Cisco Systems Inc is laying off about 14,000 employees, technology news site CRN reported.
More than 1,000 volunteers from every state were descending on flood-stricken Louisiana Wednesday to assist relief efforts. NBCNews reports.
Market moves show investors don't put much stock in hawkish Federal Reserve officials' statements on a September rate hike, Boris Schlossberg says.
Despite having known Donald Trump for over 30 years, Steve Wynn is surprised at the level of discourse this election.
Wealthy car collectors will converge on Pebble Beach, California, this week for the scenic community's annual auction of collectible cars.
The TV network and digital publisher has agreed to pay $135 million for the bankrupt blog network, Recode reports.
Jefferies reiterates its buy rating on Cisco.
Even with mortgage interest rates sitting near record lows, mortgage applications failed to make any gains last week.
Goldman Sachs downgrades shares of Dick's Sporting Goods to neutral from buy, removing the stock from its conviction list.
Pinterest is launching "Promoted Video" in beta, which could be a game changer to grow revenue ahead of an eventual initial public offering.
Taylor Swift is donating $1 million to Louisiana flood relief after massive flooding in the state killed at least 11 people.
Settlement talks between Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone have resumed after weeks of stops and starts.
Morgan Stanley upgraded Valeant Pharmaceuticals to overweight from equal weight.
Should investors sell stocks and bonds to raise cash? Larry McDonald of ACG Analytics and David Seaburg of Cowen & Co. discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Barnes & Noble CEO Ronald D. Boire has been shown the door.
Following launches in Germany and Russia, Apple opened up mobile billing in Japan, Switzerland and Taiwan for iPhone users.
Trump University students say they were scammed, but the real estate course may have also encouraged illegal action: CNBC exclusive.
Television host John McLaughlin, who every week for more than three decades headed a boisterous public affairs show, died Tuesday morning.
Donald Trump delivered an aggressive call to woo African-American voters days after a fatal police shooting of a black man sparked street violence.