Apple will start selling the high-end Phantom speakers in its stores as Angela Ahrendts pushes the shops to become ultraluxe, the NYT reports.
The crash in crude prices has blown open a big hole in the budgets of big oil-producing states.
Trying to find the perfect gift for the person who has everything? Float them in zero gravity.
Australian Federal Police raided the Sydney home on Wednesday of a man named by Wired magazine as the probable creator of cryptocurrency bitcoin.
Authorities believe that 'speculative' ticket selling may constitute deceptive advertising, violating state business laws, the New York Times reports.
Weak November China export data support Wall Street's prediction of more weakness ahead in China's economy.
The People's Bank of China set the reference rate for the yuan at a four-year-plus low on Wednesday, underscoring concerns over the economy.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is unearthing some diamonds in the rough amid a pile of negativity in the market.
China is being accused of trying to weaken the new global climate accord due to be finalised by Friday, the Financial Times reports.
Jim Cramer takes a look at the future of oil with a chartist that makes a very bold, contrarian call on how to play the major oil companies.
Yahoo's fate seems in the hands of tax attorneys, rather than entrepreneurs, which tells you all you need to know about Yahoo at the end of 2015.
Yahoo will not spin off its Alibaba stake amid concerns about whether it would be taxed, sources told CNBC.
John Watson, chairman and CEO of Chevron, discusses at length his views on oil and the energy market.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Savita Subramanian has a crystal ball with a 10-year window on it, and she likes what she sees.
After oil's slide continued, traders assessed whether some companies would make it if it dipped to $30, or even $20, per barrel.
Didi Kuaidi, China's largest internet car hailing company, has named Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang as a senior adviser, the Financial Times reports.
Many countries in East Asia risk losing as much as 15 percent of their workforce to aging population by 2040, according to the World Bank.
Since oil prices declined to nearly seven-year lows, we take a look at how this drop will affect what consumers pay at the pump.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Yahoo, Smith & Wesson & more.
As the oil slide continues, expert forecasts influences and a possible black swan event that could change the oil market next year.