Job creation accelerated in February, posting a better-than-expected gain of 175,000 despite expectations that weather would keep the count low.» Read More
Buffett tells CNBC he backs the Keystone Pipeline even though it would take away some business from his Berkshire Hathaway rail subsidiary BNSF.
Men's Wearhouse said it had entered into a non-disclosure agreement with Jos. A. Bank and received a draft merger agreement.
Hong Kong is the most expensive city for companies to locate employees in terms of the costs of residential and office space.
Social programs have "created a poverty trap," Rep. Paul Ryan says. The Washington Post reports.
U.S. manufacturing growth rebounded off an eight-month low in February, helped by a recovery in new orders.
Shoppers are visiting fewer stores than they did in the past, increasing the importance of building a loyal customer base.
U.S. consumer spending rose strongly in January, with income gains keeping pace during the month.
According to a survey, 86 percent of Americans thinks it's not at all acceptable to cheat on taxes. Only 60 percent are motivated by fear of an audit.
Google is diversifying into everything from smart meters to clean energy. This is making it hard for analysts to place a value on the search giant.
Richest people in the world are now worth a combined $6.4 trillion, according to Forbes. Record-breaking number up from $5.4 trillion last year.
Comcast is considering spinning off 3 million subscribers into a publicly traded company, according to sources familiar with the matter.
U.S. aviation regulators plan to propose improving cockpit automation to help prevent pilot errors that have caused fatal airline crashes.
U.S. small businesses borrowed more money in January than they did a year earlier, signaling continued growth in the economy.
Japan's Fast Retailing, which owns Uniqlo, is in talks to buy J. Crew, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing a source.
The effects of climate change, "if any," have not affected the insurance market, Warren Buffett told CNBC—adding he's not calculating catastrophe probabilities differently.
Americans and their elected officials continue to resist cuts to almost any specific program, big or small.
Tech problems at several states' Obamacare enrollment websites are so bad that the government is giving some people relief via loosened subsidy rules.
Even if it isn't a bubble, the tech sector has had a pretty big run, and it might be time to look at some cautious ways to target tech-stock returns.
Connecticut and New York have found a way around federal budget cuts that played a central role in the massive farm bill passed this month.
The fight over the Democratic proposal to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 is vocal and heated as ever.
"The Kudlow Report" will end its run this month, CNBC said on Friday, with host Larry Kudlow moving into a senior contributor role for the network.
The chief executive officer of virtual currency exchange First Meta Pte committed suicide in Singapore last month.
Most car companies want to sell more cars. Ferrari wants to sell less. And so far, its strategy has been highly profitable.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian discusses the unusual options activity around Nokia, and Stephanie Link trades the regional banks.
Mike Holland, Holland & Company chairman, discusses the condition of the stock market since "the Haines bottom" 5 years ago.
How safe is your personal information online? CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the top three website attacks that could lead to your identity being stolen.