Walter Isaacson, author of the Steve Jobs biography, says the obsession over whether Apple will come out with a physical television is misplaced.
As many as 80 million records from insurance company Anthem may have been compromised. How to handle the aftermath.
A theme park in Japan is opening a high-tech hotel that will be staffed by robots, according to the hotel's website.
Pfizer is buying Hospira, which calls itself the world's leading provider of injectable drugs and infusion technologies. So what the heck are they?
Under Armour is creating a digital health and fitness community powerhouse, CEO Kevin Plank tells CNBC.
Borro is an online pawn shop allowing customers to get fast cash for everything from luxury watches to Ferraris.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher, encouraged by stabilization in oil and shaking off concerns about Greece ahead of the all-important jobs report.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment rose less than expected last week, a sign that the labor market continues to strengthen.
Societe Generale's Albert Edwards has warned that the deflation threat currently dogging the euro zone is greater in the U.S.
Employers cut 53,041 jobs in January, led by energy sector layoffs, Challenger, Gray & Christmas reported.
Weatherford plans to cut 5,000 jobs by the end of the first quarter as it tries to save costs amid sinking oil prices and budget cuts.
The U.S. trade deficit jumped 17.1 percent in December to $46.6 billion, the highest since late 2012.
Gold fell as uncertainty in Greece after the ECB said it would no longer accept Greek bonds in return for funding left investors on the sidelines.
The euro eased versus the dollar, with the focus on whether U.S. jobs data laterwill bolster the case for the Fedto consider raising interest rates.
Indonesia's economy in 2014 grew at its slowest pace in five years, as expected, the statistics bureau said on Thursday.
Netflix said it will launch its movie and TV streaming service in Japan in the fall of 2015.
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Twitter investors have retreated in the past year, sending the stock down 39 percent, even after a rally to kick off 2015.
In 17 states, less than 90 percent of children aged 19-to-35 months have gotten recommended vaccinations against measles, mumps and rubella.
Hedge funds don't want to lose out on the next big currency win and they've identified their next target.