A bankruptcy court has allowed defunct video streaming company Aereo Inc to auction its TV streaming technology assets, court papers show.» Read More
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.
Pfizer's effort to bolt to the U.K. points to "tremendous problems" with the U.S. corporate tax structure, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
"I'm not saying go short, I'm just saying don't be too fricking long right now," the head of Appaloosa Management said.
Univision Mobile, which will run on T-Mobile's network, will include unlimited international texting to select Latin American countries.
A top Fed official lauded the economic benefits of small businesses, citing demand and limited funding as reasons that loans from banks remain flat.
Burdensome levels of regulation are stunting growth, and nowhere is that more prevalent than with Obamacare, businessman Ken Langone said.
General Motors has issued five more recalls in the United States and as a result is expected to take a charge of up to $200 million.
Britain's finance minister George Osborne has appointed U.S. academic Kristin Forbes to the Bank of England's rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee.
A Senate panel approved a bill to redesign the U.S. mortgage finance system, but it's unlikely to make it into law.
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Discussing oil disruption in Libya and if the energy sector is a buy, with Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, and Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on a website that connects pet owners with pet sitters.
Harvard University Professor Kenneth Rogoff, discusses how the plunge in oil prices is impacting global economies. Also Rogoff shares his thoughts on income inequality and the role of education in addressing the problem.