Times have changed, it is now more environmentally friendly and profitable to use renewable energy, says Oscar-winning director Charles Ferguson.
When it comes to giving back, even the smallest amount can make a huge impact. Don't let a tight budget stop you.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife are rewriting the rules of charitable giving, says Melissa Berman. Here's how they'll change the game.
Bill Gates announces a multi-billion dollar private sector coalition to fight climate change.
Wealth-X has compiled a list of the richest people of each decade.
The Pentagon says U.S. forces targeted the ISIS militant Jihadi John, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Eight years, a job departure and one whistleblower later, the cerebral card game is again foisting notoriety on Jimmy Cayne.
One unspoken agenda item as the presidents of the U.S. and China meet could be China's role on the global financial stage.
The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to Hampton Creek, citing several alleged violations for its Just Mayo product.
Although people are right to be concerned about security, they shouldn't always fear the worst, even in a hack-prone world, experts say.
Bill Gates may be the richest man alive. But he's not the richest man in history. In fact, he barely makes the top 10.
The world's wealthiest couple has a combined net worth of $85.7 billion, according to Wealth-X.
Warren Buffett makes his major annual gift to charity, $2.8 billion in Berkshire Hathaway stock.
Jon Brod, Confide co-founder and president & AOL Ventures founder, gives his perspective to a tech bubble.
The CEOs of Tesla and Facebook are examples of men possessed with large enough egos that they've carved out their own category of leadership.
A practically unheard-of billionaire just blew past household name Warren Buffett to be the second-richest man in the world.
CEO Christopher Nassetta says Hilton Worldwide is seriously considering spinning off its $13 billion in properties into a real estate investment trust.
The world's most powerful 100 women control nearly $1 trillion in annual revenues according to Forbes magazine. We take a closer look at the five most powerful women.
Top execs at billion-dollar start-ups Airbnb, Houzz, Pinterest, Slack and Snapchat are among the keynote speakers for the Code Conference.
Seven years removed from a near-death experience during the financial crisis, Ken Griffin's Citadel is more powerful than ever.