America's power grid has officially been put on notice.
Governor Terry Branstad has declared a state of emergency in Iowa over the avian flu spread that has affected millions of birds.
U.S. stocks closed higher, recovering from the prior day's selloff, as investors eyed higher Treasury yields and looked for signs of economic growth.
Customers had difficulty accessing some JPMorgan Chase and Capital One online banking services on Friday.
Beyond "act professional" and "ditch the flip flops" (duh) here are 10 tips to help summer interns hit it out of the park.
A new online tool from Microsoft tells users how old they look. CNBC.com used it to see which CEOs could use some extra vacation time.
Experts say the East Coast's plentiful water could cost cents per gallon to Californians and provide a stable, potable water supply.
Floyd Mayweather's expected $120M take from Saturday night's fight against Manny Pacquiao will outgross many big-name companies.
One-third of all U.S. properties sold in March went at or above asking price. That's hot. So how do you emerge the winner in a bidding battle?
As it gets easier to get a mortgage, more lenders are getting creative in what they are offering consumers.
Things aren't always what they seem at first glance—and these are the logos to prove it.
If Apple can't do it, no stock can! Jim Cramer determined that there is a black cloud over stocks and the averages are cursed.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk launched a line of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities in a bid to help speed the spread of renewable energy.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer recommends some move to take a look at with Apple.
Expect a 5-8 percent correction, widely followed investor Dennis Gartman says.
Linkedin stock was trading sharply lower after the company released a weaker outlook for 2015.
The New York metropolitan area gobbles up more energy than any other major city in the world, according to new research.
Small biz guru Marcus Lemonis points out critical errors that doom businesses—from balking on promises to being arrogant and not communicating.
U.S. stocks closed down more than 1 percent on the last day of trade for April as investors weighed mixed data and continued weakness in the dollar.
Former banker and whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld tells how he came to be the man who ended the tradition of bank secrecy.