An Apple iPad demo model exploded on Wednesday in a Vodafone store in Canberra, Australia, pushing customers to evacuate, reported News.com.au.
A new survey shows that a majority of job seekers have set their priorities, and health insurance isn't what's most important to them.
When the cold front moves in, your car is put to the test. Which are best for the frozen tundra? Read CNBC.com's list of cars for bad weather.
The Plaid Parliament of Pwning team from Carnegie Mellon let CNBC cameras follow members as they work to claim a coveted hacking title.
The assertion by Walter Robb of Whole Foods on Friday followed news that the FDA has proposed banning transfats in processed food.
For investors who steered clear of real estate funds after the crash, fund managers say it might still be the early stages of a multi-year recovery.
The Internal Revenue Service said identity theft crimes related to fraudulent tax returns have soared in 2013, as thieves target IRS refunds.
The TSA has told airports to take over exit-lane security by early 2014 so it can save $88.1 million a year. Airports don't want to absorb the cost.
Oil futures bounced off a four-month low on Friday, but analysts say prices could plunge if an agreement is reached on Iran's nuclear program.
Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about why stocks are higher today.
Although the jobs report was good, a housing recovery still needs more construction, more jobs for younger Americans and more credit.
Marijuana is, well, growing. "It's an incredibly exciting time to be in the cannabis industry," says one new investor.
Surprisingly strong job gains in October, even with the government shutdown, puts more pressure on the Fed to lighten up on QE when it meets next month.
It's an "urban legend" that Priceline.com pitchman William Shatner made $500 million from receiving stock, the chief of the online travel website says.
Home Depot announced it had fired an outside marketing agency responsible for issuing a racist tweet and apologized for the "offensive" message.
U.S. consumer sentiment dipped in November to a near two-year low as lower-income households worried about their job prospects.
U.S. stocks posted modest gains on Friday after the government's brighter-than-expected report on the labor market.
How can you make sure you have enough money to retire? For people in their 40s and 50s, that's a main question. Top advisors have the answers.
BlackBerry will pay its new interim CEO a base salary of $1 million, a bonus, as well as stock awards potentially worth some $85 million.
Though the Great Recession is over, budgets remain badly squeezed by flat wages, higher payroll taxes and a weak job market.