The GOP contender said the shooting of an NBA star's cousin was reason for blacks to support him, sparking outrage.
Sources tell CNBC Carl Icahn may have been interested in unloading his Herbalife stock earlier in August, but for the right price.
Experts say U.S. travelers are suffering from a vacation deficit, and Labor Day weekend may be the perfect opportunity to remedy that.
GOP nominee Donald Trump abandoned his mass deportation plan because it was just too costly – both politically and economically.
Hack Reactor is one of dozens of coding boot camps across the nation, turning students into software engineers.
It's back-to-school for much of the country, but for some students, school is always in session. Two experts debate the pros and cons to CNBC.
The State Department will release Hillary Clinton's meetings while she was Secretary of State, but after the election.
The Bank of Japan's governor acknowledge the struggle to "anchor" inflation expectation at the central bank's 2 percent target.
A committee for drugmaker Mylan has donated in the past to most of the Senate committee that has asked it to explain price hikes.
Venezuela and Iran are continuing to seek consensus on ways to stabilize oil markets, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says.
A property once owned by Donald Trump is set to become Palm Beach's most expensive reconstruction project ever, The New York Times reports.
Aided by both Sears' demise and booming housing market, the growing appliance category hasn't gotten too crowded — yet.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com is reading the Fed's policy tea leaves, and trying to score a big profit on an ETF.
Mylan has raised the price of EpiPens more than 400 percent in recent years. The medicine inside costs $1.
The capital of Laos, a secretive, landlocked country, will spring to life next week when global leaders arrive for a key Asian summit.
Facebook made a change to Trending Topics: Human editors will no longer write descriptions that accompany a topic on the site, Recode reports.
Participants in a nationwide movement to deploy African-American spending power in a more targeted way are depositing cash in black-owned banks.
Carl Icahn slammed Pershing Square's Bill Ackman for making false statements about Icahn's Herbalife investment.
He wrote the letter in 5 minutes while a limo sent by the candidate waited outside his Manhattan office, NBC News reports.