Sarah Michelle Gellar is one of the latest celebrities to launch a side biz. Now she and her team are revolutionizing the baking sector.
In an early spring migration, Fed officials have turned hawkish overnight, warning a rate hike is likely in mid-March rather than June.
Costco is about to hike the price of entry into its stores.
Boeing Co has accepted 1,880 voluntary layoffs from its union machinists and engineers in the Seattle area, the unions said.
The White House is targeting climate-change programs and those designed to prevent air and water pollution like lead contamination.
Snapchat's owner is making new friends on Wall Street but its Los Angeles neighbors aren't putting any filters on their anger.
Uber Technologies Inc said on Thursday it plans to comply with California regulations and seek permits to put its self-driving cars back on the state's roads.
Despite Snap still in its relative infancy, the CEO of the world’s largest advertising agency said the tech company has entered a fierce race for revenue.
CNBC PRO gives investors access to how technical analysts are telling clients to trade the stock market rally.
Spotify said on Thursday it has reached 50 million paid subscribers, growing 25 percent in less than six months.
Jim Cramer finds an innovative stock in an unlikely spot — your pizza delivery box.
This week he sold 15 of what he described as "short-term tactical positions" and is sitting things out until further notice.
With the swirl of news surrounding the Trump campaign's alleged links to Russia, it's tough to keep up. Here's where things stand.
Zume Pizza tops CNBC’s Upstart 25 list. The company — which has replaced human chefs with robots — is reinventing the food-delivery biz.
Asia’s property investors are turning wary on fresh investments as they eye whether rates head higher, an investor survey from CBRE found.
A major gunmaker said late Thursday demand has slowed, sending its shares down by as much as 5 percent in after-hours trading.
UBI could eliminate "poverty traps" that can occur in many of today's welfare schemes, says James Pethokoukis of the AEI.
Silicon Valley investor Chris Sacca really regrets his Snap email fail from 2012.
More than 200 million shares — the entire size of the offering — changed hands over the course of the day.
There is still upside in the U.S. stock market, but investors may be better off looking to international markets, two experts say.