It's a rare example of a major carmaker making a smooth transition from one CEO to another.
The number of American companies planning job cuts rose in April.
Ultra-long-dated assets fell out of favor during the financial crisis, but now the "century bond" may be making a comeback.
How the leaders who sparked the biggest changes in business over the last 25 years continue to find success.
Facebook introduced new features that let users limit how much personal information they share with third-party mobile apps.
Sprint is meeting with banks to work out funding for its bid for smaller rival T-Mobile US, a source familiar with the situation said.
MasterCard, the world's second-largest credit card company, posted a 14 percent rise in quarterly profit as more customers used cards to shop.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday.
Although a common investment strategy, the best strategy is not to outright sell in May but rather to take a defensive posture.
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Citigroup founder Sandy Weill says there's a good reason why young entrepreneurs should start giving to charity.
Proposals in Congress are taking aim at deadly superbugs, but what's the right answer to stop their spread?
Sotheby's auctioned off a total of $44.3 million dollars in jewels Tuesday, including a record-breaking sapphire.
The Fed just modestly upgraded its assessment of the economy. Wall Street should be cheering, right?
Apple is expected to unveil a smartwatch this year, even as some consumers dismiss wearable devices as a fad.
David Geffen says he, Winfrey and Oracle's Larry Ellison are joining together to bid for the team, according to ESPN.
News travels fast on Twitter. That much is obvious. But ever wonder how fast exactly? And to where?
Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen said the accessories company's transformation could take multiple years.
Fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were sentenced to one year and six months each in jail on Wednesday, over tax evasion charges.
Four firms that charged New Yorkers as much as 55 percent interest for medical loans will pay 317 borrowers to settle usury claims.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Cleveland's reaction to LeBron James' homecoming and how one fan thinks it will help the city's job recovery.
Previewing earnings ahead, with Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust; Chris Whalen, Kroll Bond Rating Agency; and Marc Lopresti, Lopresti Law Group.