The National Association of Realtors said existing home sales dropped to the lowest level since May.» Read More
Pinterest has raised a new $200 million round of funding that gives it a valuation of $5 billion, the photo pin-up site said on Thursday.
New Yorkers who rely on the state pension fund for their retirement may be short-changed as a result of one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's policies.
The abrupt firing of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson was about her management style and not a disagreement over pay, the publisher said.
The wildfires raging across California are the latest example of a grim reality: Wildfires are getting more dangerous, and costly.
Pioneer Electronics is bringing Apple's CarPlay technology onto your dashboard, making it possible to turn your car into an iPhone on wheels.
Whether you're 25 or 75, you should know these seven things about retirement in the new millennium.
Here are nine sweet financial aid deals.
Millennials are entering the workplace amid accusations that they are unschooled in the art of working hard. Haven't we heard this before?
Wal-Mart posted first quarter results that missed market estimates, largely faulting the brutal winter on lower-than-expected profit.
Systems that run everything from power grids to factories, experts tell CNBC, are extremely vulnerable to attack.
Ahead of the year's biggest event in cancer research, ASCO, research revealed AstraZeneca's cancer drug may have competition from Clovis Oncology.
U.S. industrial output fell at its fastest rate in nearly 2 years in April as factory production slumped.
Some 1,400 Kaiser pharmacist may go on strike Monday, an event that could displace more than 3 million people insured by the firm—OC Register.
The price of farmland is closely watched by Fed policy makers, farm lenders and farm suppliers.
Selling in stocks and a surge of buying in bonds accelerated after negative reports on two key legs of the economy—manufacturing and housing.
Mom-and-pop shops on Main Street are disappearing at an alarming rate in a world of Wal-Marts. Can anything save them?
Graduating college students are overwhelmingly expecting on-the-job training, but here's what's really in store.
Farmers will face a shortage of workers come harvest time. And the solution may not be as simple as immigration reform.
U.S. companies view Russia as a "growth" market, and they do about $40 billion worth of business annually with Russia.
Something could be missing from your next electric bill: a fee that has been paying to fund a federal nuclear waste site that doesn't exist.
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If the housing crisis was a horror show, then brace yourself: Here comes the sequel, says Brandy King-Cutler of American Financing.
Fast Money trader Karen Finerman reveals 5 of the stupidest things she heard on Wall Street over the last year.
These tech gifts will be very popular under the Christmas tree this year.
Shari Olefson, Carnegie Group founder, and Fred Glick, Arriva and US Spaces CEO, share their outlook for housing in 2015. Olefson expects it to be a great year for the industry.
Going into year's end, CNBC.com's Eric Chemi explains why it is too late to jump in to the retail ETF, XRT.
Analysts saw increased foot traffic in stores on "Super Saturday," reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.