Taylor Swift's newest album "1989" is the first album to go platinum in 2014.
Kraft Foods Group fired most of its advertising agencies this week, the company confirmed to CNBC.com.
Liberal arts majors have gotten the reputation of being unemployable, but new research paints a rosier picture.
Sheryl Sandberg made an appearance during a Facebook Q&A to clear up any dirty laundry rumors about CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler speaks at the CNBC 25th anniversary gala.
Too bothered to stop at an ATM? The Nimbl app—now in beta testing—delivers cash to users wherever they are.
Businesses say their growth plans could be seriously threatened by a lack of water availability.
Flu season is just getting started, and protecting yourself doesn't cost much.
Two major breakfast-focused coffee chains may start serving dinner items in 2015.
Amazon's new device, "Echo," is a standalone Siri-like virtual assistant for the home.
Great advice on being a strong, independent woman from Diane Keaton, Robin Roberts and other leading ladies.
Having already conquered the music market, hip hop royalty Jay Z is entering the luxury end of the alcohol business.
Rising beef prices might not mean the cost of a Whopper is going to skyrocket, but it could mean you choose to order a chicken sandwich instead.
Sears said it is exploring converting up to 300 stores to a real estate investment trust and offer it to shareholders through a rights offering.
PayPal sponsors hackathons as a way to scout talent for IT-related jobs.
The economy added 214,000 jobs in October, fewer than expected yet at a pace that suggests the recovery is intact.
Retailer Abercrombie & Fitch warned that third-quarter sales were below expectations, and shares fell 10 percent in premarket trading on the news.
Apple's Macs now enjoy the highest-ever U.S. market share, according to IDC's report: The Mac is the third-largest PC seller, with a 13 percent share.
The fate of Tesla's stock rides on one question: What matters more, long-term potential or short-term execution?
The comedian sold his TriBeCa duplex for $17.5 million, three times what he paid for it, the Daily Mail reports.
Is this breakout story on your radar? Mad Money host Jim Cramer is about to put it there.
The "Fast Money" traders look at how traders can play the rally over the last two days.
Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, shares his position on IBM and Caterpillar and discusses the drivers behind current market conditions.