Charities can get into trouble when their donors are accused of morally reprehensible behavior and it gets more complicated when the charity wants to distance themselves from the scandal, a law professor writes in The Conversation.
The conservative commentator and filmmaker reveals what he said President Trump told him about why he was getting a pardon.
The president earlier in the day announced that he would pardon conservative pundit Dinesh D'Souza.
If Trump refuses to talk to the special counsel's team, it could lead to a subpoena being issued seeking to compel his interview.
Ever wanted to get inside the heads of the world's top leaders? A test used by NASA has attempted to do just that.
Martha Stewart told The New York Times that she travels with a shahtoosh shawl. Real shahtoosh is banned.
The Weinstein Company's future is more than bleak, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a professor at the Yale School of Management, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma, along with Martha Stewart, was at the Gateway '17 conference in Detroit.
At Alibaba's Gateway 2017 conference in Detroit, CNBC's David Faber speaks with lifestyle and media maven Martha Stewart, Sequential Brands Group chief creative officer, about working with Alibaba to get into the Chinese marketplace and other places in the world.
CNBC tested out the $179 Martha Stewart and Marley Spoon Thanksgiving delivery meal-kit.
Want Martha Stewart to cater your Thanksgiving dinner? You're in luck, Stewart's famous recipes could arrive at your doorstep this year.
Will the Martha Stewart name translate in China? The domestic diva is en route there now to find out.
CNBC’s Courtney Reagan talks to Martha Stewart about how she's teaming up with meal kit delivery service Marley Spoon.
Martha Stewart unveils a meal-kit delivery service that puts her in competition with start-ups Blue Apron, Plated and others.
'Business is a full-contact sport, and it's hard,' one CEO said. But this is crucial to rising to the top, CEOs say.
Martha Stewart says she wanted to buy K-Mart before it was sold to Sears, with CNBC's Sue Herera.
If Martha Stewart had her way, Kmart could have been KMartha.
Martha Stewart says she regrets not buying Kmart before a deal with the discount chain went south.
Yale University professor and CNBC contribuor Jeff Sonnenfeld weighs in on GOP Debate mention and Carly Fiorina's record.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the acquisition for Martha Stewart Living is a half cash, half stock deal.