A man who jumped the White House fence on Thursday, was quickly caught and now faces criminal charges, the U.S. Secret Service said.» Read More
The couple behind social ad startup Wildfire are leaving Google three years and three months after the search engine scooped up their company.
Watch for these telltale signs that you're being hoodwinked in a college loan hustle.
Policymakers are not as divided as it may appear and are generally operating under the same framework for determining when to raise interest rates.
Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee tells CNBC's John Harwood about the lessons that he learned from his 2008 run and that he still has time to move ahead.
GOP candidate Mike Huckabee talks to CNBC's John Harwood about taxing consumption, Wall Street fundraising and whether he's committed to winning.
Nevada regulators have ordered websites to stop operating until they receive state gaming licenses, the New York Times reports.
We're all painfully aware of the toll binge drinking takes on the body but what may be less known is the damage it inflicts on the economy.
According to a report released Thursday, China minted 242 billionaires over the past year.
Theranos only uses its finger-prick technology in one test after pressure from regulators, The WSJ reports.
Rengan Rajaratnam said Galleon failed to pay him $8.3 million on profits he made for the hedge fund as a portfolio manager in 2009.
Federal prosecutors have charged a Kosovo man they believe is responsible for assembling an ISIS 'kill list', reports NBC News.
Patsy Walsh dared two hackers to try and hack her "nondigital" life and succeeded, the NYT reports.
Over the last 12 months, there has been a spike of M&A deals in the semiconductor industry. Now investors want to know: Who's the next target?
Yahoo announced on Thursday that its email app will be password-free and allow a user to manage accounts from Outlook, Hotmail and AOL.
Shares of First Data closed about 1.5 percent lower on Thursday in the payment processing company's Wall Street debut.
Millennials will make up almost 50 percent of the workforce by 2020, find out how companies are attracting young employees.
Rumors that Fox and Disney reached a deal to swap the Fantastic Four film franchise for X-Men television rights are false, Fox says.
Ten million people are projected to have coverage from government health exchanges by the end of 2016, a modest increase.
Wal-Mart sent market jitters when it slashed forecasts, but it isn't the only major U.S. company with a gloomy outlook.
McDonald's franchisees are optimistic that same-store sales will spike in the fourth quarter, in part because of the chain's all-day breakfast launch.
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