Some Dodge dealers may be accepting deposits for more of the high-performance Hellcat models than they can deliver, USA Today reports.» Read More
As the nugget war between McDonald's and Burger King continues to rage, the Golden Arches is testing a new addition to its arsenal.
Under Armour and the boxing legend are collaborating on an apparel collection launching next month that will revolve around Ali's likeness.
One year after Facebook paid a whopping $19 billion for WhatsApp, who's winning the mobile-chat race? This ex-Google exec weighs in.
Jarden CEO James Lillie told CNBC on Wednesday he believes the U.S. consumer is "healthy."
Mondelez International has faced external pressure from currency headwinds and from high input costs, according to its CEO.
Investors should wait for a better entry point to buy into Netflix, SunTrust analyst Robert Peck told CNBC.
Chris Cox, Chief Product Officer of Facebook, explained why its Oculus Rift acquisition will be a game changer for the company. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from Code Media in Dana Point, California.
A Colorado businessman has created a T-shirt with an image of a gun that looks so realistic it needs a warning label, reports UPI.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how companies like Facebook and New York Times are using technology to change the way content is consumed.
BlackBerry is reviving a legal battle against a startup co-founded by Ryan Seacrest.
Kristina Church, analyst at Barclays, discusses current trades in the auto sector, looking particularly at Renault, Peugeot and Volkswagen.
It is a big year for Pinterest: now that it's fully launched its ad format, it's making a big push to get advertisers to embrace its "Promoted Pins."
"We're so close I can't imagine they can't resolve this very, very soon," the CEO of the Port of Long Beach told CNBC on Tuesday.
One CEO says his company has 200 containers with millions of dollars in inventory stuck offshore.
The change will affect more than 250 products across 10 brands, including Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch and Baby Ruth.
VisitIthaca.com says, "That's it. We surrender. Winter, you win. Key West anyone?" encouraging people to fly far away south.
Beef prices are high, but one indicator says the pendulum could start to swing the other way.
Patty Hearst's Shih Tzu, Rocket, won the toy dog category at the Westminster Kennel Club Show.
The doughnut chain apologized after one of its UK franchise partners advertised a event for the 'KKK,' its Krispy Kreme Klub.