As millions of American taxpayers get ready to file their returns, the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development is pushing for countries to get tougher on corporate tax reform.
Dish Chairman and co-founder Charles Ergen insists: "I don't want to kill ads, I think advertising is great." Instead, he says he wants fewer, more effective and more expensive ads, to yield a better experience for consumers, and prevent cord-cutting and piracy.
Stocks finished slightly lower in lackluster trading Monday as investors remained cautious amid a lack of new market catalysts following the recent rally that helped the S&P 500 end its sixth-consecutive week higher.
Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, is planning to unload a sizable chunk of his Google holdings. Meanwhile Dell says its $24 billion buyout proposal offers the best value for shareholders, with CNBC's Jon Fortt & Jeff Kilburg, and Molly Wood, CNET.com
Working in shorter bursts with frequent breaks and even a nap, like in Europe, can actually make employees more productive, a workforce consultant told CNBC.
Google still could be on a bullish streak even though it retreated after hitting a record high, an analyst told CNBC on Monday.
Mark Newton, Greywolf Execution Partners, takes a look at the charts to track the tech giant's technical indicators for signs of direction.
CNBC's Joh Fortt reports Google's former CEO could make more than $2.5 billion when he cashes in 42 percent of his stock holdings; and news has surfaced there's a shortage for Microsoft's Surface Pro tablets. Also, Jim Stewart, explains why so many analysts were wrong on Apple.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on the market's major headline news; including Dell defending its takeover deal. And discussing the recent rally in the S&P; with Michael Jones, Riverfront Investment Group. Also, a look at Nemo's cleanup efforts, with the Weather Channel's Mike Seidel.
U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Monday, after the S&P 500 ended its sixth-consecutive week higher, but low volume and the lack of economic reports could make trading volatile.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt plans to sell 42 percent of his stake in the company, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Samsung starts gaining market share, hurting Apple Inc's margins and stock price and threatening its reign as the king of cool in consumer electronics.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is selling roughly 42 percent of his stake in the Internet search company, a move that could potentially net the former chief executive a $2.51 billion windfall.
Google hopes it has found the answer to its mobile problem.
The migration from the computer screen to a mobile device is turning everything "on its head," Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz told CNBC.
Which makes a better buy: Yahoo or Google? Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial and Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, fight it out.
Software makers Microsoft and Symantec said they disrupted a global cyber crime operation by shutting down servers that controlled hundreds of thousands of PCs.
One Street.com writer thinks that Qualcomm stock seems cheap at current levels.
Yahoo is counting on rival Google to help accelerate its revenue growth.