Russia’s President Putin is meeting his French opposite number Hollande Thursday evening, as France seems keener to bring Russia in from the cold.» Read More
Matthias Mueller faces a daunting week ahead as he tries to rescue Volkswagen from the ashes of diesel deception.
Iran's supreme leader has said Saudi Arabia should apologize for a crush outside the Muslim holy city of Mecca that killed 769 worshippers.
John Boehner's decision to relinquish his House leadership post may complicate things for the Federal Reserve.
Known more for its maple syrup, Canada is seeing another export—its fries—gain popularity in the U.S.
Supposedly, there are 23 sugar daddies seeking sugar babies for every 1,000 adult males in Austin. CNBC doesn't believe it.
Pope Francis is neither an economist or a policymaker, but one analyst told CNBC the pontiff can speak to 'what's working.'
Attracting attention from a large strategic like Coke is difficult. But juice company Suja did—and just secured a $90M deal. Here's how.
Nobody really likes government shutdowns. But sometimes you have to make a point, says Larry Kudlow.
Reports say the sports media leader will lay off up to 300 people and vastly change its flagship "SportsCenter" show.
Millennial parents plan to save the most of any generation for their children's college education, a new study finds.
Pope Francis is headed to Philadelphia and with his arrival could come a huge economic windfall for the city, with CNBC's Zack Guzman.
Risks related to everything from climate change to terrorism can destabilize our world at any time. Here's a look at top concerns.
VW faces some desperate and immediate challenges.
Data from PredictIt are showing that bettors are getting out of the government shutdown trade, now selling the trade, after John Boehner resignation.
Automobile stocks have fallen this week, but one portfolio manager says there are bargains to be found in the group.
One bullish Apple analyst sees positive signs from talking to buyers of the next generation iPhone, which launched Friday morning.
Beyond manufacturing, the Chinese economy is doing well, said Andy Rothman, Matthews Asia investment strategist.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shows how Nike proved everyone wrong about China.
After Nike's blowout earnings report cited strong growth in China, many market watchers were left scratching their heads.
Biotechnology stocks deepened their rout Friday, as fears of drugs prices continued to mount.