Sure making college free would boost enrollment. But it won't fix this problem, says Monica Herk.
Popular West Coast burger chain In-N-Out has filed a lawsuit against delivery start-up DoorDash.
Investors will once again play Charlie Brown to Janet Yellen’s Lucy, warns Larry McDonald of Societe Generale.
VW has set a deadline for its whistleblower programme to encourage workers to disclose information about the carmaker's emissions scandals.
Airbnb launches smart pricing to help hosts determine rental prices.
Newly started foreclosures rose 12 percent from September, the largest monthly increase since August 2011.
We crunched the numbers to predict which of the three remaining undefeated teams can stay unbeaten in the NFL.
Greek police fired tear gas to disperse anti-austerity protesters hurling petrol bombs in central in Athens on Thursday.
At an event honoring Buffett's 50 years at Berkshire Hathaway, Bill Ackman openly criticized Buffett for his stake in Coca-Cola.
It's called the "Witch of November," and it's casting its spell on millions.
Forrester finds the health-care industry is not investing enough to protect medical records from hackers.
For the first time ever, the vast majority — roughly 96 percent — of Wal-Mart's Black Friday deals will be available online.
The head of the European Central Bank warned that signs of a sustained turnaround in core inflation had weakened.
Ears are perked up on Wall Street, with a half-dozen Fed speakers and some fresh jobs data coming.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ranks higher education institutions on their green credentials. CNBC takes a look at the top 10.
Liberty Media on Thursday announced plans to reclassify its common stock into three new tracking stock groups.
Media company IAC made a bid of $8.75 a share for Angie's List, driving the consumer-review service's shares up in after-hours trading.
Alibaba's astronomical Singles' Day sales failed to boost its share price, with shares closing down 2 percent and analysts flagging a cautious outlook.
One thing is clear: Yahoo's not in Kansas anymore.
Read on for the NBA players who soared to the top 10 in total earnings this year.