Lululemon's CEO said a dispute among board members is like "our parents are fighting," adding to the company's challenges.
No need to travel to Brazil to get in on the 2014 FIFA World Cup action.
Funny thing about boomer women nearing retirement age: Many aren't that interested in dialing back. Here's why.
Succession planning can be tricky. Here's a look at 5 corporate icons who were, or will be, hard to replace.
While bad property practices have returned to the U.S., other countries appear to be more at risk of a housing bubble.
The golfer did not trade in Clorox just as Carl Icahn was mounting an unsolicited takeover bid, the NYT reports.
Michaels' IPO will finally take place this summer, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Sysco, AutoNation, Transocean, and six other stocks pasted with the relatively rare "sell" rating. Take heed.
Senate Republicans blocked legislation aimed at letting people refinance their student loans at lower rates.
The economy in Sin City continues to move away from gaming since the worst days of the Great Recession.
Electric dryers cost U.S. consumers an excess of $4 billion annually due to poor energy efficiency.
POM Wonderful may take Coke to court to accuse it of misleadingly marketing one of its Minute Maid juices, the U.S. Supreme Court said.
A Credit Suisse survey of real estate agents is proving that something other than snow is impacting home sales.
Data shows weaker health care spending in the US.
If China's consumers slow their retail purchases, U.S. companies with Chinese market ties may take hits to sales.
The 2014 World Cup soccer matches get underway in Brazil. Figures show they are the most expensive games on record.
Twitter said on Thursday Ali Rowghani resigned as chief operating officer, effective Thursday.
The CNBC All-America Survey found the ignition switch recall hasn't scared consumers away from GM showrooms.
Americans increasingly say they prefer to live near the centers of cities and towns, but it carries a costly trade-off.
A 1923 Patek Philippe sold at Sotheby's Tuesday for $2.965 million—more than twice the top estimate.
Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of Finance, remains bullish on the market and makes the case for Dow 18,000. Siegel says the market is not overpriced.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the names moving today's indices higher.
Who is the most responsible, financially for obesity? MeMe Roth, National Action Against Obesity, and Professor John Banzhaf, George Washington University Law School, debate the issue.