Shelly Sterling has signed a contract to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for a record $2 billion.
Consumer spending fell for the first time in a year in April, amid signs inflation is stirring.
Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George said she is open to leaving the balance sheet big even as it withdraws accommodation.
Fifty-one percent of voters are tired of hearing congressional candidates talk about Obamacare, and want to hear about things like jobs.
Cramer says Tim Cook skeptics are overlooking some very important developments. What are they missing?
Those investors opting at the start of the month to stay on the sidelines may well be kicking themselves.
In academia, where brand reputation is everything, one university holds an enviable place when attracting students and money, the NYT reports.
The U.K. economy will expand at its fastest rate this year since 2007, according to forecasts by the BCC out on Friday.
Intel plans to bring its fully customizable, 3-D printable robot kit to market by the end of the year.
National Grid is surveying soccer fans in a bid to gear up for the surge in energy demand during the World Cup from half-time cups of tea.
Paris ranked as the most popular global retail market last year, according to a new study by commercial real estate firm CBRE.
At The Cosmopolitan, poolside revelers can get bottle-service via drone. What could go wrong?
The Philippines posted weaker-than-expected first quarter growth, but Southeast Asia's 'rising star' economy is still rising, analysts say.
Japan's core consumer prices rose 3.2 percent in April, rising by their fastest pace in 23 years after a rise in the sales tax lifted prices.
Stocks rose Thursday after the economy contracting in the first quarter but jobless claims falling more than hoped.
Attention spans on Wall Street have shifted overseas as the ECB prepares for an important meeting next week, Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday.
Government safety regulators say the economic and societal harm from motor vehicle crashes amounted to $871 billion in a single year.
The Bilderberg conference, a top-secret annual gathering attracting the richest and most powerful people from across the globe, gets underway.
The first recall affects 915 thousand Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner vehicles. The second one impacts 195K Ford Explorers vehicles.
The Fed could raise interest rates by the middle of next year but consumers can use the methods to get ahead. The Fiscal Times reports.