Congress is letting popular tax breaks expire at the end of the year, creating uncertainty—once again—for millions of individuals and businesses.
The U.S. housing market could be in the early stages of yet another bubble, warned Robert Shiller, co-founder of the Case-Shiller index.
Japan's Nikkei index may have clocked its biggest annual gain in over 40 years, but it wasn't 2013's best performing stock index.
Gold's loss of luster in 2013 is confirmed as the precious metal registers its worst annual fall in over 30 years.
Some American technology entrepreneurs are seeking to pursue India's untapped opportunities, even without the clout of a multinational corporation backing them.
Netflix raised the salary of its chief executive Reed Hastings by 50 percent to $6 million for 2014, a regulatory filing showed.
Greece is on track to exit its EU-IMF bailout program in 2014 and should require no further loans, the country's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said.
Investors will be looking for earnings growth, while those who missed out on Wall Street's multiyear rally will be trying to join the party.
The legalized marijuana experiment kicks off in earnest Wednesday, as Colorado beats Washington in opening the first licensed retail outlets.
China's debt sentence is the biggest "known unknown" risk to global financial markets in 2014, one analyst told CNBC.
Sometimes data provides a valuable read on the economy. Other times, the Street just thinks it does.
Two-third of Americans own a smartphone, and the holdouts may find that no one wants their old handsets.
New York City has sued FedEx Corp, accusing the package delivery company of illegally delivering millions of contraband cigarettes to people's homes.
Companies are likely to spend more money on mobile ads in the coming year, according to one industry executive.
Pope Francis' comments about the wealthy and capitalism have at least one wealthy capitalist feeling hesitant about supporting a church project.
As many as 11 other states and Washington, D.C., are expected to consider increases in 2014. USA Today reports.
New year, new predictions on where the U.S. economy is headed. A panel of top U.S. economists expect real GDP growth of 2.8% in 2014.
The problem of U.S. underemployment may lessen in 2014, with better quality, higher-paying jobs on the market.
Extreme Dodge in Jackson, Mich. offers clues about how small businesses are faring under Obamacare, NBC News investigates.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose slightly in November, breaking a five-month negative streak, according to the National Association of Realtors.