Travelers Companies announced on Tuesday that Alan D. Schnitzer will succeed Jay S. Fishman as CEO effective Dec. 1 of this year.» Read More
Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday cut Alaska's outlook to negative from stable, citing the recent oil price weakness.
More than 1 million people signed up for insurance plans sold on HealthCare.gov in advance of Monday's deadline for buying insurance taking effect Jan. 1.
Recent storms have not brought anywhere near enough water for California to recover from drought, according to NASA.
At the end of the 2016 season, Sprint will not continue the title sponsorship for the Nascar Sprint Cup Series.
A painful and infectious virus is making its rounds among professional hockey players—but why now?
Gwyneth Paltrow's new ventures in blow-dry bars, hair products and e-commerce reveals she may be far more than just an actress.
Except for some final votes the Senate still needs to take, the work of the 113th Congress has come to an end. NBC News reports.
A NBC-WSJ poll shows 51 percent of Americans believe the interrogation tactics used after 9/11 were "acceptable under the circumstances."
Mark Grant, managing director at Southwest Securities, predicts a Dow drop to 15,200 in 2015 and 10 year Treasury yields as low as 1.50 percent.
A jury cleared Apple of antitrust violations for iPod restrictions, capping a decade-long case that had no shortage of drama and confusion.
The strength of the U.S. economy should outweigh weakness abroad as the Fed considers interest rates, Deutsche Bank's Joseph LaVorgna said.
To receive your online orders in time for Christmas, most retailers' standard delivery order deadlines are Friday.
All-electric cars powered by coal electricity are potentially less Eco-friendly than their gas-powered counterparts.
The market's wild swings come as investors ponder oil's role in Fed rate decisions.
Every part of the U.S. loves Christmas, but one region loves it more than anywhere else.
Former UBS banker Bradley Birkenfeld, who was paid $104 million for information he provided, wants to leave the U.S. now. Why he can't.
A few tweaks to the URL of a Delta boarding pass online allowed passengers to look up others' flight plans and sensitive information.
Results of the CNBC Fed Survey suggest that the market senses a commitment by the central bank to begin hiking interest rates next year.
U.S. housing starts and permits fell in November, but the underlying trend remained consistent with an improving housing market.
As spinoff mania heats up, even Amazon is getting sucked into the speculation.
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Emergency supplies were being rushed Tuesday to help Saipan after the Earth's most powerful storm of 2015— Super Typhoon Soudelor— blasted through.
Long-time entertainment power couple Kermit and Miss Piggy split ahead of anticipated television return.
The presidential race reached a tasty new level with Ted Cruz's video featuring him cooking bacon on the barrel of a gun.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer saw that even Apple could not hide from China today. Turns out the best places to hide seem to be the stocks with highest risk, he says.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple's recent decline.
Most times, company management wants to unlock value by making a multi-division company easier to understand. Cramer gives investors breakups worth watching.