The EU is now investigating whether sweetheart tax deals Luxembourg granted to two foreign companies — Amazon and Fiat — were too sweet. The FT reports.
Cisco's Chuck Robbins says with good execution and a little luck, the networking giant can return to double-digit growth.
Retailers are no longer just competing with each other for the lowest price; often times, they're also competing with themselves.
In preparation for its split from PayPal, eBay may be planning to slash thousands of jobs.
Two months after Apple said it would no longer make the iPod Classic, that model is a strangely hot item.
Brian S. Hall asks: Can I really be the only Silicon Valley writer who is troubled by Mark Zuckerberg's rather sycophant hosting of China's cyberspace czar?
Many retailers are holding firm on their late-in-the-season deadlines—in some cases getting more aggressive than last year.
A spike in Japanese inflation and a UK housing crash are just some of the other extreme predictions Saxo Bank has offered for the coming year.
If you still have Disney's Frozen Castle and Ice Palace Playset on your holiday gift list this year, you may already be out of luck.
Talking about the tech sector, Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners gives his predictions on whether tech IPOs will thrive in 2015.
A spike in Japanese inflation, a U.K. housing crash and a Chinese devaluation are just some of the extreme predictions Saxo Bank has offered for 2015.
The U.S. ambassador to London said U.S. companies were doing nothing wrong by using legal means to cut U.K. tax bills, the FT reports.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is rapping about the recent performance of some of the biggest names in the market, from McDonald's to Netflix
Jim Cramer thinks you cannot rely on past trends to make money - especially if you don't know what the future holds, citing this company as an example
Jim Cramer thinks that the market decline that occurred on Tuesday actually made a lot of sense. What the heck? Here's why.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Amazon has big changes in store for the way you check out online goods, and how you might receive them.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Amazon in a compensation case, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Amazon.com on Tuesday debuted a new "Make an Offer" purchasing option, which allows shoppers to negotiate lower prices on more than 150,000 items.