The weather phenomenon is likely to return, possibly bringing enough water to end the severe drought in California.» Read More
Higher than expected tax revenues resulting from outsized gains by the wealthy in 2012 could ease the budget pressures in Washington — or stoke arguments over taxes and spending.
Yahoo and Intel report earnings tomorrow, and the outlook could hardly be more different.
More than half of Americans think their taxes are fair, says a Gallup survey. But that's the lowest rate of satisfaction since 2001.
The economy seems split in two, with the profits of the nation's largest companies and the stock market soaring as the rest of the economy continues to struggle.
The commodity markets have reached a key turning point, and U.S. equities will reap the benefits, Jim Cramer says.
Confidence among U.S. home builders fell in April, as concerns over lack of developed land lots and rising costs for building materials weighed heavily.
GM and Ford are putting aside their longstanding rivalry to work together to develop a new generation of fuel-efficient automatic transmissions.
Manufacturing growth in New York state slowed sharply in April to its lowest level in five months, the New York Federal Reserve said in a report on Monday.
Several hedge fund leaders who had giant paydays last year earned their riches the old-fashioned way: by posting big returns on their investments. The New York Times reports.
Citigroup's first-quarter earnings beat expectations on both profit and revenue thanks to improvements on loans and credit spreads, sending shares higher.
Genetic testing equipment maker Life Technologies has agreed to a $13.6 billion cash buyout by Thermo Fisher Scientific, in one of the year's biggest corporate takeovers.
A group of JPMorgan Chase shareholders urged support for its proposal to split the chairman and CEO roles at the big bank in a letter Monday.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that calls into question whether DNA can be claimed as intellectual property, and remain off limits without the permission of the patent holder.
Dish Network offered to buy Sprint Nextel for $25.5 billion in cash and stock, a move that could thwart Sprint's proposed acquisition by Japan's SoftBank Corp.
Australia's long wait for a Masters champion is finally over, and when Adam Scott won at rainy Augusta National on Sunday an entire nation rejoiced.
Easing growth in China and pessimism about the U.S. recovery after a surprise 0.4 percent contraction in retail sales last month are likely to push oil prices lower, according to CNBC's latest survey.
It's a big week for Carnival cruise lines and CEO Micky Arison -- they have to face shareholders and Congress is breathing down their neck. Is Arison up to the task?
Sony hopes getting social with its 31 million fans on Facebook and 1.7 million Twitter followers before the November launch of Playstation 4 will build a buzz.
As grumbles about inflation risk grow louder, several Fed doves spoke out over the weekend, saying everyone relax -- we should watch inflation but it's not a huge risk just yet.
Many people with student loans are struggling but here's what they don't realize: They may be leaving a lot of money on the table by not taking advantage of repayment options.
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Physical stores and the malls that house them are aiming to bring the ease of online shopping to the real world.
Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi explains why he thinks Nike dropped him from their roster of endorsed athletes.
Virtually every Pershing Square Capital investment appears to have made money this year.
CNBC's David Faber and Carl Icahn, chairman, Icahn Enterprises, discuss corporate boards, a dysfunctional system, his impact as an activist investor and why what he does is important, as well as the use of poison pills to fend off activists. He also finds himself in the unusual position of defending Bill Ackman's recent efforts to partner with Valeant and acquire Allergan.
Discussing new technology in the Permian, growing market in North America, and higher earnings, with Dave Lesar, Halliburton chairman, president and CEO.
Paul Raines, GameStop CEO, discusses how its leadership in digital sales, market share, and ability to drive loyalty with rewards propels consumers to stay with the gaming store.