Twitter spent more than $86 million to acquire livestreaming app Periscope and social media talent agency Niche earlier this year.
Are you sure you are not missing out on money? CNBC's Jennifer Barrett reports on a new study which measures how many employees are missing out on employer match money.
A Federal Reserve official said Tuesday he does not know when rates will rise, but applauded a consensus that it will happen later in 2015.
Tequila fans might be fond of an occasional tasting flight—but now one company is offering something a little different for high-flyers.
In this slow-growth world, America has been called "the cleanest dirty shirt in the pile." That might not be true anymore.
Earnings from companies are coming in much better than expected. The magnitude of this beat may surprise you.
Goodwill towards GReece is hitting highs not seen for months as talks make progress and Greece keeps to its repayment schedule, but can it last?
The slow-moving talks between Greece and its creditors are boring markets like "bad reality TV shows," one analyst tells CNBC.
The quake's epicenter was close to Everest base camp, and about 51 miles east of Kathmandu, reports "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin with the latest details.
Both the US and Saudi Arabia insisted on Monday that King Salman's absense from a regional meeting was not a snub
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Lumber Liquidators, already facing lawsuits and probes over some products, has another problem: its insurers are refusing coverage for the debacle.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake killed at least 37 people and spread panic in Nepal, weeks after a devastating quake killed more than 8,000 people.
How China is impacting your money, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Castleton Commodities will buy Morgan Stanley's physical oil business, vaulting the merchant into the big leagues of global crude and fuel traders.
The NFL suspended Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for four regular season games "for conduct detrimental to the integrity of the NFL."
Anyone who looks only at the current value of financial assets is laboring under a "valuation illusion" created by the ECB's zero interest policy.
A U.S. judge ruled that Nomura made false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ahead of the 2008 crisis.
A bold and colorful painting by Pablo Picasso just became the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction.
General Electric said it would be willing to consider concessions in order to win European approval to acquire the power equipment unit of Alstom.