Pioneered by boutique hotels, rooftop bars are appearing at bigger hotel chains.
United Airlines and Boeing have struck a mammoth deal totaling $14.7 Billion. The deal was announced Thursday morning at United Airlines headquarters in Chicago.
There were a number of reasons we left Ohio, but the two biggest were that hiring was difficult and the taxes were absurdly high, says Clint Greenleaf, CEO of Greenleaf Book Group and CNBC-YPO Chief Executive Network Member
SearchForce CEO Dean Donovan says there's no shortage of dynamic companies, highly-trained employees and investment capital in the Bay Area's Internet advertising business.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest details on Dow component Boeing getting a huge order from the nation's largest airline.
Usual tourists are shying away from London on the assumption the Olympics will make it too expensive. That perception means vacancies and last-minute deals for savvy travelers.
In this video Florida Governor Rick Scott reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Florida tweet your vote to #TopStatesFL.
In this video Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Utah tweet your vote to #TopStateUT.
We score all the states on 51 measures of competitiveness and 10 categories, from the cost of doing business to technology and innovation.
In this video Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Montana tweet your vote to #TopStatesMT
For four of the past five years, two states thousands of miles apart have dominated the quality of life category of CNBC's Top States for Business rankings. 2012 brings yet another flip-flop between them.
The states — all west of the Mississippi — can make a case for moving up in our rankings, but only one can really lay claim.
The Ocean State didn't just place last in our overall rankings for the second year in a row, it also finished in the bottom five of four individual categories in 2012. A little Providence, please.
The bottom five are familiar, but three East Coast states fall into the bottom 10 in our latest rankings.
The Lone Star State is tops again, displacing Virginia, which didn't even finish second this year. And who's last? Rhode Island.
Utah moved up six spots to finish second in CNBC's sixth annual study, thanks to high rankings in the categories of workforce, transportation and the cost of doing business.
Even though it’s only July, car enthusiasts are already looking ahead to next year’s models to determine price, fuel economy and durability.
The three-time winner of the study suffered from steep declines in the individual categories of transportation and the cost of doing business.
The state, which actually slid from third in 2011, still ranked high in several key categories, such as workforce, technology and transportation.
Oklahoma is earning national recognition through our efforts to enact pro-business policies that have created an environment friendly to job creation, says Governor Mary Fallin.