Wage growth has been unevenly spread among different industries and demographic groups.» Read More
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is paying $560 million for a nearly 10 percent stake in Axalta Coating Systems.
Bojangles', a chicken-and-biscuits restaurant chain, filed with the country's regulators for an initial public offering of its common stock.
The Federal Reserve can afford to wait until well into next year to raise interest rates, a top Fed official said on Tuesday.
The Harper government unloaded its multibillion-dollar stake in General Motors on Monday.
A consortium comprising Permira Advisers and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has won the bidding for Informatica.
U.S. oil inventory and capex falls may boost prices modestly near term, but production growth is still too strong for substantial gains, Goldman said.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says the upswing in gold prices could be more than just a temporary pop.
The market is sending signals that the Federal Reserve won't make much headway raising rates in the next two years, Jonathan Golub tells CNBC.
In a political world where candidates nearly always follow the party line on every issue, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has broken the mold.
Starbucks is expanding its employee college tuition assistance program to cover the entire cost of getting an online bachelor's degree.
Here's a look at five tax situations and the income levels to which they apply.
If you find yourself in a sticky situation, you can do take money out without facing the 10 percent penalty.
Foxconn agreed to give Re/code a tour of a sprawling manufacturing facility were it makes iPads and Macs.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed a battery than can charge in one minute and won't damage the environment or be combustible.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
Prosecutors say ex-NBA star Tate George turned to conning friends out of millions in a real estate Ponzi scheme.
Service on the No. 7 New York City Subway line between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square was suspended on Monday.
According to a ruling by a Manhattan judge, a woman can now serve divorce papers through the social media site, reports the NY Daily News.
Tom Lee tells CNBC he is not too concerned with Friday's disappointing jobs report, but said he is watching GDP growth in Q2.
How would the Web TV service do when lots of subscribers logged in to watch some of the biggest sports events of the year? Not well, apparently.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox
After its latest round of funding, Uber's valuation has increased, according to Dow Jones.
Hillary Clinton is urging Congress to end the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is going to be a father, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Communication platform Symphony launches in September. CNBC's Mary Thompson spoke to David Gurle, Symphony founder and CEO, about the security of data on its services.