Elon Musk, Tesla chief executive, has quoted Warren Buffett, suggesting that it is like dealing with a "manic depressive" when handling the stock markets.
Folk wisdom suggests that more education gives one greater chances to reach the top of the corporate ladder. However, a new study shows otherwise.
European shares started the week on a positive note, closing higher, as U.S. stocks advanced near record high territory.
With traditional risk measures signaling complacency, some analysts are wondering if investors should worry about not being worried.
The slow start to the West's manufacturing revival is under threat from a shortage of skilled workers, experts told CNBC.
Taliban militants disguised as security forces stormed Pakistan's busiest airport and at least 27 people were killed in a night-long battle.
Asian stocks kicked off the week with gains following positive data releases from the region's two biggest economies and a strong U.S. lead.
China has accused Vietnam of ramming its ships more than 1,000 times and said while it wants good relations, it would not abandon its principles.
Russian companies are preparing to switch contracts to renminbi and other Asian currencies amid fears that western sanctions may freeze them out.
Japan's economy grew an annualized 6.7 percent in the first quarter of 2014 compared with an initial estimate of 5.9 percent.
A fall in imports has sparked concerns about whether China's effort to transition to a domestic-demand-driven economy is working.
Forgot about a summer surge—gas prices are looking mellow, and that could give US consumers a major fillip.
Advocates for more oil exports say it will lower U.S. energy costs. Not so fast, say their opponents.
Passengers using one of the taxi disruptor companies may not be covered by insurance if the driver gets in a wreck, some states advise.
What's the opposite of a financial crisis? We may be about to find out.
A ambush in a Las Vegas pizzeria that carried over to a nearby Walmart left five people shot, including two police officers and a pair of shooters.
The bogus IRS agent scam continues after tax season. Telephone scammers have struck gold and they're not about to stop mining for victims.
U.S. Census Bureau data shows adults older than 50 are among the fastest growing segment of unmarried couples.
Blackstone exec Bruce Wrobel did well and wanted to do good—and that may have had tragic consequences.
The corporate culture of Alibaba draws heavily from Western values in a mix of East and West that CEO Jack Ma dubbed 'Hupan culture'.