Augmented reality (AR) was once the stuff of Hollywood movies, but businesses from every sector are betting big on the technology.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova has an interesting oil trade in the face of the commodity's drop.
The Israeli Prime Minister launched a last-minute media blitz to counter what appears to be a rising tide of support for his main opponent.
Emerging markets are struggling amid the U.S. dollar's unprecedented rise, but investors remain bullish on one developing nation: Mexico.
Most European bond yields barely keep their noses above water, but there's one place they're likely to keep finding interested investors: Europe.
Faber now says that it's wise to be in blue chip stocks—but he has a particularly frightening rationale behind his unusual call.
The White House accused the UK of a "constant accommodation" of China after the British government decided to join a large China-led financial institution. The Financial Times reports.
Consumer confidence in Australia is holding up amid a transition away from resources-led growth, the chief of Wesfarmers told CNBC.
As the Fed meeting approaches, traders and strategists expect wild market gyrations to continue in both directions.
Lotte Group's Shin Kyuk-ho is making his mark with Seoul's tallest tower, amidst the crumble of public faith in corporate giants over safety fears and mistrust.
A rate cut from South Korea Thursday takes the number of central banks that have eased policy this year to 24. That number should rise, analysts say.
IBM is considering the technology behind bitcoin, known as the "blockchain," to create a digital cash and payment system for major currencies.
Fewer than 1 in 4 active managers have outperformed over the past 10 years and only about 4 percent of large-cap growth fund pros did so in 2014.
Resolving the fracas over funding Greece is a job for policymakers and Athens – not the ECB, the head of the German Bundesbank told CNBC on Thursday.
Villagers in eastern Ukraine saw a missile overhead before a Malaysian airliner was shot down last year, suggesting it was from pro-Russian rebel territory.
U.S. officials say Commerzbank carried out transactions with U.S.-sanctioned entities in Iran and Sudan.
Trader Jim Iuorio explains why he just leapt into the plunging currency.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
Skyrocketing sales in China are helping Germany’s Volkswagen Group steal a lead over its other global rivals, CEO Martin Winterkorn told CNBC.
Terry Pratchett, the British author of the popular "Discworld" novels, has died of a form of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 66.
Old military campaigns in the Middle East have come back to haunt the West as weapons left behind have fallen into Islamic State's hands.
Metal prices crumbled on Monday thanks to a toxic combination of the prospect of poor Chinese demand and a stronger U.S. dollar.
Investigations into the Paris attacks have focused on a small European country that is now emerging as a breeding ground for Islamic extremism.
CNBC Meets hosted a special event in New York, speaking to a panel of celebrities and business leaders including Richard Branson and Ashley Judd on their philanthropic goals and aspirations.
Dolly Parton has formally opened the doors of the latest addition to her growing Dollywood theme park empire, the "DreamMore" resort.
Tania Bryer speaks to fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg about her extraordinary life.
Nymex oil may have a prolonged sideways consolidation between $38 and $48 but charts suggest that, long-term, it has further to fall.
The euro-dollar developed an end-of-downtrend pattern starting in March 2015, but it didn't pan out.
The Shanghai Composite index's breakout move above its long-term resistance level near 3,400 signaled a bullish uptrend.