Country analysts are calling it the closest contest in years, as new constitutional rules, a more united opposition and a growing desire for change challenge Erdogan's long-held popularity. » Read More
Global oil producers are already considering an oil output deal for 2019.
States can now force online retailers to collect sales tax. It may benefit state budgets, and brick-and-mortar stores, but who could be hurt? CNBC’s “On the Money” asks retail expert Jan Kniffen
Russia’s push to increase oil production came independently of tweets by certain political leaders, the country’s oil minister said Saturday during the OPEC summit in Vienna.
The U.S. Homeland Security Department said late Saturday the government has reunited 522 children separated from adults as part of a "Zero Tolerance" initiative and plans to reunite another 16 children over the next 24 hours.
With a tit-for-tat trade war looming, CFOs from the world's largest firms are growing seriously concerned, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
The U.S. economy is bounding along but economic forecaster Lakshman Achuthan sees evidence of a global slowdown in an unlikely place: demand for cow hides.
Rice trays introduced to North Korea by a U.S.-based private organization have boosted rice production up to 15 percent.
AT&T and Verizon are experimenting with drones to bring back phone service following natural disasters. AT&T used one of its drones in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria wiped out over 90 percent of the region's cell sites. Verizon is still testing its cellular drones, but says that they are ready to be deployed this hurricane season.
Here's how Danny Sullivan became the public face of Google search and why the company needs an ombudsman now more than ever.
Bitcoin falls below the $6,000 mark. But crypto trader Brian Kelly says the large cap crypto is "not dead."
A subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase agreed to sell its minority stake in Saudi Investment Bank for 759.3 million riyals ($203 million), Saudi Investment Bank said on Sunday.
Agustin Carstens, general manager at the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), says cryptocurrencies are not true currencies.
Agustin Carstens, general manager at the Bank of International Settlement (BIS), says many projects are being postponed due to trade friction.
Polls have opened in Turkey's high-stakes presidential and parliamentary elections which could consolidate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hold on power or curtail his political ambitions.
Apple launched a repair program for faulty keys on some MacBook and MacBook Pro computers.
The Archinaut, a system made of 3-D printers and robotic arms, could be the flying factory humans need to colonize space.
Tesla is suing a former employee for allegedly hacking into its "TMOS" software -- here's what that software does.
President Trump is, as GOP Senator Ted Cruz once charged, a "pathological liar."