Following three solid years of sales for tacky Christmas sweaters, Wal-Mart has increased its selection of holiday and novelty items. » Read More
Rampant volatility in the stock market is showing up in high-end housing. But as with all things real estate, the impact depends on location.
Jay Z's Tidal was hit with a $5 million lawsuit last week alleging the music streaming service failed to pay proper royalties.
Whether it's adding bling to their car or adorning themselves with giant baubles, the super rich are not afraid to add a touch of sparkle.
After logging millions of miles in autonomous-drive mode, one of Google's self-driving cars has finally been the cause of an accident.
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett tells CNBC that employees of all Berkshire companies are eligible to play "the ultimate office bracket contest."
In a blog post, Mark Cuban detailed what he thinks is the most dangerous question that can be asked by a government official.
CNBC highlights the markets, currencies and securities that have performed well since the start of the year. Some might surprise you.
Dividends have been a key focus for investors in the U.K. with companies deciding to slash, maintain or raise shareholder payouts.
McDonald's has designed Happy Meal boxes that can turn into VR headsets called Happy Goggles.
NBC's Tracie Potts reports with only one day left before Super Tuesday, some presidential candidates are trying to catch the frontrunners.
Foot Locker shares fell more than 4 percent after the company addressed slowing basketball sales. Could the weakness be spreading?
Subway will begin selling a rotisserie chicken sandwich made with meat raised without antibiotics and free of all artificial color and flavor.
Warren Buffett dismissed the fear that the U.S. economy would fail to provide a better lifestyle in the future than it has in the past.
Year Up is a nonprofit that offers low-income urban youths six months of intensive training and a six-month internship. Here's why it's working.
Coffee giant Starbucks is taking its Americanized version of Italian coffees back to Italy, with its first outlet set to open in early 2017.
A guide to Wall Street’s favorite restaurants: Where do they take their mistress? their wife? their clients? Turney Duff has the lowdown.