With power still out and phone service sketchy after Hurricane Sandy, travelers are turning to the web in hopes of booking a New York room.
When you dig down into the numbers you can see where the numbers are not quite as rosy as some would hope for both home buyers and builders.
It isn't a big-game elephant, but Warren Buffett has captured a smaller "party" prize. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced today it has acquired privately-held Oriental Trading, based in Buffett's home town of Omaha, Nebraska.
The economy added 171,000 jobs in October. That was up from 148,000 in September, but hardly enough to bring unemployment down to acceptable levels.
Stocks opened higher as nonfarm payrolls were better than expected, and there were significant upward revisions in the prior two months. Unemployment rate ticked higher to 7.9 percent. Private sector growth at 184,000, well above expectation.
Pandora's CEO remains upbeat about competition in the mobile-music space despite the fact that tech titans like Apple, Google and Microsoft are moving in. Everybody smile!
LinkedIn’s focus on professionals is working: The company reported better-than-expected third quarter results and raised its revenue guidance for the whole year.
Harry Poulakakos, owner of Harry's Bar on Hanover Square, a legendary Wall Street watering hole and restaurant, was in a good mood when I visited him Thursday morning.
Since 1950, November has been the second-best month of the year for the S&P 500 and third for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Historically, it's also the start of the most bullish months of the year, up to April.
Superstorm Sandy will ultimately be known as one of the costliest economic disasters ever experienced in the U.S. An estimated $50 billion will be lost as a result of the storm, says Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics.
Why is Alan Mulally publicly proclaiming he will stay at Ford through at least 2014 when he has never set a deadline in the past?
Politicians love to chase after merchants who raise prices in response to rising demand and falling supply during a crisis.
With so many understandably focused on Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath, few noticed this week's economic numbers out of Germany — a key part of the European puzzle. Yet the latest data releases could well prove consequential.
There’s already talk on Wall Street about the possibility of the Federal Reserve providing further monetary accommodation in response to the damage wrought by Sandy.
It's auto sales day, and Ford made a big splash by announcing its succession plan: Alan Mulally will stay on as CEO until at least 2014 and Mark Fields has been named COO, putting him in line to be Mulally's eventual replacement.
CNBC reached out to some executives to hear how they’ve been impacted by Hurricane Sandy and how they are adapting their business during the recovery
American Airlines is launching new service from the U.S. to destinations in Asia, Europe and Latin America in 2013. Find out where.
The fact that Hurricane Sandy was downgraded before it made landfall on the East Coast will save homeowners potentially thousands of dollars in home insurance deductibles.
One of the smartest and most influential Apple analysts, John Gruber of Daring Fireball, predicts that the iPad Mini will become the best-selling iPad.
China's manufacturing sector grew to a four-moth high in October, a level suggesting the world's second largest economy is in expansion mode. The official Purchasing Manager's Index rose to 50.2 last month versus 49.8 in September; a number above 50 indicates expansion.