The private equity owners of Hostess Brands are planning to put the maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs up for sale, potentially valuing it at more than $1.7B.
ZTE is building brand awareness in the US with new partnerships that add to its second-place edge in the growing prepaid market.
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak expresses his love for Tesla and other new products. NBC News reports.
Voters in Denton, Texas have approved a proposal to ban fracking for oil and gas. Chris Watts, Mayor of Denton, explains what's behind the petition.
A bond measure to fund water projects in California easily passed Tuesday. But what might not be so easy is getting relief from the state's drought.
The recent drop in oil prices may soon take a big bite out of tax revenues in states that are big energy producers.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, discusses current protocols in place for a potential Ebola patient.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks to CNBC's Phil LeBeau, about Toyota's new national headquarters in Plano, Texas. Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz, weighs in.
It’s not the iPhone, or anything inside, that’s caught "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer’s eye to recommend buying this stock and selling others
Health workers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center are using Tabasco sauce to train for Ebola patient care.
A federal amendment expired, paving the way for Dallas Love Field to offer flights again and setting the stage for an airfare war.
While very fast-mutating, Ebola is unlikely to become transmissible through the air, said Richard Preston, author of the "The Hot Zone."
Baker Hughes reported third-quarter earnings of $375 million, shy of analysts' estimates.
Health officials say they are monitoring people who were in contact with the latest person to fall ill.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports officials are working to identify how the two Texas health care workers became infected and if others were exposed. Tirrell also says none of Thomas Eric Duncan's 48 contacts are showing signs of the virus.
A Texas college has rejected two enrollment applications from Nigerian students due to concerns of Ebola in their country, a letter suggests.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses the latest news about the first person in the U.S. to contract Ebola. CDC director Thomas Frieden said a "breach in protocol" resulted in infection.
A nurse in Spain has become the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa, as an NBC News freelancer arrived in Nebraska for treatment.
The first person to develop Ebola in the US was struggling to survive, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control said.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital said both the nurses and the doctors knew the patient's travel history, but released him, the New York Times reports.