While it seems that kids are playing with touchscreens more than toys, Lego is confident that the building-blocks will remain relevant forever.
Lower-wage industries accounted for 22 percent of job losses during the recession, but added back 44 percent of jobs since.
These companies have been shrinking either due to dropping demand, evaporating pricing power or by reducing their size.
The former chair of the FDIC offers three lessons parents should teach children so they can be financially independent.
The breakfast battle is on between McDonald's and Taco Bell. The companies invested in the market where billions of dollars are at stake.
The bug is the first high-profile security flaw to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month.
Thanks to Disney's hit "Frozen," sales of licensed toys continued their winning streak into the start of this year.
Hundreds of New York City business owners whose storefronts were damaged by Hurricane Sandy more than a year ago are still waiting for federal aid.
The former U.K. prime minister said Russia needs to know that the U.S. and Europe mean business.
An infamous computer hacker is opening a hedge fund that will short companies vulnerable to security breaches.
Amid smaller publishing budgets, more authors are actively marketing books on their own—including Skyping with readers.
Democrats hope this week's Senate showdown over raising the federal minimum wage reaps them benefits in November's congressional elections.
By the year's end, Deloitte predicts $1.5 trillion, or 50 percent, of all in-store sales will be influenced by digital devices.
The April CNBC Fed Survey shows respondents looking for a 1 percent Fed Funds rate on average to end 2015.
Shares in UK pharma group soar 15 percent on news that potential $100 billion-plus merger seems to have moved a step closer.
Women who get chemotherapy for breast cancer may end up unemployed for a very long time, researchers reported on Monday.
One physical therapist billed Medicare for 183,000 treatments in 2012. That's 500 a day, 21 an hour. The NYT reports.
It's only a matter of time before rates rise. Investors who haven't repositioned bond allocations should do so soon.
Billions of dollars keeps pouring into index funds, are fees for actively-managed funds the problem?
After a number of violent outbreaks for Hello Kitty products in the past, Singapore's obsession with the doll may have finally come down a notch.
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.