From a Chicago police officer, to a lawyer in New York to a stripper in Dallas, the number of lawsuits by workers claiming they are do overtime and fair pay is skyrocketing in the U.S.» Read More
America may be falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to creating entrepreneurial wealth, a study shows.
Doug Kass has had it with the haters and declared his intent Monday to leave Twitter and his 62,000 followers behind.
Netflix has struck its largest original content deal ever, investing further in kids' content with new original series from DreamWorks Animation.
Bank of America paid cash bonuses to bank staffers to push homeowners into foreclosure, according to affidavits filed last week in a Massachusetts lawsuit.
The U.S. might have been able to prevent the deadly Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks had controversial NSA monitoring tactics been in place at the time, Dick Cheney said Sunday.
Growth in New York state manufacturing picked up in June, but the details were less encouraging as new orders contracted further and measures of employment weakened.
Selling Smithfield in parts could bring more value to shareholders than the $4.7 billion Chinese deal, Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith tells CNBC.
Orchard Supply Hardware Stores has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, with rival retailer Lowe's Companies set to buy the majority of its assets for $205 million in cash.
John Paulson, whose 2007 bet against subprime mortgage securities became known as "The Greatest Trade Ever," is now betting on housing.
The massive immigration overhaul working its way through the Senate is peppered with benefits for specific industries and immigrant groups like this.
A new reality in the United States reduces the president's already limited leverage in his fiscal debate with Europeans. The New York Times reports.
Last year $2 billion worth of products were sold with a label saying they do not contain ingredients from genetically modified organisms, but the claim wasn't backed by regulators.
Telefonica said it had not received any indication of interest from AT&T, following a Spanish newspaper report that the government had halted a 70 billion-euro ($93 billion) offer.
Apple received over the last six months between 4,000 and 5,000 requests for customer data from U.S. law enforcement authorities relating to criminal investigations and national security matters.
A convincing move above $98 this week may foreshadow a return to $100, defying the weak fundamentals of high supply and soft demand, according to CNBC's weekly sentiment survey.
Biotech and drug companies say the benefits of genome research are on the way, and just as importantly, advances are pushing the technology toward affordability.
As time gets tight for Carl Icahn to shore up the structure and financing of his recap plan for Dell, sources say the chances that Icahn will bow out of his pursuit have grown.
Wall Street banks are paying Thomson Reuters to receive important data earlier and faster than the rest of the market. The early-released numbers include the results of the University of Michigan Consumer Confidence Index, CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports. As the information is released to high frequency traders at 9:54:58, watch as the S&P 500 SPDR drops at that very moment.
Thousands of Colorado Springs residents prepare for possible mandatory evacuation orders as crews battle to stop the state's most destructive wildfire from reaching the city.
Government regulations will actually help bitcoin, not hurt it, digital currency entrepreneur Cameron Winklevoss says.