After an attempted data hack at the IRS, former head of security at Bank of America and former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker, discusses how the U.S. can do a better job of protecting data.
The IRS reported a serious data hacking attempt Tuesday night, but says the attack was halted and no taxpayer data was lost, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Uncle Sam may bring your overseas vacation plans to a screeching halt.
A look at why Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer decided to abandon plans to spin off her company's stake in Alibaba.
The proposals from Republican candidates for a flat tax seem like a simple idea. But they simply don't add up.
Dell's ambitious plan to take over storage giant EMC may face a tax burden that could derail the deal. Re/code reports.
Foreign holders of U.S. assets who fail to pay estate taxes could be costing the U.S. Treasury billions of dollars.
The ousted founder of Men's Wearhouse told CNBC he's been smoking weed for five decades, and called anti-pot laws 'the biggest con' ever.
Will Yahoo get hammered by the IRS, or is its core business worthless? At least one of these dour assumptions appears to be held by investors.
Amid high-profile data breaches including Ashley Madison, the need for more cybersecurity professionals including women is only growing.
An additional 220,000 taxpayers had their information stolen through a data breach, the IRS says. Here's how to protect your identity.
About 12 million people claimed they were exempt from the law obligating they have health coverage.
Just a tiny number of clients of a tax audit defense company are being questioned about their Obamacare status.
MasterCard survey finds 55 percent of people would rather have their nude pictures leaked online than their financial info.
As more dark money flows through a largely obscured system of 501(c) groups, the IRS' Form 990 is what people will be looking at in the 2016 race.
The IRS believes that the thieves who gained access to information for more than 100,000 taxpayers were Russian, the AP reported.
Worried about data breaches? Three ways to protect your personal information online.
Criminals have some financial data on more than 100,000 taxpayers. Here's how to protect yourself.
The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.
Former banker and whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld tells how he came to be the man who ended the tradition of bank secrecy.