 percent stock correction amid a pretty good but volatile year for stocks, and he expects gold and other commodities to continue to fall.
The U.S. has gone through it, so have Europe and Japan. Now it is Asia's turn to endure a period of austerity, one economist tells CNBC.
The outlook for Japan will become even brighter with the emergence of a “wage surprise,” according to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Yahoo unveiled new products at the Consumer Electronics Show, including a competitor to Google's predictive search technology for smartphones.
The U.S. remains woefully underprepared for future polar vortexes, Bill Nye, "The Science Guy," told CNBC on Tuesday.
Federal regulators don't need new laws to tamp down on the more seedy uses of bitcoin and other virtual currencies, Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del., told CNBC on Tuesday.
French police have secured the release of two managers held hostage by trade unionists at a Goodyear tire plant in France.
A Spanish judge charged Princess Cristina - younger daughter of King Juan Carlos - with tax fraud and money laundering.
More Robocop than geek chic, Google Glass and other wearable technology are making their way into the workforce, via law enforcement.