The Fed can raise interest rates without threatening the U.S. economic recovery, a top Federal Reserve policymaker said on Tuesday. » Read More
A good many on Wall Street agree with Donald Trump's criticism that the Fed waited too long to raise rates.
Tyson Foods says it's recalling more than 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after receiving reports that plastic was found in some nuggets.
Sears is partnering with ride-services company Uber as the struggling retailer tries to make its rewards program more attractive to shoppers.
The Senate has blocked a spending bill needed to keep the government open beyond Friday's midnight deadline.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk spilled the details on his plan to colonize Mars.
Caesars said on Tuesday it has struck a $5 billion deal, paving the way out of a costly bankruptcy.
80.9 million Americans watched the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump on television, setting a new viewer record, CNN reports.
A swarm of earthquakes near the U.S.-Mexico border the past two days has jolted an area near the San Andreas Fault and raised alarm.
The Dallas Mavericks owner went after the GOP nominee on Twitter.
Young adults continue to have high rates of uninsurance despite gains made under Obamacare.
Clinton won the first presidential debate hands down, but will only gain a point or two in the polls, veteran political analyst Larry Sabato says.
Roughly 55 percent of consumers begin their online shopping searches on Amazon's site, according to a new study.
Donald Trump warned of a stock market bubble during the first presidential debate, but financial professionals told CNBC they don't buy it.
The Department of Labor filed a lawsuit against Palantir Technologies on Monday, alleging that the company discriminated against Asian job applicants.
The speculation comes amid a fresh round of criticism the outspoken New York businessman has lobbed at the Fed.
A house exploded Tuesday morning in the Bronx killing a FDNY battalion chief and injuring at least 12 people, according to a NBC New York report.
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CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports John Stumpf and the former head of Wells Fargo's community banking division Carrie Tolstedt will forfeit millions of dollars of compensation and the bank will launch an investigation into the company's retail banking practices.
The U.S. Justice Department is reportedly in talks with auto airbag maker Takata to resolve allegations of criminal wrongdoings.