U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to quickly conclude talks over a contested trade deal.
This could be the year that digital ads prove they're a real alternative to that classic 30-second TV spot.
“The demand for everything [Apple], except tablets, if you want to nitpick, is much better than the supply," Jim Cramer says.
CNBC's Phil Han reports from Luton Airport as a French airline launches all-business class flights between London and New York.
A closely watched index of U.S. housing prices showed increases picked up steam in February in 20 U.S. cities.
The tech company has launched a new service enabling people to rent goats to help mow their lawn.
The SEC's staff will deliver recommendations on how companies should disclose and calculate pay-for-performance figures for top executives.
Virtual reality could have a big impact beyond the entertainment industry.
Major private equity managers, including several billionaires, gave their best investment idea at the Milken conference.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin thinks he knows why first-quarter GDP growth is always so weak.
U.S. consumers are less confident about the economy this month, according to a report.
A funny thing has been happening to financials: while earnings have been stellar, their stocks have stunk.
The best way to reduce inequality is for the government to borrow $1 trillion to improve infrastructure and create middle-class jobs, billionaire Jeff Greene said.
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Up to 250 people are missing in Nepal after an avalanche hit a village in Rasuwa district, a popular trekking area to the north of the capital Kathmandu.
The Fed begins a two-day meeting Tuesday, setting up a winning short term trade in certain slices of the stock market, if history is any guide.
Even as stocks dipped a bit in March, margin debt rose to an all-time high. But here's why traders aren't worrying.
CNBC Digital Financial Advisors Council member Tim Maurer shares 10 tips advisors can use to differentiate themselves from the competition.
The trend toward smartphone makers, like Apple, offering bigger devices drives business for Corning's Gorilla Glass, CFO Jim Flaws tells CNBC.
This used to be an easy year for macro traders. But as oil and the dollar make countertrend moves, the story is changing quickly.