The U.S. manufacturing sector rose in August to its highest level since March 2011, while construction spending surged.» Read More
Most professional men place an incredible value on paternity leave, according to two new studies. Why are some men so reluctant to take it?
Hillshire Brands is expected to declare Tyson the victor of a bidding war over itself, people briefed on the matter said on Sunday.
President Barack Obama will issue an executive action aimed at making it easier for young people to avoid trouble repaying student loans.
Significant U.S. corporate tax reform could help improve middle class wages and jobs and attract investment from around the world.
Halliburton has gone from laggard to leader among energy stocks, leading an oil-service sector rally. Is it time to take the money and run?
The U.S. stock market's record-shattering rise comes amid reports that the economy is slowly improving. Still, strategists are on guard.
High-profile attorney Michael Lewis filed a class-action lawsuit against 13 stock exchanges over high-frequency trading.
With the release of the PS4 and Xbox One, there's a new mid-year sales leader in the videogame industry—and it's not Call of Duty for a change.
You may have heard in the wake of last year's massive Target data breach that customers aren't liable for fraudulent charges. But is that true?
Last week, a Wall Street watchdog group issued a warning to savers about CD rates that seem too good to be true.
Time Inc., the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated, and Time, will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.
Talks to renew the labor contract for moving cargo through West Coast ports are now under way ... and a nervous business world is watching.
Uber said Friday that it raised $1.2 billion of primary capital at a $17 billion pre-money valuation.
The estimated total of Obamacare fines paid by uninsured Americans will be $3 billion less in 2016 than previously estimated because of exemptions.
Japanese newspaper Nikkei says the touchscreen watch, which includes many health features, will launch in October. MacRumors reports.
The housing comeback is stumbling, in part, under the weight of student loan debt in excess of $1 trillion, former FHA head David Stevens tells CNBC.
With a labor contract set to expire for West Coast dockworkers, retailers are moving up delivery of their back-to-school and holiday shipments.
The CIA has a Twitter account—and a sense of humor, apparently, NBC News reports.
Nonfarm payrolls continued to grow about in line with recent trends, rising 217,000 as the unemployment rate held steady at 6.3 percent, according to numbers released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The rules are simple. Keep things light. Remember to congratulate the graduates. And if you can do it from space—as one speaker did—that helps, too.
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Millennials disproportionately say they are workaholics over older generations, despite managers saying the contrary.
Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant signed a major new shoe deal with Nike, rejecting an offer from Under Armour.
A female traveler allegedly threw water in a male passenger's face for preventing her from reclining.
CNBC's Rick Santellli and Yra Harris, Praxis Trading, discuss interest rate manipulation and the likelihood of a QE program coming out of Thursday's ECB meeting.
Discussing Sterne Agee's bullish call on Gap and the state of retail, with Ike Boruchow, Sterne Agee senior research analyst.
Jon Spector, Conference Board CEO, discusses his new report on U.S. and global labor markets that indicate the potential for a significant tightening in the U.S. labor market by the middle of 2015.