Nearly 20 percent of all U.S. states are eyeing the possibility of adopting technology from Connecticut's lauded health insurance marketplace.» Read More
Starting Friday, the retailer will roll out a promotion cutting prices considerably on all of its iPhone 5 models, according to Engadget.
Hewlett-Packard has won the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing the computer maker of securities fraud.
An accident and a subsequent lawsuit led to GM's recall of about 33,000 Chevrolet Cruze sedans for potentially defective air bags made by Takata Corp.
Joblessness will fall and inflation should rise, putting the U.S. economy closer to normal, a top Fed official said on Thursday.
While crying, "Bubble!" has been a cottage industry for some pundits, you can argue that high yield is starting to look, well, bubbly.
Getting married has become a whole lot easier for same-sex couples. Managing their finances, though, remains a challenge.
A stunning one in 10 deaths in working-age adults may be due to excessive alcohol consumption, a new government study shows.
Deutsche Bank cut its global growth forecast on Friday and warned a summer tempest could await financial markets.
Depending on where he decides to take his talents, LeBron James could see a nice raise from his impending free agency.
New York's AG says individual investors thought they were diving into "safe waters" when investing with Barclays, but those waters were "full of predators."
The IRS offers a lot of help for students. Problem is, the educational tax breaks and how they work together -- or don't -- are confusing.
Here's how to avoid these deadly sins if you're contemplating or already in a divorce.
The vast majority of people who enrolled in Obamacare on HealthCare.gov will be re-enrolled in their health plans and subsidies they receive.
Amazon is rolling out a new takeout food service to rival industry leaders GrubHub, Seamless and DeliveryHero, TechCrunch reported Thursday.
In a memo to staff, Barclays CEO Anthony Jenkins warns he will not "tolerate any circumstances in which our clients are lied to".
Andrea DeGerolamo claims she was mistreated by her former bosses after she was disabled because of anxiety and depression over rush hour traffic.
Though federal student loan rates are fixed for the life of the loan, these rates reset for new borrowers every July.
Having a baby has always been a driver of homeownership, but with higher home prices, many young parents can't afford a suburban home.
If you need an excuse to watch the U.S.-Germany game, U.S. Men's National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has you covered.
The United States reached the knockout stage of consecutive World Cups for the first time, just not the way the Americans wanted.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox
A legal fight between two companies that own different ends of the Park City ski resort mountain could mean no winter season.
American and US Airways are pulling fares from Orbitz. It's time to rethink how you search for airfare.
Start-up Start-up Luxxie Boston wants to bring "sexy" back to lingerie.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer breaks down the theme of stealth technology stocks. Cramer says companies that are using proprietary technology to invent entirely new markets and then dominate those markets, fall under that category.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer knows it can be difficult to stick with a stock that is going lower but says if you've done the homework, and the story isn't wildly off the rails, then stay long.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer, outlines the most common emotionally driven investor mistakes and expresses why it is important to not let skepticism run away with you.