New technology is rolling out in drought-parched California that enables homes to recycle two-thirds of the water they use.
Traders now predict mild gains for crude through the summer—and most likely into the rest of the year.
The leadership style seen in the U.S. military doesn't always translate directly to business, but one university aims to address that gap.
Iraq's Kurdistan region will sell its oil independently of Baghdad if the national government does not pay the money it owes, the president of the Kurdistan Regional Government told CNBC.
Apple has continued to make its presence felt on the global smartphone market but is now facing a challenge from the Chinese giants.
Spanish stocks fell over 2 percent on Monday amid political uncertainty after local elections that analysts say usher in a new "era" for the country.
A company is looking to change the lives of people across the planet by creating drinkable water from solar power and sea water. How?
Nigeria's leading cellphone provider warns it needs diesel to prevent shutting down services countrywide.
European equities closed lower on Monday amid low volumes, with a number of markets shut for the holiday weekend.
A year after the military took power in Thailand, the regime has postponed elections and a former PM warns the junta may be running on limited time.
Stock markets in Asia mostly rise on Monday, with Tokyo and Shanghai scoring fresh multi-year highs.
After three meltdowns of Hong Kong-listed stocks this week, Dennis Gartman says not to be afraid of of investing in China.
A salmonella outbreak likely linked to raw tuna has sickened 53 people in nine states, health officials said Thursday.
Crude oil futures edged lower towards $65 as the dollar strengthened, with a public holiday in the U.S. and much of Europe keeping trading muted.
Japan exports rose 8.0 percent in April, beating expectations for a 6.4 percent rise and underscoring a gradual recovery in external demand.
Minorities will be the majority in America in 30 years, according to the Census Bureau. Some cities are already well on the way.
$100 million is "the new billionaire benchmark" for trophy homes, according to a report from Christie's International Real Estate.
BlackBerry watched the unveiling of the iPhone with awe—then could only watch as the device stole its market share, according to a report.
Ken Fisher has made millions in real estate, but he prefers to put his expertise to work for injured veterans and their families.
Despite strict water restrictions, California's water parks are still wet, fairways are still green and showering at hotels is still possible.