To fill a plus-size void, Rent the Runway recently debuted its first collection of evening gowns and cocktail dresses for curvier figures.
One of the iPod design chiefs, Nest Labs' Tony Fadell, is reportedly at work on another toy to change daily life, a smart smoke detector.
Almost 40 percent of software engineers working on big data solutions think the government is spying on them, and why wouldn't they?
Google has changed the algorithm it uses for search in an effort to improve results for longer, more complex queries.
Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog, looks at the auto showroom battle of the sexes, the latest black-eye for BlackBerry, and how the super-rich prepare for the worst.
Microsoft CEO Ballmer said farewell before thousands of applauding employees with a loud and emotional performance at his last companywide meeting.
Since China opened up to foreign investment, some of America's most powerful corporations have gone in confidently, only to stagger out defeated. The Global Post reports.
Maria Bartiromo leads a panel discussion at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Some of the world's biggest technology companies are urging the European Union's leaders to stem the tide of "patent trolls" in Europe.
Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers comments on the state of the global economy and where it's headed.
Cisco shares have outperformed the broader market this year, up 30 percent. John Chambers, Cisco Systems chairman and CEO, discusses innovation, cloud computing, and emerging markets. Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, weighs in.
The Fed "lockup" leak that gave some traders in Chicago information before others was unfair, Google's Eric Schmidt said. Here's how to prevent it.
CNBC's Jon Fortt sat down with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos about the release of its new Kindle tablet, and Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt shares his thoughts. "Jeff Bezos is a tremendous American entrepreneur," Schmidt said.
CNBC's Eamon Javers has the latest details on the Chicago trades made milliseconds after the Fed's decision last week. Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, weighs in on high frequency trading.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, shares his view on the broad economy and explains why he thinks jobs are created by new, fast-growing companies.
Happy Wednesday. The government may shut down, but the six-pack just keeps on going.
Jeff Bezos wasn't just putting the finishing touches on the new Kindle Fire HDX tablets over the summer, he also spent a lot of time focusing on the future, running three all-day book clubs.
"We actually view mobile as an incremental opportunity for us," WebMD's David Schlanger says.
Nineteen companies caught writing fake reviews on websites such as Yelp and Google Local have been snared in a year-long sting operation by the New York Attorney General.
Google is about to hit a major milestone. CNBC's Josh Lipton asks John Biggs, TechCrunch east coast editor, and Jon Elvekrog, 140 Proof co-founder and CEO, whether the company has peaked in regards to innovation.