Cable TV is dying, but the eventual killer won't be Netflix or Amazon — it will be the cable companies themselves.
Even in this eventful week, nothing came close to matching the perilous significance of the unprecedented air strikes between Pakistan and India, escalating the risk of war between two nuclear powers.
Rep. Jerry Nadler said that his Judiciary Committee will request documents from more than 60 people in the president's circle.
After tamping down on shadow banking in the last few years, China will now encourage such lending to boost growth, a Chinese economist said ahead of the country's annual parliamentary session.
Apple's expected to introduce new iPads this month, so here are the ones you shouldn't buy right now and the iPads that are perfectly OK to buy.
We sampled a 2019 X5 xDrive40i, the basic configuration of the X5 which features a 3.0-liter inline-six engine with 335 horsepower mated to an all-wheel-drive system for $72,530.
President Donald Trump said he is "an innocent man" and also claimed that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is "illegal." The president lashed out days after his former lawyer Michael Cohen testified to a congressional committee.
Tax refunds aren't necessarily a good thing, but that check is still an opportunity to improve your financial standing.
It's becoming clear that Amazon could have avoided all the negative publicity from HQ2 if it had just run the bidding process quietly, instead of spinning up a year-long media cycle, according to public relations experts.
Chinese stock markets charged forward on Monday even after seeing massive gains in February, and the way forward appears to remain positive, according to several analysts who spoke to CNBC.
Though Trump's trade war tweet scared businesses and investors, he has progress to show in the last year.
The White House on Wednesday is hosting major chief executives who joined a Trump administration advisory board on workforce issues.
Some of the latest offbeat concepts not only help restaurants set themselves apart from the competition, but also tackle industry-wide problems like rising labor costs or limited seating.
The founder and CEO of Girls Who Code wants girls to learn to embrace imperfection and perseverance.
Hedge fund and PG&E investor BlueMountain Capital announced Friday that it has nominated 13 candidates for election to the company's board.
The Commerce Department said on Friday personal income slipped 0.1 percent in January. That was the first decline since November 2015 and followed a 1.0 percent jump in December.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has entered a not guilty plea to charges of soliciting prostitution at a Florida massage parlor, court records show. Kraft's lawyer Jack Goldberger also had requested a non-jury trial for the billionaire.
Former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter told CNBC that India needs to solve the problem of placing a large number of troops in Muslim-majority Kashmir while Pakistan needs to do more to tackle terrorism.
Elon Musk sent an email to employees explaining the company's decision to reduce headcount in its sales and marketing divisions.
Foot Locker shares soared 5 percent Friday after the shoe company reported same-store sales growth that more than doubled expectations.