Three GOP votes — Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and John McCain of Arizona — sank the measure in a 49-51 vote. » Read More
The 143rd Kentucky Derby is expected to go down as one of the most difficult handicaps in many years.
It's super easy to use your phone to pay for goods at the store using Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and Android Pay, here's how to get set up.
An estimated 40,000 came to enjoy the carnival atmosphere at this year's Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.
From records set to supply-demand controversy, Tim Cook opened up about Apple's business with "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer.
When Tyler Peoples appeared on the hit entrepreneurship show seeking an investment, he had only sold 200 kitchen bowls.
Driverless trucks will one day hurt railroads, Warren Buffett said Saturday at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.
When asked about volatile Chinese stock markets, investing legend Warren Buffett said Saturday they sometimes resemble a "casino."
The outsize economic role of the health care industry heightens the risks posed by the GOP's planned repeal of Obamacare, the NYT reports.
In the French election, Marine Le Pen has “no chance.” But just in case she pulls out a surprising win in France, markets could go haywire.
Chicago-based Rumi Spice made a deal with the Dallas tech entrepreneur on the hit show.
The self-made billionaire says the right partner can help you advance your career.
The Halo is part of a new generation of drones that is improving aerial photography, and catching on in Hollywood.
The strategy wants to avoid "costly, large-scale U.S. military interventions".
Google brought on board a legend in computer architecture from the University of California to help develop its tensor processing unit.
If it worked for him, it could work for you.
Berkshire meeting attendees can snag limited edition products branded with Warren Buffett, and his right-hand man, Charlie Munger.
Tricks for building a great relatsionship with your superior.
Americans spend billions on pet food, but what they put in the bowl may not match the picture on the label, experts tell CNBC.
The campaign claims that those responsible for the leak mixed fake documents with real ones, in an attempt to sow doubt and misinformation ahead of the election.
In a Q&A with CNBC, Brown shares how she found success.