Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said the state will set up a health care exchange if needed to save insurance subsidies for residents under Obamacare.» Read More
Small business optimism jumped to its highest level in more than eight years, underscoring the economy's fundamentals despite slowing global growth.
Toast, seaweed, incredibly dark chocolate—these are the flavors to watch this year in the grocery store aisle. USA Today reports.
Amazon Studios says it has signed Woody Allen to write and direct his first television series ever.
A computer can determine your personality better than your closest friends family by using your Facebook "likes", a study found.
Instacart announced it has closed a $220 million funding round, which the grocery delivery service says it will use toward expansion and growth.
The undefeated Kentucky Wildcats basketball team is barely hanging on to its No. 1 ranking. With two overtime wins, they're about to lose. Oh, surely.
As the world's richest retire, the next three decades will see the biggest wealth transfer in history, as trillions is inherited.
According to a new IBM report, there's a widening gap between how consumers say they prefer to shop and how they actually do.
Family-owned businesses are the original mom-and-pops of Main Street, and they're feeling optimistic in the new year, according to new data.
Apple may celebrate the anniversary of its record capital program announcement with a $200 billion share buyback and dividend raise, an analyst said.
Apple could offer new technology that lets users make computer commands with a wave of the hand.
An early morning fire near Penn Station is affecting subway service in the area.
The U.S. economy is "gathering strength" and plummeting oil prices are actually a "big plus" for Americans, Evercore's Roger Altman tells CNBC.
Salus Capital would provide $500 million to RadioShack in a kind of debtor-in-possession loan used by companies to fund operations in bankruptcy.
MetLife is filing legal action in federal court to try to overturn the designation by U.S. regulators that the insurer is a too big to fail.
Analysts are worried that the S&P 500 will collapse following the index's 14.5 percent rise in 2014, but chart patterns suggest otherwise.
Five years from now, online retailers will be rethinking their business model, Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren tells CNBC.
Cargo traffic at several of the biggest U.S. West Coast ports has slowed to near gridlock, as union contract talks union remain strained.
The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command was apparently hacked on Monday, with pro-ISIS messages plastering the account's profile.
Lately the dollar has been strong relative to foreign currencies, such as the euro and yen. Is that a good thing?
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John Stumpf, Wells Fargo chairman & CEO; Kenneth Chenault; American Express chairman & CEO; Ginni Rometty, IBM chairman & CEO; and Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola chairman & CEO, discuss their relationships with Warren Buffett and marvel at just how easy it's been to communicate with him.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty talks Watson, and how it's going to help people make decisions. It never stops learning, she says. Rometty also discusses the company's dividend.
Berkshire CEO Warren Buffett addresses his purchase of more IBM shares and allegations of predatory lending at Clayton Homes.