The $1 million bet that Applied Materials will break out
Arizona invited a slew of business VIPs to the Super Bowl, underscoring how sporting events double as junkets for movers and shakers.
Uber launched a food-delivery service, UberEATS, in Barcelona on Wednesday.
Indonesia's central bank surprised markets by cutting its benchmark interest rate on Tuesday by 25 basis points.
The Oscars are facing a huge risk this year: It's the lowest-grossing group of Best Picture nominees since 2009.
Jim Cramer shares his pick of top brass that are killing the competition and making shareholder dough.
Hearsay is introducing a set of tools focused on financial services to help advisors keep their jobs in the face of robo-advisors.
The U.S. is "closely" monitoring Greek talks with creditors as they have increased global uncertainty, a Treasury official said.
India's currency suffered a security breach that government officials kept hidden, according to a new report.
Falling oil prices have helped give rise to tech firms that focus on making drilling more efficient.
The Bank of Japan kept its massive monetary stimulus program in place, as widely expected, but calls for the central bank to do more are growing.
There's a new tactic in the war against hackers that could make US companies far less hackable in the future.
Top tech investor Paul Meeks updates his "Squawk Box Platinum Portfolio," which he's leading to a 5 percent return.
Yemen's ousted president Hadi appeared to rescind his resignation after escaping house arrest by the Houthi militia in the capital and fleeing to Aden.
Modi is looking to reverse India's effective ban on genetically modified food crop trials in a bid to boost the country's dismal farm productivity.
The deal made late Friday lifted the threat of bankruptcy hanging over Greece, but also committed it to honor tough fiscal targets.
The all-cash deal could be announced as soon as Sunday, according to these sources who requested not to be identified.
One condominium owner has a unique incentive to make a unit for sale more appealing: a year's worth of free Uber rides, for up to $5,000.
The technology giant still has a lingering problem that could make getting into the auto business difficult.
Wal-Mart Stores will change its labor policy to allow full-time employees to use their sick days as soon as they get ill, the company said.