Tim Cook just got us closer to the day when coming out as gay isn't a big deal, says former Rep. Barney Frank.» Read More
If you repeatedly answer the phone in a fake robot voice, can you get suspended from your job? Affirmative.
Markets have rebounded sharply since touching correction territory on October 15, with two S&P sectors posting double-digit gains since.
Piper Jaffray analysts Gene Munster and Doug Clinton say they were happy to see that investors don't care Apple CEO Tim Cook is gay.
What waits on the other side—asset bubbles, inflation, the prospects for still greater wealth disparity—remains, of course, an issue for another day.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company's third-quarter results and shared his high hopes for the future.
Politico's Ben White offers up his midterm prediction for the Senate, as well as for other tight races around the country.
Forty years after cheap Japanese watches nearly ruined the Swiss industry, Apple's new smartwatch is posing a similar threat.
U.S. labor costs rose more than expected in the third quarter as wages recorded their largest gain since 2008.
Americans now spend an estimated at $7 billion during Halloween, making it the second biggest holiday in terms of consumer spending.
Google said on Thursday that Andy Rubin, co-founder of its Android mobile business and head of its nascent robotics effort is leaving the company.
Japan's Sony reported a second-quarter operating loss on Friday that was narrower than analysts had estimated.
A large group of creditors of MF Global will soon receive their first payout, as $518.7 million of checks start to be mailed out on Friday.
Calpers welcomed a ruling by a federal judge allowing Stockton to exit bankruptcy in a plan that will not see pensions cut.
Wal-Mart said it would close 30 stores in Japan, scaling back in what was once considered one of the retailer's most promising markets.
Twitter has demoted its head of product, Daniel Graf, and given his responsibilities to another company head, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Apple CEO Tim Cook came out and then went right back to work. It should always be that easy, says the CEO of StartOut.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Dominic Chu revisit OnCore Golf six months after co-founders Bret Blakely and Steve Coulton first appeared on "Power Pitch."
The Fed's monetary policy move signals a shift in strategy for investors, Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian says.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said under current economic conditions, this asset is a good place to put money reports The Fiscal Times.
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Nestle's Gerber due to health claims made on baby formula packaging.
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