They scoff at phone jacks and dining rooms. Younger buyers of all stripes have a lot of the same "must-have" features on their lists.
Dollar strength and bond yields, in the context of Federal Reserve tightening, will continue to dominate market movements on Wednesday.
Apple has reclaimed its crown as the world's most valuable brand, worth a staggering $247 billion, according to WPP and Milward Brown.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has backed the creation of a new chain of "patriotic" fast food restaurants to rival U.S. brands in the country.
Ben Bernanke said that China's economic slowdown should not worry markets as there was no risk of a hard landing.
Sandwich chain Jimmy John's is preparing for an IPO that could value the company at more than $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
As revenue plummets in China's only legal gambling hub, global casino operators have a new mantra: what happens in Vegas, must also happen in Macau.
Costco, Tiffany and Michael Kors all report earnings on Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play their stocks.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: TiVo, Workday, Hormel & more.
As taxi medallion values decline, some cab drivers are trying to fight back against ride-hailing start-ups including Uber and Lyft.
The Internet is not happy with Lilly Pulitzer.
Jim Cramer teaches investors how to find the best bargains hidden in the rubble of the averages. Time to go bargain hunting!
Market participants agree that economic data is behind Tuesday's slide. They just can't decide whether the data was too good or too bad.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is not going to Jackson Hole this year, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Like it or not, we are all liars. Some are big, some are small. Here are 3 techniques to spot the lie.
Market bears should worry as U.S. equities are poised to rise 10 percent, says Tom Lee.
This incredibly hot stock is set to keep "rocking," predicts one analyst.
Apple is closing in on its record highs and if several charts are to be believed, the world's most valuable company may soon surge to new highs.
After a recent string of credit downgrades on Chicago, UBS's Thomas McLoughlin says here are the takeaways for investors.