"Dilbert" creator Scott Adams tells CNBC he doesn't see a way to get around the problem of everyone's hyper-dependence on email.
Kentucky boasts the most improved environment for small businesses, according to new data.
Disney's latest animated blockbuster, "Frozen" is firing up Norway's tourism sector, as U.S. fans flock to experience the country's scenic delights.
Shire, the FTSE 100 pharmaceutical company which has often been the subject of bid speculation, has rejected a takeover bid from U.S. company AbbVie.
Great American poet and humanist Walt Whitman set a sales record at Christie's with a first edition of "Leaves of Grass."
The online brokerage allows investors to build stock and bond portfolios based on themes and broad economic trends—and share them.
A few U.S. entrepreneurs are offering a real-world version of a video game in which players solve puzzles together to escape a room within an hour.
What do Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, two of the great minds of our time fear? The rise of the machines. Their warnings are chilling.
John Browne kept his life as a gay man a secret. Had he been true to himself, he believes he would have been a much different leader.
All out of new stock ideas? Not Cramer. Here’s what’s on his calendar.
A former fed governor and a billionaire investor blame the Fed's easy money policies for some economic woes but Steve Liesman says not so fast.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat-to-lower open on Friday, after the news that Obama will send 300 military advisers to Iraq.
Forget the lighthearted marijuana puns, Cramer believes there’s a marijuana stock that presents a very serious opportunity.
China has sent four oil rigs into the South China Sea in a sign that Beijing is stepping up its exploration for oil and gas in the tense region.
After speaking with this young company, Jim Cramer said it should frighten much larger rivals.
Facebook was unavailable for many users late Friday afternoon in an outage that followed a brief one on Thursday morning.
Starbucks will raise prices of some drinks offered at US shops as well as on its brands of packaged coffee.
The ex-wife of energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens has become a Nevada hotelier, offering tipis with butler service, from $1,000 a night.
Kymeta is marketing an antenna that will simplify the satellite connection needed for broadband Internet on the go, anywhere in the world.
The organic movement’s claims about the sustainability of its methods are dubious, say Henry I. Miller and Richard Cornett.