The late summer slide in global crude oil prices will push the cost of U.S. gasoline to its lowest Labor Day level since 2010. USA Today reports.» Read More
Stocks kicked off the week with a bang, with the S&P 500 hitting a record, amid prospects for increased economic stimulus in Europe.
The average U.S. price of gas has dipped 4 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, and California prices have fallen 5 cents.
As negotiations to resolve a bitter dispute teetered on the brink of collapse, Freeport-McMoRan chairman James "Jim Bob" Moffett flew to Jakarta for last-ditch talks.
If your income for 2014 is higher than you estimated, complex connections between the health law and taxes can reduce or eliminate your tax refund next year.
When a 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck Napa early Sunday, it caused significant damage to local businesses connected to the wine business.
U.S. stocks have been on a roll of late, and investors expect the S&P 500 to soon carry it to - if not far past - the 2,000 milestone.
Pediatricians have a new prescription for schools: later start times for teens.
Two portfolio managers tell CNBC any early Fed start to normalizing rates would actually be welcomed by the markets.
A global watchdog has sounded the alarm about the danger of cyberattacks, warning that firms and regulators need to address the “uneven” response to the threat of online assaults.
Spaceflight remains a dream for most stargazers, but everyone can buy a portfolio of stocks to invest in space travel of the future.
CME Group says a technical issue resulting from planned software reconfigurations had caused its latest electronic trading outage.
Hedge funds that bet on corporate shake-ups have long been industry darlings, and clients remain bullish despite July losses.
Medicare’s five-year-old rating system to help families select nursing homes relies on unverified, incomplete and often misleading data. The NYT reports.
Amid rising beef and cheese prices, what exactly does a dollar buy these days? Not a whole lot, as it turns out.
Printed jawbones and implants are set to lead the growth in commercial 3-D printing, with the sector set to grow over 500 percent by 2025.
Almost half of Americans don't have enough saved to deal with emergencies. But there are ways to lessen the blow, if you don't have enough set aside.
The White House is conducting a review of programs that have equipped local police departments with military gear from the Pentagon.
Smart chip cards are becoming the standard worldwide, so when you travel expect your 'old' American credit card to be rejected.
Even before you say "I do," hotels want a piece of your wedding spending, with new packages that help you shop for a ring.
Two popular cars were once again on the top of the National Insurance Crime Bureau's list of most stolen vehicles.
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Start-up Start-up Luxxie Boston wants to bring "sexy" back to lingerie.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports the market bears; Russia's new offensive and Michael Lucarelli's escape from CNBC cameras are the hottest topics on the web.
Discussing the need to create a globally competitive corporate tax rate for the U.S., with Rep. Luke Messer (R-Ind.), and Rep. Steven Horsford (D-Nev.).
CNBC's Patti Domm talks about how stocks are on track for the best August in 14 years and how the job outlook is improving.