Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart's successor as "The Daily Show" host, faces backlash over tweets some have deemed offensive. NYT reports.» Read More
Lumber Liquidators has been in hot water after a "60 Minutes" report alleged it imported potentially toxic laminate from China.
The New York City public school system is set to observe a pair of Muslim holidays for the first time.
Alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared before a jury Wednesday. NBCNews reports.
The real estate mogul is investing heavily in golf, despite the game's declining participation and other struggles.
How do restaurants expand? They build their existing business or buy growth. Here are a number of concepts that restaurants are betting on.
Video game pioneer Richard Garriott is crowdfunding his "Shroud of the Avatar" game to be demonstrated today at the GDC.
In a piece published by Fortune, PowerToFly President Katharine Zaleski explained that she regularly questioned the commitment of mothers.
Thanks in part to growing online resale marketplaces and new software, the $5 billion ticket scalping industry is stronger than ever.
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McDonald's US announced a new antibiotics policy for its chicken and the upcoming removal of an artificial growth hormone from its milk.
New data from Experian show auto loans with terms of six or more years surged in the fourth quarter.
Heavy rain was forecast to freeze as the what is expected to be the last major system of the winter moved towards the East Coast. NBCNews reports.
Mortgage demand seems to be suffering from a lack of reason to refinance and a lack of homes for sale.
Antitax crusader Grover Norquist warned on CNBC that Jeb Bush could repeat his father's mistake.
Investors should not lose faith in the U.S. market, BMO Capital Markets' Brian Belski tells CNBC.
NBCUniversal is in advanced discussions with former news chief Andrew Lack about returning to the network, according to NBC executives. NYT reports.
The latest Obamacare case before the Supreme Court is forcing justices to decide just how big a mess they are willing to create.
The recommendation that people should put more money aside in investments is bleeding savers dry. The NYT reports.
Target's CEO said the company will cut several thousand jobs within the next two years as part of a $2 billion cost-savings plan.
For under $130, you, too, can be the #LeftShark, Katy Perry says.
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In time for April Fools' Day on Wednesday, Google Maps is rolling out Pac-Maps, a version of the popular Pac-Man game.
While the Bacon Cheeseburger Index is intended as a lighthearted look at the economy, for the Fed inflation is serious.
The sandwich generation is often overwhelmed by competing obligations, having to care for both kids and aging parents.
Bob Keiser, S&P Capital IQ, and Terry Dolan, Benjamin and Jerold, dissect the down day on Wall Street into the close.
Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank economist, says high-wage jobs are leading the economic recovery.
Q stands for question mark? Dissecting the first quarter of trading, with CNBC contributor Evan Newmark; FM trader Brian Kelly; CNBC's Steve Liesman and Sharon Epperson.