North American box office receipts totaled about $10.5 billion in 2014, a 4 percent decline from a year earlier. The New York Times reports.» Read More
Free users received bogus messages that appeared to be from interested members, but they had to upgrade their profiles to respond, the suit said.
Apple CEO Tim Cook came out and then went right back to work. It should always be that easy, says the CEO of StartOut.
The music industry—in the form of album sales—may be dying a long slow death for everyone else, but not for Taylor Swift.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
On Thursday, the Cavs embark on a new era, as King James returns in what is sure to be a celebratory and emotional homecoming.
Apple CEO Tim Cook may be "proud to be gay," but he is not alone. More company chiefs are making their sexual orientation known. Here is a list.
An arctic blast is due to hit the eastern part of the U.S., bringing the first freeze for many areas following an unseasonably warm week.
Prosecutors are exploring whether to strengthen deferred or nonprosecution agreements, or scrap them altogether and force the banks to plead guilty to a crime. The NYT reports.
Debrett's, the publisher of a centuries-old guide to British upper-class decorum, has criticized the practice of blind copying via email.
"I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an op-ed in BloombergBusinessweek.
President Barack Obama spoke after meeting with doctors and officials involved in the fight against Ebola.
Cliffs Natural Resources CEO Lourenco Goncalves refused to answer questions from a Wells Fargo analyst on Tuesday during an earnings conference call.
From "Lloyd Vader" to "Sexy Janet Yellen," here are Raj Mahal's idea for Halloween costumes for the 1%.
Now that LeBron James is back home in Cleveland, ticket prices for the Cavaliers' home opener are going through the roof of the Quicken Loans Arena.
JFK and Jackie slept there. William Randolph Hearst owned it. Now, this house, profiled on CNBC's "Filthy Rich Guide," could be the most expensive rental in America.
Forty-four percent of Fortune 500 companies have had their employees' stolen email addresses and passwords exposed in Internet forums used by hackers.
The waiting is the hardest part as lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano creeps slowly through the community of Pahoa.
Voters in D.C. and in two states will decide on measures to legalize marijuana.
Data breaches put the personal records of 18.5 million Californians at risk in 2013, the state attorney general reported on Tuesday.
Suspicious cyberactivity has been detected on the network used by the White House and measures have been taken to address it, an official disclosed.
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