A group of men have been indicted in Las Vegas for a "telemarketing scheme that defrauded small business owners out of $2.5 million," per a report.
Twitter's stock rose on Friday after a report said former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took a 4 percent stake in the company.
Nevada Thursday blocked daily fantasy sites from operating without gambling licenses. But is it gambling, or a skill-based endeavor?
They may not help send your letters across the galaxy but Star Wars stamps touch down in the UK on Oct 20th.
Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee tells CNBC's John Harwood about the lessons that he learned from his 2008 run and that he still has time to move ahead.
Thumbtack’s annual Small Business Friendliness Survey ranks America's top cities for small business friendliness.
Top technician Louise Yamada warns investors not to get complacent with the recent stock market strength.
Will Danny Meyer's decision to end tipping at his high-end restaurants become a model for a new approach to pricing across the industry?
U.S. consumer sentiment came in higher in October, beating expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
As Volkswagen recalled 8.5 million diesel vehicles in Europe, KIA recalled 419,000 SUVs in the United States.
The JOLTS reading of 5.4 million job openings missed estimates of 5.63 million.
The Fed is out of its mind if it thinks the economy will improve enough to hike rates before the end of the year, says NYSE trader Kenny Polcari.
Frank Kendall has a lot of power with the defense industry, and he represents its number one customer — the U.S. taxpayer.
The next catalyst higher for stocks needs to come from some place other than the Fed, Jason Trennert tells CNBC.
General Electric delivered quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Friday, but revenue fell short of estimates.
Overnight minimums were forecast to drop as low as the 30s or even 20s in an icy spell starting Friday night, NBC News report.
Expectations for 2015 earnings have turned negative. Here's what that could mean for stocks.
Has the seven-year bull run in equities left you feeling nervy in the face of a potential rate hike in the U.S.? You are not alone.
Twitter said it would pay its new executive chairman an annual base salary of $50,000 and a one-time grant of options to buy 800,000 shares.
We're all painfully aware of the toll binge drinking takes on the body but what may be less known is the damage it inflicts on the economy.