Warren Buffett will be live on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday morning and the show wants your suggested questions.
Americans have been on a protein-adding craze, throwing powder into smoothies and sprinkling it on foods.
Facebook announced that the number of advertisers on its site has reached 2 million, but don't count Google out.
"I don't ever want to go back to Greece," says one recent Greek college grad. "There is no opportunity."
If you think America's top 1 percent earners are a static group, think again. One percenters are actually highly fluid group, research shows.
Adam Parker of Morgan Stanley told CNBC that the outlook for the U.S. economy is looking good for the next few years.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is apparently a big fan Germany's stance on this issue.
US Fed Chair Janet Yellen continued her semiannual testimony on monetary policy and the economy before the House Committee on Financial Services.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that could transform how employers run their 401(k) plans.
Here’s why that judge in Texas did both Obama and immigrants a favor by blocking the president’s immigration order.
The House has begun hearings on the U.S. food stamp program. They'll be watched closely by more than just the hungry.
In-car connectivity and communication systems are twice as likely to break down after three years than during the first three months.
Justices said the law intended to prevent fraud committed by companies like Enron, WorldCom does not apply to Florida fisherman.
The sustainability of this globally orchestrated move in equities seems challenged as many headwinds remain.
Three major U.S. tobacco companies will pay $100 million to settle hundreds of federal lawsuits over smoking.
The conditions that led to the 1999-2000 tech bubble do not exist in today's market, former Fidelity Magellan manager Jeff Vinik tells CNBC.
The latest standoff on funding—for the Department of Homeland Security—is riskier for Republicans. CNBC's John Harwood explains.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Wal-Mart should be worried about Target after the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
Shares of Hewlett-Packard tumbled on disappointing earnings, but CEO Meg Whitman tells CNBC the company is in good shape compared to the recent past.
Lending Club delivered quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but the company's stock fell more than 10 percent.