Consumer sentiment dipped modestly in early March, entirely due to reduced expectations for the future, a survey showed.» Read More
Consumers are keeping their cable TV subscriptions despite emerging online alternatives, Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman told CNBC.
Activists who believe climate change is the biggest challenge humans have ever faced mean to hit the fossil fuel merchants where it hurts—in their market cap.
Robots will change everything, but first robotics may change the way you think about gaming.
Google announces the acquisition of maps app Waze, after Facebook failed to reach a deal with the Israeli company. Waze's real-time data attracts a high price tag.
The SEC widened its crackdown on "naked shorting" by charging the Chicago Board Options Exchange with "systemic breakdowns" in the exchange's regulatory and compliance functions.
One long-held axiom relating to unemployment may be ready for the graveyard.
The anticipation was that finally, a comprehensive immigration reform package—the first in 30 years— would become the law of the land. That's no longer the case, say some analysts.
Booz Allen reported revenues of $5.76 billion for the fiscal year ended in March. The government provided 98 percent of that revenue.
Active managers in both the mutual and hedge fund industries are badly underperforming their peers, and they have a mutual malady: a bad Apple.
Only 45 percent of Americans believe affirmative action programs are still needed, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Microsoft spent more than 90 minutes showcasing the Xbox One—but only one moment made the entire crowd gasp. The announcement of its price.
U.S. small business optimism rose to a one year-high in May, a hopeful sign for an economy that has hit a soft patch.
More employers in the U.S. plan to hire workers next quarter than in any period since the fourth quarter of 2008, a survey by Manpower Group found.
Fruit and fresh vegetable distributor Dole Food said it received an unsolicited offer from Chief Executive David Murdock, who put an enterprise value of $1.5 billion on the bid.
American authorities and consumer lawyers say banks aid in giving dubious merchants access to the financial system, allowing them to prey on older consumers.
Stock traders have their eyes on the bond market this week, as interest rates continue to adjust higher. The issue is just how much higher.
The dream used to be a house you paid for with a steady paycheck. But fewer hours worked at lower-wage jobs is severely altering that, especially for young people.
Lululemon said its CEO will step down. The news came a few months after the company had to recall one of its yoga pants for being too sheer. The company also beat on earnings.
The company won another round against organic growers as a court threw out their suit to keep Monsanto from suing if traces of its biotech genes are found in crops.
With Chevy Volt sales lagging and inventory backing up, General Motors is offering up to $5,000 cashback in hopes of spurring greater sales.
The best of the new road warrior resources went on display at the Travel Goods Association show.
These homes comes with rich, really rich, histories—tales of rags to riches, Rockefellers, fortunes and heirs.
Buffett talks about how he's feeling about insuring the March Madness "Quick Loans Billion-Dollar Bracket" contest.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera spoke to Ukraine PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk about the Crimea's referendum vote this weekend.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports an executive director for The Center for Auto Safety says that an airbag failure in recalled GM vehicles resulted in more than 300 deaths
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports on questions over the Crimea ballot, and the threats of military action on the Crimean border.