U.S. economic growth cooled in the fourth quarter as previously estimated, with businesses throttling back on inventory and equipment investment.» Read More
This year China took a big bite out of Hollywood. Here's what to expect in 2015, from upstart studios to new global pacts.
The Dow will have more difficulty touching 20,000 in 2015 than hitting 18,000 this year, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
A U.S. export authority told some oil companies that they should consider exporting a lightly processed form of crude oil without formal permission.
Condé Nast won preliminary approval to pay $5.85 million to settle a lawsuit by thousands of former interns who claimed the publisher underpaid them.
The United States is back, and ready to drive global growth in 2015.
A Wheel of Fortune contestant correctly guessed a puzzle after only seeing a single letter, reports the Today show.
The Fiscal Times reports that auditors have identified around $43 billion wasted by the federal government.
As rents soar and the supply of rental housing remains constrained, 2015 could be the tipping point, pushing more renters to home ownership.
In a large options trade Monday, one trader bet housing stocks will collapse in the coming months.
Salaries and team records provide some insight into how much recently fired NFL coaches got paid relative to team success.
A third candy maker has recalled caramel apples that could be contaminated with the food poisoning bacteria Listeria, NBC News reports.
Freezing temperatures are set to hit the Southern plains on Tuesday, NBC News reports.
Many women fear they won't have enough money for retirement, but they can take several steps to make sure that doesn't happen. USAToday reports.
Here are five types of attacks that cybersecurity experts say will be cracking computers in 2015, NBC News reports.
Sales of million- and multimillion-dollar homes are soaring. Contrary to popular belief, it is not all foreign cash fueling the frenzy.
A look at five trends that experts predict will shape the retail world in the coming year.
Tech companies spent 2014 reinventing themselves with major splits and divestitures. Look who might follow suit in 2015.
As 2014 wound down, the banking industry received a couple of gifts from regulators.
Of the 204 ETFs that launched in 2014, 92 gained less than $10 million each in assets—a pretty high flop ratio. Here's the biggest losers.
Firms want to work with big-name banks and will take their business to foreign institutions if the U.S. broke up banks, Jeremy Siegel said.
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Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
Adidas' U.S. sales slipped 7 percent in 2014, falling behind Under Armour to third place. Company wants to change that.
Flying Dog Brewery is bringing back Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale after having trouble keeping it in stock during its debut.
Carnival CEO, Arnold Donald, speaks on earnings, oil prices, and revenue yields.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan shows exclusive footage from the building explosion in NYC from a security camera.
Craig Johnson, Piper Jaffray, and David Seaburg,Cowen, remain bullish on the stock market and discuss the tough week for stocks and give an outlook on earnings.