GM apologized to families of accident victims who have been notified to bring in cars for replacement of defective ignition switches.
Musk also said the company will not pick a final site for its "Gigafactory" battery project until the end of the year.
Getting more hours of work out of employees may seem like a great deal for companies. But it can be counterproductive.
Dragons are faster than cars, bikes or pedestrians. It is known. Or at least that is what a new Google Maps Easter egg says.
Increasingly, buyers are coming into showrooms because they want to—not just because they need to replace their car.
New York's highest court will consider allowing local bans on hydraulic fracturing.
Apple plays catch-up with iOS 8 features announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
Giant REIT Vornado is working with tech start-ups to create collaborative work spaces outside Washington, D.C.
Millionaires make some of the same mistakes as everyone else. It's just that their mistakes can cost more. Here are the five biggest blunders.
There will likely be more food industry mergers in the months ahead, analysts say. Here's why.
While most donations stem from a desire to do good, there's no denying that tax deductions are big incentives.
More than 77,000 foreign banks have agreed to share U.S. tax information with the IRS, the Treasury Department said.
In 2012, hospitals charged more for every one of 98 common ailments that could be compared to the previous year.
Manufacturing has the best benefits in 2014 out of six sectors in the percentage of employees offered basic benefits, Aflac says.
Disney's Maker Studios plans to lay off about 10 percent of the workforce, Variety reports.
The move is as part of a 'Food Policy' Panera unveiled that outlines its commitment to 'clean' and 'simple' ingredients.
Moscow, infamous for its traffic jams, has been named the world's worst city for car congestion.
Warren Buffett may have a magic touch with stocks, but two stocks have tarnished that touch for the year. USA Today reports.
Google has received more than 41,000 requests from Europeans wanting it to remove information about them from its results, the FT reports.
Edward Snowden says the government can spy on you, but experts say hackers seeking your financial data is still a bigger threat.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy goes behind the scenes with United Airlines' executive chef as he upgrades the menu for first-class flyers.
CNBC's Jane Wells speaks to Sam Nazarian, founder, chairman & CEO of SBE, about the creation of his new SLS Las Vegas hotel and the wave of development hitting the strip in Las Vegas.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on comments made by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi at Jackson Hole.