If you plan on staying on social media network but are concerned about hacking, CNET gives CNBC tips on how users can stay plugged in, but safeguard their data.
The federal government still classifies marijuana as an illegal drug, even as a growing number of states are legalizing its use.
Candy purveyor Jacques Torres explains to CNBC why not all dark chocolate is created equal.
Was Facebook's apology too little too late? Recode managing editor Ed Lee thinks so.
Sickly malls are experimenting with a new anchor tenant: Gymnasiums. The expectation is that fitness-conscious members will cross-shop at other locations.
Indiana runs an academy where a school official in each district gets formal training in school safety.
Ana Homayoun said it's not so much that the phone is addictive, it's really the applications on the phone and how it's being used.
Hater is an app created by former Goldman Sachs employee Brendan Alper that launched in February 2017. Originally, the concept was a joke
Microsoft Founder Bill Gates and surgeon and writer and physician Dr. Atul Gawande are teaming up to improve global health.
Thrive, Arianna Huffington's latest venture, is trying to promote health and wellness by encouraging people to get some rest.
Grush co-founder Ethan Daniel Schur pitches his start-up to panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
This tech start-up wants to do for legal marijuana what Keurig did for coffee.
Thin Ice founder Adam Paulin pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
Start-up Restore Cryotherapy is offering easy access to a cool medical treatment in a spa setting.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" is giving CEOs a chance to make a 60 second "Power Pitch" aimed to convince a panel of experts that their start-up has what it takes to succeed.
General Electric is in discussions to sell its rail business to Wabtec, according to multiple reports Friday. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick on factors affecting home sales, including an interest rate hike and an increase in the cost of materials.
Further escalation of trade tensions could raise worries about the global economic recovery, a top Federal Reserve official said Friday.
"Our investigation aims to ensure that music fans will continue to enjoy attractive music streaming offers," Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.
Alphabet's earnings will look a little different this quarter, including Nest moving out of "Other Bets."
The Amazon founder and CEO left his job at a New York-based hedge fund in 1994 and set out to sell books online, driven off Wall Street in part by competition from Madoff.
Small business sentiment soared to a 12-year high in December, as business owners looked forward to much better business conditions.
You don't need inspiration or special tools. You just need to start.
An index of small business employment growth inched up as Main Street America added jobs at a steady pace this month.