Fans, players, owners, advertisers—all eyes will be watching when Commissioner Adam Silver discusses the NBA's probe of Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Lower-wage industries accounted for 22 percent of job losses during the recession, but added back 44 percent of jobs since.
"Companies with money tied up in Russia would have a tough time getting it back out," says one foreign policy analyst.
Licensed-toy sales continue to be a bright spot in the overall toy category, which saw sales decline 1 percent to $22.1 billion last year.
Top technician Carter Worth says this sector, and its biggest stock in particular, are fantastic bets right now.
Computer algorithms are deciding on a daily basis which way stocks go and that's holding investors hostage, small-cap stock picker Craig Hodges tells CNBC.
The Supreme Court will consider whether searching phones—with their vast troves of data—is "unreasonable search and seizure." The NYT reports.
Microsoft has been rushing to fix bugs on its Internet Explorer browser. Hackers have already exploited the flaw and have attacked American companies.
The tech giant hopes the media system's interactive features and social integration give it the edge it needs to compete.
President Obama rarely has had anything good to say about business or economic growth. Instead he talks about inequality, redistribution, taxing the rich and reregulation, CNBC's Larry Kudlow says.
The bug is the first high-profile security flaw to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month.
Pending home sales from the National Association of Realtors rose 3.4 percent in March but is still down 7.9 percent from March of 2013.
Bank of America revised its previously announced regulatory capital ratios downward, the company announced Monday.
Pimco's former CEO and one-time heir apparent also tells CNBC he left the investment giant because he wanted to do something different.
Will Janet Yellen remove the market's confusion, or will she add to it?
By the year's end, Deloitte predicts $1.5 trillion, or 50 percent, of all in-store sales will be influenced by digital devices.
Gangs and state-backed hackers from east Asian and Russian-speaking countries drove a spike in cyber-spying last year, a study showed.
Singapore has overtaken London as the largest clearing center for China's domestic currency outside of China and Hong Kong, according to SWIFT.
Wealthy Russians and Ukrainians are trying to shift more cash into London property, say estate agents, the FT reports.
Key U.S. data culminating in Friday's closely-watched jobs report and the Fed's target measure of inflation a day earlier may offer some sustenance to a directionless dollar, CNBC's latest market survey showed.