The Fed will issue in the first quarter of next year new rules for financial holding companies in the physical commodities markets.» Read More
The U.S. budget deficit was $95 billion at the end of July, down 3 percent from the same period last year.
Rather than perfecting a program before rolling it out—as most retailers do—Wal-Mart is doing more testing and refining as they go along.
The sale of the Los Angeles Clippers, ensnared for months by legal challenges, is finally official.
Consumer Reports now says electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc's Model S sedan has had "more than its share of problems."
Ride-sharing service Lyft accused rival Uber of employing dirty tricks to get ahead.
More listings but fewer sales are adding up to weaker home price gains this summer.
U.S. corn production will crack the 14-billion-bushel mark for the first time in 2014.
Atlantic City's Revel Casino Hotel says it will shut down in September after failing to find a buyer in bankruptcy court.
Four out of 10 workers say they would take a lower salary if they were offered a bigger employer contribution to their 401(k) retirement plan, USAT.
Thirty-three years ago, on Aug. 12, 1981, IBM released its first personal computer.
"Egypt is the largest importer of wheat in the world, but they have to buy it on the spot market," says Philip Blumberg.
Apple has been discussing how its "HealthKit" service will work with health providers.
Robin Williams leaves behind a legacy of Hollywood success that spanned decades and generated billions of dollars—in fact, $5.2 billion worldwide.
A new survey from the National Federation of Independent Business found that "the small-business half of the economy is still not pulling its weight."
As a group, large-cap funds are stinking up the place, but these actively managed funds are clobbering the S&P 500.
S&P said that the risk of economic imbalances has "ebbed" as the U.S. economy concludes its deleveraging cycle.
Bowing to social media pressure, the fast-food giant has brought back Chicken Fries. USA Today reports.
The 10 biggest Kickstarter projects of all time provide some important lessons for entrepreneurs seeking crowdfunding success.
A new generation are struggling to build lives from the ashes of industrial America, decades after major factories have shut their doors.
The companies increasing spending on upgrading equipment and facilities are actually investors’ favorites, USA Today reports.
Jim Cramer pays tribute to his father, Ken Cramer.
Sex may not sell as well as A/B testing, according to lingerie dealer Adore Me.
Ex-Wall Streeter Turney Duff live blogs the Convenant House Sleep Out, where executives and celebrities sleep on the street for a night to raise awareness and money for homeless youth.
Before you get too excited about today's move, Mad Money host Jim Cramer puts it in context.
The newest television technology is supposed to offer a picture with 4x the resolution of 1080p. But is it worth the additional cost? CNBC.com reports.
Measuring the strength of the consumer, Mad Money's Jim Cramer dissects the performance of discretionary names Harley Davidson, Brunswick Corporation and Polaris Industries.