The Constitution assigns the power to issue debt to Congress. We shouldn't let Congress off-the-hook by repealing the debt ceiling.
Wal-Mart's recent price comparison advertisements may be enticing consumers, but the promotions are also angering competitors. Toys "R" Us and Best Buy are two retailers taking action.
Hulu CEO Jason Kilar announced in a blog on Friday that he'll be stepping down in the first quarter. While the news was not unexpected, the timing was certainly a surprise.
Housing bulls are running again. So why be cautious now?
For the third-straight year, consumer electronics sales faded in the later part of the holiday season as shoppers made purchases early in order to take advantage of heavily promoted Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, according to a study.
The most significant legal appeal in nearly 2,500 years will take place later this month: we will re-try Socrates in the biggest freedom of speech case of all times.
A six-pack of stories that have the world of beer, wine and spirits buzzing this week, including the implication of beer taxes, consolidation in the wine industry and a ballsy brew.
The Street.com reports on some small agricultural stocks investors should know.
Wall Street caught its breath after a tizzy over the threat that the Fed might take away its punch bowl early.
Find out what Wall Street analysts had to say about bank stocks and retailers in this CNBC.com Stock Blog Roundup.
Is the bond rally finally over? The biggest failed trade of 2012 (short Treasurys) may finally be showing some traction in 2013.
The coin would be a brilliant way around the debt ceiling if it weren't for that pesky constitutional issue.
Fortinet fell hard last quarter, and the bears came back yesterday.
Knock knock. Who's there? Cash. Cash who? No thanks, but I would like a peanut instead! Below - why the Vatican is currently cash only.
Michael Farr thinks our elected representatives have transformed the "fiscal cliff" into the "fiscal farce."
Bank financial reporting is so bad that banks are almost uninvestible. Can anything be done?
Based on ticket sales, the worst movie of 2012 was a 106-minute long black-and-white $2 million musical fiasco, that had a total of $117 in ticket sales.
Automakers ended the year with the December sales rate expected to be about 1.5 million vehicles stronger. The final monthly sales rate is projected to be 15.5 million vehicles.
While the stock market welcomed the temporary resolution of the fiscal cliff, it does not seem too concerned about the looming debt crisis, at least according to the VIX.
CNBC's Kate Kelly examines the 34% run-up in lumber futures from the roots - on the ground in Athol, ID.