What do you do if you're a 19-year-old with some time to pass on the weekend? Make a game that becomes an unexpected internet hit.
Bank of America's ex-CEO Kenneth Lewis has settled a lawsuit accusing him of deceiving investors about one of his biggest acquisitions: Merrill Lynch.
Mario Batali agreed to settle charges brought by the NY State Liquor Authority. Eataly's temporary wine shop closure will include a fine, Crain's reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he would ensure that a planned EU-U.S. trade deal did not weaken existing consumer or environmental standards.
CNBC.com takes a look at some of the famous faces who like to live large and win big at the casinos, including one who liked to leave dealers six-figure tips.
A majority of Americans are skeptical about the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Come April, the price will fall to 530 yen with the sales tax completely excluded, and retailers can choose to absorb none, some or all of the tax.
ICBC will restrict trade with Alibaba's online payment arm to one branch in the country's latest crackdown on a nascent online finance industry.
Disney and the TV industry are divided over the value of YouTube. It may be worth a great deal to DreamWorks Animation.
If you bought an Amazon Kindle e-book between April 2010 and May 2012, check your inbox. You may have money coming to you. NBC News reports.
Western leaders have discussed imposing further sanctions on Russia if it goes beyond the seizure of Crimea, the Dutch Prime Minister told CNBC.
A retired Deutsche Bank executive, William Broeksmit, killed himself after leaving several suicide notes, an inquest ruled.
2014's stock market leaders and Big Momentum names fall amid fears of rising rates and market frothiness.
Looks like someone just hit the gas pedal on the TV revolution, says BuzzFeed's Jon Steinberg.
A new report finds that the vast majority of short-term payday loans—4 out of 5—are not paid off within 14 days and are rolled-over or renewed.
Stocks suffered a tough turnaround on Wednesday, and many on the Street are blaming one massive options trade.
Citi was one of five banks whose capital plans were not approved. The Fed said Citi's plan did not fix previously raised issues.
The National Labor Relations Board has ruled scholarship athletes can unionize.
The National Transportation Safety Board took the time to remind pilots of the need to make it to the proper destination.
Even with the Internet, real estate agents are still a "very integral" part of buying and selling homes, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff told CNBC's "Squawk Box."