Colorado made roughly $2 million in marijuana taxes in January, state revenue officials reported Monday.» Read More
Chrysler's Jeep ad featuring a patriotic salute to U.S. troops and narration by Oprah Winfrey, an Oreo ad asking viewers to vote cookie or creme, and a scantily clad male Calvin Klein model were among standout commercials during a Super Bowl that suffered a half-hour partial blackout delay on Sunday.
Scores of independent mortgage lenders and community banks are winning business from banks such as Citigroup or Bank of America that have retrenched after the financial crisis.
Blackstone, one of the world's largest alternative asset managers, has quietly secured a securities underwriting licence as its expanding capital markets operation strays into investment banking territory.
The head of a key pan-European industry group has sharply criticized intensifying pressure from US lobbyists on behalf of Google and Facebook to relax EU privacy laws to suit Silicon Valley businesses.
Jacoby Jones took the 2nd half kickoff back 109 yards - setting an NFL record - to extend the Baltimore Ravens' lead to 28-6 early in the third quarter. NBC News reports.
Two U.S. pension funds filed a lawsuit against BlackRock, alleging that the world's biggest asset manager had "looted" securities-lending revenues from iShares exchange-traded funds investors, and breached its fiduciary duties.
A rough couple of months in the U.S. bond market has lifted interest rates off record lows and now could impede a slow economic recovery heavily dependent on cheap money to keep going.
President Barack Obama said on Sunday more tax revenue would be needed to reduce the U.S. deficit and signaled he would push hard to get rid of loopholes such as the "carried interest" tax break enjoyed by private equity and hedge fund managers.
Americans in their 50s and early 60s lost the most earnings power of any group, researchers say, and those who lost their jobs have had the hardest time finding new ones.
People love predictors like the January Barometer, but they shouldn't love them to the point of thinking there's actually a connection to the market.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 14,000 for the first time since 2007, but where the blue-chip average goes from here is far from certain. The market needs the Fed to continue its bond-buying program, but eventually it will need to break free from that support if the gains are to be sustained.
Drivers are now paying more to fill up their gas tanks than they ever have at this time of year.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu, the Nobel-winning physicist who survived the uproar after the solar energy company Solyndra went bankrupt, is stepping down.
The second-largest drugmaker in the U.S. said it earned 46 cents per share, compared with 49 cents per share in the same period a year ago.
Exxon Mobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, reported a higher-than-expected 6 percent increase in quarterly profit Friday on stronger results at its chemical and refining businesses. But oil and gas production fell.
American consumers ignored tax increases and tromped through the winter chill to buy new cars and trucks at an unusually strong pace last month.
A new report shows non-network providers are charging insured patients outrageous out-of-network fees. Doctors fault insurers for reimbursing doctors at far lower rates than before.
Chicken wing prices have spiked, making this year's Super Bowl parties more expensive than last year. Maybe it's time to serve bacon instead of wings!
Last year, Nike paid $1.1 billion to clothe the NFL for the next five years. If it goes well, some analysts estimate it could mean half a billion in revenue for each of those five years. However, the first year has not been without hiccups.
With 82 percent of all directly owned stocks in the United States in the hands of the wealthiest five percent of Americans, the gains from the recent stock market surge will go almost entirely to those who are already rich.
Shacking up before marriage doesn't really mean much for divorce rates. No, something else makes the big difference.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why some experts think 3-D printing stocks could fall further after an epic run last year.
Audi is betting it finally has the car to challenge Mercedes and BMW in a fast-growing market.
Discussing the relationship between company profits, and stock growth, and the state of the economic recovery, with Larry Glazer, Mayflower Advisors, and Jeffrey Kleintop, LPL Financial.
CNBC's Larry Kudlow shares his analysis of current market conditions, and advice for investors.
Labor unions are complaining Obamacare creates more income inequality. Former Clinton White House official David Goodfriend; Republican pollster & strategist John McLaughlin; and Paul Howard, Manhattan Institute senior fellow, discuss.