U.S. single-family home prices fell in May on a seasonally adjusted basis, falling short of expectations of a slight gain.» Read More
More than three years after Congress voted to overhaul financial regulations, only half the new rules are done. A quarter haven't even been proposed.
A just-released report shows that more than 36 percent of the complaints filed in 2013 were for scams that started with a phone call.
The move raises new questions about how companies are testing the limits of a controversial, decades-old exports ban.
Much has changed over the past 25 years when it comes to retail. Here is a look at those who have changed the way people shop.
More than a dozen hotels are investigating a report that customer data was stolen at a number of locations.
It's been a tough day for the wealthy. Stocks are plunging. And America is losing one of its patron saints of wealth creation—Ben Bernanke.
Investors are too worried about larger global macroeconomic forces to do much buying.
A credit card data breach has been detected that exposed guests at certain Marriott, Holiday Inn, Sheraton and other hotel properties to theft.
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that the side air bags on some Honda Accords can inflate when the front doors are closed.
Wal-Mart Stores said it would invest about $500 million this year in Canada, creating more than 7,500 jobs including construction.
Take-Two Interactive beat expectations in Q3 2014, with $1.9 billion in non-GAAP revenue and earnings per share of $5.88 for the quarter.
A week of freezing temperatures in early December wiped out about a quarter of California's $2 billion citrus industry, an industry group estimates.
Even states near refineries and oil fields, where prices are traditionally among the lowest, have broken above the $3 barrier, a new report said.
Where you live makes a difference in how much money you need to fork over to your state, the Fiscal Times reports.
Some important facts about Monday's market movement.
The "extraordinary measures" the Treasury uses to avoid the debt ceiling won't last as long as in previous debt ceiling crises, Jack Lew said.
Just a day after the Super Bowl when temperatures soared, forecasters warned a series of storms would pound much of the country over the next week.
Turning 30 used to mean hitting your stride as an official adult. But for many millennials, it feels like being stuck in perpetual late adolescence.
Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen has instructed staff to refer to her as "chair" rather than "chairwoman," The Washington Post reports.
Denver's not the only one that couldn't score on Sunday.
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With lowered guidance, Samsung should focus on how to dominate lower cost smartphones from Chinese companies.
Robert Cohen has lived in both the Hamptons and Malibu, and he's dishing on the best and worst of both rich playgrounds.
The Donald Sterling ruling is pretty appeal-proof. He has a few last-gasp options but it's not looking good for him, says Mitchell Epner.
Critics say trucking companies can change their name and re-register with the government to avoid liability and poor safety records. These so-called "chameleon carriers" are also more likely to get into severe accidents, according to the Government Accountability Office. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
The truck collision that injured Tracy Morgan and the fatal Fedex crash with a bus in California grab the nation's attention but accidents like these happen nearly 11 times a day. CNBC's Eamon Javers investigates the growing problem of truck crashes.
CNBC's Collision Course takes a ride in a Volvo truck equipped with enhanced cruise controls and lane departure warning systems to see how technology can make our roads safer. CNBC's Eamon Javers Reports.