The technology giant plans to build a new data center at the site of a former coal-fired power plant in Alabama.
The Fed's dovish outlook and economic data have raised uncertainty about it hiking interest rates this year, Joe LaVorgna of Deutsche Bank said.
Jim Cramer agrees with Carl Icahn that the market is overheated. Does that mean it's time to ring the register?
A Google executive died unexpectedly while attending the Cannes Lions festival.
As the bank rally continues, CLSA's Mike Mayo explains that investing in bank stocks is a smart decision.
Iran has been a wild card in the oil market, and it looks like it could stay that way for awhile.
BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is offering couples the chance to win $10,000 worth of food if they name their child after the superfood quinoa.
California once again has the most car thefts per capita, a recent National Insurance Crime Bureau report found, NBC News reports.
McDonald's is turning to the other white meat for a new menu offering.
If the Ex-Im Bank isn't reauthorized by June 30, American manufacturers will be at a huge disadvantage, says the NAM CEO.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Monster shares could rally more than 8 percent in the near future.
Homeownership rates are at their lowest level in 25 years, in part, because older, more affluent Americans now prefer to rent, a Harvard study says.
Take an exclusive tour of the most expensive home in America.
As the USDA invests $150 million in relief of California, Tom Vilsack said there may be a silver lining to the situation.
Wealth experts all agree that the world is creating more millionaires. Just how many? It all depends on who's measuring—and who defines "millionaire."
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors shouldn't get too excited about Netflix's stock split.
A New York City government agency said an ongoing investigation of Whole Foods stores has found systemic overcharging of its customers for prepackaged food.
Is this year's crop of Republican candidates bigger than in the past? It depends how you count them.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson tells CNBC the decision by Wal-Mart, one of his state's largest employers, to stop selling Confederate flag-related items "makes some sense."
The economy contracted in the first quarter as it struggled with bad weather, a strong dollar, energy sector spending cuts and West Coast port disruptions.