As CES wraps up Friday, the ending date of Jan. 9 has particular significance to techies. It's the eighth anniversary of Apple's iPhone launch.
Let's face it, technology can get weird. And you don't have to roam very far at CES before you run into some, well, interesting products.
The S&P 500 passed the first five days of the year with a gain, and according to market lore, that suggests a positive year.
Coca-Cola says the cuts will help "streamline and simplify our structure."
CNBC contributor Carol Roth says it doesn't address the problems faced by youth in America.
Stocks edged up as the December jobs report topped expectations and hourly earnings declined.
Michigan State Police have confirmed that at least one person was killed in a multiple vehicle pileup on I-94 near Galesburg, Michigan.
Facebook just upped the ante on its big bet on digital video—and ratcheted up the competition with Google's YouTube.
Macy's and J.C. Penney are only the latest retailers whittling down their square footage. It happens every January. Here's why.
A.K. Verma, an executive engineer at the Central Public Works Department, was fired after last appearing for work in December 1990, according to Reuters.
Job kept the pace in December, with the U.S. economy creating 252,000 jobs to close out the year, while the unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 percent.
The suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre were killed Friday during a police raid on a factory where they were holding a hostage.
Jim Cramer reviews the Top 10 stocks of the S&P 500 for 2014. Will they be winners again this year?
The devaluation of the ruble has led to a surge of great travel deals to Russia, Today reports.
Europe shares extended losses on Friday, tracking declines on Wall Street.
Obama wants to make two years of community college free and universally available, saying he would propose this at the State of the Union speech.
Chinese citizens and companies must pay domestic taxes on their worldwide incomes, New York Times reports.
A time capsule in the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House was unveiled Tuesday, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
With oil prices falling, energy stocks may seem like the last place you'd want to be, but one strategist says they could be the sleeper hit of 2015.
December's employment report should show broad-based job growth of more than 200,000, but it could pale in comparison to November's robust numbers.