In his latest book The Seventeen Solutions, Ralph Nader offers what the subtitle calls: Bold Ideas for Our American Future.
With all the major indices at 3 1/2 month lows, early negotiations on the “fiscal cliff” are not particularly promising.
Retailers are selling another batch of gag gifts this holiday season. Since we're still on the fence about whether these gifts are on the cool side of stupid or the stupid side of cool, we're asking readers to decide.
Investors are positioning for a rally in Assured Guaranty, which trades for barely half its book value.
In honor of John McAfee, who spoke to our own Jeff Pohlman today while he is trying to stay one step ahead of the law in Belize.
The outlook for the Dow is bearish which is a failure of support near 12,000 and a further fall towards long term historical support near 10,800.
Everyone is worried about what happens to Facebook's share price when the lockup expires. Does that mean it is time to buy?
The NYSE has been rolling out pieces of a new trading platform for several months with no problems — until yesterday.
Zynga is doing a major management shakeup as it shifts to focus more on mobile.
The U.S. is currently tackling two crises: the so-called fiscal cliff and obesity. Both have serious implications for the economy, national policy and individuals.
Mark Cuban started a firestorm on Tuesday when he said he’s considering alternatives to Facebook for promoting news about his team the Dallas mavericks.
During the final weeks of the presidential campaign, Republican nominee Mitt Romney called Tesla a “loser.” Romney was lumping Tesla in with Solyndra, Fisker, A123 and lithium-ion cell maker Ener1.
Declining sales and weak store traffic are likely to dog J.C. Penney for years, one analyst told CNBC Thursday, with more adjustments to its business strategy seen in the near future.
Despite a more than 65-percent rise in Home Depot’s stock during the past year, one analyst says the home improvement retailer’s valuation does not concern him.
The homebuilders are rising from the ashes, after overbuilding and a credit crash sent sales and construction to levels not seen economists began counting all those numbers; they are rising, but not necessarily thriving.
We can expect even bigger numbers than last year’s game, which sold over $400 million worth of copies in its first day
Our lawmakers have exactly five weeks to agree to a plan to avoid nearly $700 billion in tax increases and spending cuts—a.k.a. the "fiscal cliff"—that are set to take effect on January 1, 2013.
The Petraeus-Broadwell affair is like...a movie. Which is what it will end up being. So who should be cast?
Washington's fixation with the David Petraeus sex scandal could have serious consequences for whole country.
It’s looking increasingly likely that Elizabeth Warren, the senator-elect from Massachusetts, will be able to secure a seat on the Senate banking committee—if that’s where she wants to go.