As taxi medallion values decline, some cab drivers are trying to fight back against ride-hailing start-ups including Uber and Lyft.
As tennis star Rafa Nadal vies for a record 10th French Open title, he had a new good luck charm around his wrist: an $775,000 watch.
A building apparently affiliated with Apple in Arizona caught fire, sending smoke billowing from its roof on Tuesday.
The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.
Technology made the US oil shale boom. New technology may allow oil giants Saudi Arabia and Norway to become the next fracking boomers.
A major fight over solar power in the state of Nevada seems to have found a resolution, until the end of the year, anyway.
Crowdsourcing earnings estimates makes sense. But crowdsourcing speculation on THIS topic is downright dangerous, says Herb Greenberg.
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The years right before and after retirement are especially risky for investors, experts say. Here's how to navigate them.
Greece's finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, has blamed the euro zone's insistence on greater austerity measures as the real reason why talks with lenders are stalling.
Apple is closing in on its record highs and if several charts are to be believed, the world's most valuable company may soon surge to new highs.
More than 900 billionaires have been created worldwide over the past 20 years, but a new report says the billionaire boom may be ending.
There could be a "big air pocket" in stocks if fundamentals, at some point, don't validate valuations, former Pimco co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled against Cisco Systems Inc over a $64 million patent infringement verdict the tech giant is fighting.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower as investors eyed renewed strength in the dollar and data that could strengthen the case for a rate hike.
Oil fell below $64 a barrel, pressured by the possibility U.S. shale oil producers could increase drilling and by a stronger dollar.
There's an ever-increasing probability of a financial "accident" involving debt-strapped Greece, Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
U.S. business investment spending plans jumped in April, a hopeful sign for manufacturing activity after a recent long spell of weakness.
Charter Communications says it will buy Time Warner Cable in a cash-and-stock deal worth $55 billion.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to lower open on Tuesday ahead of a hectic day of data releases, following the Memorial Day holiday weekend.