IDC released data supporting declining worldwide PC Shipments through 2016 into 2017.
Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks to CNBC about the opening of Shanghai Disneyland about of the park’s official opening.
If marijuana is really legal in some states, then there's no need for all of these absurd restrictions, says former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
The Continental Resources chief previously thought $60 per barrel was the magic number. Now he sees $69 to $72 per barrel by the end of 2016.
The image-bookmarking app aims to revolutionize how people discover products and content and how they buy stuff.
Premium tickets for hot musical "Hamilton" are getting more expensive, but they're still a bargain compared to the resale market.
Once associated with the "crummy beer your dad drinks," the humble aluminum can has seen a renaissance.
George Soros recently directed a series of "big, bearish investments" after a long break from trading, the WSJ reports.
Yahoo has received multiple bids at or above $5 billion for its core business, CNBC has learned.
This private company is partnering with Twitter to provide key intelligence for investors looking to get an edge.
Fitbit rose 1 percent in the premarket after analysts at Wedbush Securities began coverage of the stock with a positive view.
At Piper we went from product launch to acquisition in just three months. Here are six tips that will help your start-up get there, says Reza Kazemi.
Shanghai Disneyland's launch is drawing big crowds, but some visitors complain the bibbity boppety boo isn't up to full strength yet.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to sustained strength in the labor market.
For graduates with record student loan debt and entry-level jobs, choosing a credit card may have big consequences.
Trian's $2.5 billion investment in GE has lent credibility to the industrial giant's restructuring, Peter May says.
Closely followed commodities investor Dennis Gartman is advising investors to buy gold in currencies that are most likely to weaken.
Opendoor is promising to take back your home if you're not satisfied with the new purchase within 30 days, Recode reported.
We investigated how effective Apple's Siri assistant would be compared to her competitors from Microsoft, Google, and Samsung.