A worrisome sign in a good jobs report was a sharp rise in part-time workers who prefer full-time jobs, USA Today reports.
Spanish stock star Gowex was forced to declare bankruptcy after its CEO admitted to falsifying accounts. FT reports.
TGI Friday's is launching a promotion of 'endless' appetizers for $10 per person. USA Today reports.
A trial beginning Monday will focus on whether Donald Sterling's estranged wife had the authority to unilaterally negotiate the deal.
The listing of obscure items on eBay is nothing new, but one Italian seller has gone a step further - putting a whole Alpine village up for sale.
Sub-orbital flight would give fliers the ability to fly from any city on Earth to any other in 2 hours. GP reports.
American Apparel is in talks with Standard General to secure funding and replace its board except for two co-chairmen, according to the WSJ.
Construction on the Department of Homeland Security's new headquarters has lagged as Congress recommends slashing its budget.
A federal court is close to ruling on claims that could cripple Obamacare by threatening subsidies for 5 million enrollees.
China's slowing property market may be spurring fears, but some are calling a recovery and see bargains in developer stocks.
Retail stocks have been laggards. Now is the time to invest in companies targeting niches that are set to rebound.
Was Thursday's jobs report all the market needs to run—or does it give investors a fresh reason to get nervous?
Compared to last June, sales have climbed 1 percent and the stock has seen double-digit growth. What's fueling the surge at the height of GM's recall crisis?
Hyundai is showing off a new system that will automatically slow a vehicle down to avoid a ticket.
The "Pay As You Earn" plan caps payments and the balance will be forgiven after 20 years of on-time payments.
Smart homes look cool but will they save consumers money?
Fluffy pillows might make hotel guests feel welcome, but what about a loaner dog or fish?
Fried chicken is trending in small chains and independents though overall consumption, mostly in chains, is falling
Internet drugstores and their facilitators may claim to be safe, low-cost alternatives to pharmacies. But buyer beware.
According to a study from TheStreet.com and GfK's Omnitel, about half of 18 to 24-year-olds think it's OK to wear sneakers in the office compared to a third of those over 65.
Due to a lack of storage, energy in North Dakota is being burned off. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports drillers flare off more than $100 million worth of natural gas each month.
Bart Chilton, DLA Piper senior policy advisor and CFTC former commissioner, has now left the CFTC and is working alongside the lobbying group for high-frequency trading. As a regulator, Chilton blasted high-frequency traders as "cheetahs." CNBC's Eamon Javers and Kate Kelly provide perspective.
Charles Plosser, Philadelphia Federal Reserve president, says it is not very wise to make wages the centerpiece for economic policy, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and Kelly Evans.