Tim Cook said Apple is experiencing "extreme conditions unlike anything we have experienced" in many markets.
A sinking dollar, high demand and bad weather have sent cauliflower prices soaring.
The government acted after confirmation the virus hit an Indiana turkey farm, alerting states to the danger and putting workers under surveillance.
An end to sanctions on Iran has driven crude futures to new lows and brought sub-$20 oil in sight, though for some that is already a painful reality.
Congress can do one thing now to create thousands of jobs and drive economic growth at home, says Cisco's Jennifer Sanford.
We haven't seen it yet, but legal U.S. pot could eventually crush one of the biggest historic weed exporters, Mexico.
Blockbuster movie 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' is now the highest grossing film of all time in North America.
TransCanada launched legal action over Keystone pipeline rejection, alleging President Obama exceeded his power.
Ken Fisher, CEO, chairman and founder of Fisher Investments who is optimistic about a bull run, advises investors to go for stocks that are "big and global, real and simple."
CNBC looks at the elections in 2015 that marked substantial upsets and led to seismic changes on the global political map.
Multiple passengers were injured on Wednesday by turbulence on an Air Canada flight from China, forcing it to land in Calgary, Alberta.
The weak oil market is poised for some recovery in 2016, offering potential upside to the currencies of oil-producing countries, an analyst said.
Canadian gaming company Amaya has been ordered by a Kentucky court to pay $870 million in penalties to cover alleged losses by the state's residents.
The Republican candidates' anti-immigrant stance at the GOP debate left David Meijas feeling hopeless and un-American.
Harrison Wang, China spokesperson of Vitality Air, explains the concept behind the Canada-based company which sells cans of clean air.
Vitality air thinks aluminum cans of oxygen can solve the Beijing smog issue.
China’s latest environmental crisis is proving to be a lucrative opportunity for another of Canada's natural resources — Rocky Mountain air.
Experts discuss the U.S. and Canadian economies and what the dip in energy prices means for the markets in both countries.
Heavy snow, downpours, twisters and record-breaking warmth — the country saw it all over the weekend. NBC News reports.
The projected declines in 2016 non-OPEC crude production will come from shale drillers, not oil majors, analysts tell CNBC.