Most earthquakes aren’t 10’s - and most problems aren’t 10’s either. Here's how you can use the Richter scale to help you solve your problems.
There's a plaque down on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. It's a screenshot of the closing prices of major stocks on Oct. 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 22 percent in a single day. Here's a few of the closing prices that day.
Traders took profits early Thursday in Google, and it was the right move.
Doormen, swimming pools, dry-cleaning – these are some of the perks one expects at pricey Manhattan apartments, but now you can add concierge services for dogs to the list.
I was working in Philadelphia that day, but the following morning, while the market was opening, I hopped a train and headed to the place all the traders congregated: Harry's Bar.
As the U.S. continues to rack up more than $1 trillion of new debt every year, Americans are beginning to worry about who we owe this money to and how much power our creditors have over us.
After American Express reported ongoing deceleration in cardmember spending, one analyst is suggesting that investors look elsewhere in the sector for earnings momentum.
It's a good thing Google CEO Larry Page has gotten his voice back, ‘cuz he’s got some 'splaining to do.
From elves to vampires and reindeer wranglers, here's a look at some of the season's odder jobs. Wait, you want me to do what?!
Buffalo Wild Wings, NetApp, Disney each had similar problems.
A market hungry for good news is finding a 16 percent jump in Verizon Communications quarterly earnings impressive, an analyst told CNBC Thursday.
One global markets watcher says "massive deleveraging" is the source of the slowdown in the global economy, and will remain so.
A little newsroom humor for you....
Google's stunning earnings disappointment on Thursday is a dramatic example of what has become Wall Street's latest worry: revenue is coming in much worse than anyone thought.
The U.S. spends the most on business travel, but new data suggests another country will soon lap American road warriors and take the top spot. Find out which one, and why.
The latest positive numbers in the housing market have not persuaded economist Gary Shilling, a longtime housing bear, to change his downbeat forecasts.
Spirit Airlines launched a "Binders Full of Sales" airfare promotion, poking fun at Mitt Romney's viral comment from Tuesday's presidential debate.
The presidential debates have clearly established what Americans may expect from an Obama second term or a Romney Administration.
Lance Armstrong started Wednesday morning with 11 sponsors listed on his website, LanceArmstrong.com. By 6 p.m. Eastern Time, all but three would renounce their relationship with the legendary cyclist.
"I think China has lots of room to maintain its growth, stabilize it, but it has to shift the emphasis" to focus on its domestic market, says Barry Bosworth, senior fellow at Brookings Institution.