Members of Sears' loyalty program made up more than 74 percent of sales at Sears and Kmart's domestic locations.
Has the pampered pet craze gone too far? A luxury company has just come up with the pawbag.
Amazon has emailed some customers offering them a 30-day free trial run of its $99 Fire TV box, according to a report in Engaget.
The Atlantic hurricane season will see a 'near-normal or below-normal' number of storms in 2014, NOAA officials said on Thursday, NBC News reports.
Express Scripts' Steve Miller has embarked on a drug pricing crusade, with the goal of bringing down costs.
Entrepreneur Allis Markham owns Prey Taxidermy and offers custom taxidermy for television, film and photo shoots.
New analysis shows that renting may prove to be a better decision than buying in major markets as prices rise and bargains disappear. The NYT reports.
Condo sales surged 7 percent in April, part of trend of people looking to streamline their finances and their way of living.
Amid thousands of pet illness complaints and an ongoing FDA investigation, PetSmart plans to pull the treats by March 2015.
Toyota is recalling 466,000 minivans and cars globally, mostly in the United States, for possible faulty brakes and loss of a spare tire.
The U.S. may become a nation of renters because of constraints on lenders, said ex-Wells Fargo boss Richard Kovacevich.
GM has recalled more than 13 million cars so far this year, which means fewer cars available on the rental lots for travelers.
People are more stressed out at home than they are at work, new research shows.
With total spending on prescription drugs last year rising 3.2 percent to $329.2 billion, many ask if this pace can be sustained.
Some will find prescription coverage under Obamacare helps, but others won't be able to avoid sticker shock.
McDonald's shareholders approved an advisory measure on exec pay at the chain, where CEO Don Thompson took home compensation of $9.5 million in 2013.
Climate change could cut into the growth in food production even as the world's population increases, according to a new report.
Millions would no longer get mail delivered to their door, under a proposed law.
Congress is on the cusp of passing its first infrastructure bill of the year.
Research from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau concludes that medical bills are unfairly lowering credit scores.
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.