President Obama officially nominated Jack Lew as Secretary of Treasury on Thursday, a move that is sure to face resistance from the GOP. Click herefor a related story.
The measure, passed in a 3-2 vote, restricts broadband companies' power to control download speeds.
Apple will hold an event March 9, the company said Thursday, amid speculation that the launch of the Apple Watch was near.
A court revived claims saying J.C. Penney interfered with a contract between Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
First in Detroit, then in Stockton, Calif., and now in New Jersey, judges and other top officials are challenging public pensions. The NYT reports.
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Actress Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 gown, embellished with 6,000 pearls, has allegedly been stolen from a hotel, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The "Black Diamond" ice cream features edible gold flakes and black truffles served in a Versace bowl.
Two llamas broke loose in Sun City, Arizona, and created quite a stir as locals tried to catch them.
Results from CNBC's Global CFO Council are in and the survey shows the group has a optimistic outlook on the economy.
Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research discusses the implications of the FCC's approval of net neutrality. I think cable is still going to work out just fine, says Ernst.
The FCC ruling does not mean the Internet debate is over and court challenges are likely as companies try and figure out what it means for businesses, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.