Amid calls for higher minimum wages around the country, an employment policy expert believes computers will start taking jobs.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement are concerned about ISIS-inspired attacks as Independence Day gets closer, NBC reports.
On a practical level, the Supreme Court ruling will dramatically simplify the financial lives of same-sex couples. Here's how.
Beefier is better. Or at least that is fast food giant McDonald's bet as it tries to increase burger sales.
By chance of getting Wi-Fi on a flight, Virgin America is the best and United is the worst.
Veterans Administration officials were grilled by Congress on Thursday about a budget shortfall of at least $2.6 billion.
Donald Trump is facing more fallout from his comments on Mexican immigrants. Univision is dropping its coverage of the Trump-owned Miss USA pageant. Trump is fighting back with a lawsuit against Univision that demands
Kiehl's skin- and body-care products are made in the US, and the brand has coveted fans, including Oprah and Pharrell Williams.
This year the states are touting their workforces to woo business, the CNBC Top States for Business ranking shows. Dems are making strides.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey made a big decision early in his term: to side with Uber over regulators as part of a new state business model.
Billionaire investor John Paulson is looking to make more money on health care.
The National Football League just took a huge step in the two-decade wait for a team to return to L.A., reports the L.A. Times.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how Nike was able to beat analysts' estimates so handily.
Shoppers were up in arms regarding accusations that Whole Foods Market has been overcharging consumers for its prepackaged food.
Jesse Schenker tells the story of how he hit bottom, served jail time and became a successful New York chef and restaurant owner.
The stock market is stuck between a rock and a hard place, with only a narrow window open for another leg higher absent a correction, James Paulsen.
If Stephen Roach had just a single buck to spend on one equity market in the world he'd pick.
Virginia is regarded as one of the Top States for Business, but a CEO speaks out on the dying, drug-riddled corner of Virginia that is forgotten.
These places get the low marks for their high crime rate, pollution, lack of inclusiveness and the poor health of their citizens.