The impact of low oil prices and energy layoffs is reverberating across Louisiana — and being felt acutely in the bayou.
Job creation in April fell to a seven-month low, signaling that employment growth engine may be shifting into a lower gear.
Jim Cramer cast doubt on Tesla's car production guidance, but Josh Spencer says the company has already accomplished the extraordinary.
This is the second time this week that Trump has revealed a profound ignorance of an issue related to government debts, Vox reports.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will meet with Donald Trump next week, after both had publicly declined to support the other in recent days.
Trump says he would replace Fed chief Janet Yellen because she’s not a Republican. “President Trump” meddling in central-banking is a big red flag.
The utilities sector may be overvalued, so should investors look elsewhere instead?
Having notched major sales of body cameras to several big cities, Taser International has its sights set on an even bigger prize — the New York City Police Department.
Puerto Rico has no money to make its debt payments and needs help to restructure from Congress, Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla says.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
The Fort McMurray wildfire in oil-rich Alberta may be the costliest disaster in Canadian history. Click ahead to see scenes from the inferno.
There's one number in the latest jobs report that economist Jared Bernstein didn't like. Here's why.
Don't get too excited about the big Powerball jackpot. Taxes take a bigger bite out of winnings than you'd expect.
America created 160,000 jobs in April — and either way you look at it, that's wrong number, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday.
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee, a GOP civil war that will break the party into pieces is fully underway, Politico's Ben White says.
Fundstrat's Thomas Lee says the market will reach new highs this month based on what's happening in the high-yield bond market.
There's a new wave of tech coming, and it's going to be a massive shift in how consumers and industries interact.
No other musician came close to what pop sensation Taylor Swift raked in during 2015.
The migration to chip cards is a must, but in the short term could create as much as $14 billion in fraud between now and 2020.
Harvard is declaring members of private "final clubs" ineligible for fellowships or for certain leadership positions, The Harvard Crimson reports.