General Motors has apologized to the families of accident victims who have been asked to bring in cars to replace defective ignition switches.
Iranian oil exports are running above the levels the Islamic Republic agreed to when sanctions were loosened.
Millionaires make some of the same investment mistakes as everyone else. It's just that their mistakes can cost more.
Traders are piling into the weak euro trade ahead of the most anticipated ECB meeting of the year. But that may be the wrong bet.
Apple plays catch-up with iOS 8 social and cloud features announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
Traders are split on what fresh action the ECB President will take Thursday and are furiously positioning themselves to take advantage of any moves.
Samsung Electronics on Tuesday is unveiling its first phone that uses propriety software, rather than Google Android.
There is market rumor and speculation that Dublin-based, U.K.-listed pharma company Shire is a takeover target.
Thailand's military rulers said they will arrest those who ignore warnings to lower the three-fingered salute from "The Hunger Games."
Euro zone inflation slid back once again in May, piling yet more pressure on the ECB to act and ward off the risk of deflation.
The $20 billion catastrophe bond market is set to grow 150 percent in the next four years, as bond issuers take on a new range of perils.
Google has received more than 41,000 requests from Europeans wanting it to remove information about them from its results, the FT reports.
Moscow is infamous for traffic jams which snake around its highways. Now, it has been named the world's worst city for car congestion.
Japan and South Korea were the "worst" places for gender inequality as women face a "concrete ceiling" according to the CEO of Sungjoo Group.
China plans to set a cap on its CO2 emissions from 2016, just a day after the United States announced new targets for its power sector.
Warren Buffett may have a magic touch with stocks, but two stocks have tarnished that touch for the year. USA Today reports.
Countries must invest nearly $50 trillion to meet the world’s energy needs over the next 21 years, the IEA reported on Tuesday.
Apple shared glimpses of how it plans to tackle digital health and the connected home at its Worldwide Developer's Conference on Monday.
India's central bank on Tuesday left its key interest rate steady at 8 percent, as expected.
Daimler has nothing to fear from an Apple car, the chair of the automaker said, but professed bemusement as to why it would want to enter the auto space.
Talk is rising of a nuclear deal that could see sanctions lifted against Iran, a move that could turn the tap on its oil exports and push prices down.
Things could be about to get even tougher for Russians with rampant inflation showing no signs of ending anytime soon.
The latest episode of CNBC Meets features Lauren Bush Lauren, founder and CEO of FEED, niece of former President George W. Bush and the granddaughter of former President George H. W. Bush.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to niece of former U.S. President George W. Bush, and founder of social business FEED, Lauren Bush Lauren.
In part two, Bush Lauren talks about some of the early FEED products first released and the challenges she faced launching the group back in 2007.
Charts suggest a new long-term uptrend may be at hand for Chinese stocks despite worries about slowing economy growth killing momentum preciously.
Weaker-than-expected U.S. housing data lifted gold prices from a seven-week low, but charts suggest that investors shouldn't get too excited.
Oil has managed a rebound in the past three weeks. Technical analysis suggests a consolidation is under way, but a firm uptrend isn't in place yet.