"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer explains why Tesla Motors stock plummeted, especially after reporting better-than-expected earnings the day prior.
Twitter's original expected range was $23 to $25 per share.
Google is exploring using two large barges on the East and West coasts as interactive learning centers where people can explore about technology.
Whole Foods Market on Wednesday reported same-store sales that decelerated in the fourth quarter. Shares plunged in extended-hours trading.
Fans of "Mexican Coke" in the US need not worry about losing the cane sugar that sweetens their favorite drink.
Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, says video is the No. 1 thing social media consumers want.
A new report says the combined fortunes of the world’s billionaires have doubled since the financial crisis, but what do we know about them?
The days of playing to "tax-and-spend" concerns may be over for the GOP. Here's what the party needs to do to start winning elections again.
With the financial community watching, will the smart money invest in Twitter's IPO? Anecdotal evidence says yes.
New York's incoming mayor has pledged to raise taxes on the rich, who some worry will flee the city.
Weeks after the botched launch of HealthCare.gov, the IT chief at the agency responsible for Obamacare is taking a job in the private sector.
Facing strong momentum on the eve of Twitter's public debut, underwriters involved with the deal are aiming to price the social network at $27 per share, barring any last-minute hitches, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Stay away from Twitter stock is the message to clients from a group of select financial advisors polled by CNBC.
Wal-Mart said a 'technical error' caused certain products to be priced absurdly low or high on its website Wednesday.
"I think this is a five-year, upward-only adjustment," Colony Capital Chairman and CEO Tom Barrack says.
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about why he's not all that encouraged about the stock market, even as indexes rise to new highs.
Wealthy men say in a survey that they prefer a good body over a pretty face. Among other revelations, a nice smile is more important than great hair.
Some of Wall Street's biggest names are focused on India, but it's not the country's finances that have their attention. It's a chess tournament.
Healthcare.gov is not fatally flawed and shutting down the system to repair it will not help, said HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
The CEO of Mount Sinai Health System sees hospitals becoming a one-stop shop for getting care and the insurance to pay for it.