Is this blazing hot industry about to cool down? That's what top technician Carter Worth of Sterne Agee argues.
As stocks creep ever higher and spark bubble rumors, one other bubble appears to be deflating: the gum bubble.
Venture capital investment in health-care IT companies has topped $2.3 billion in 2014, blowing past last year's level.
She gave an interview to the New Yorker, and any time such exclusive access is given, the questions go beyond just what was said.
Industry leaders say they're counting on Shelley Moore Capito to be an ally in Congress.
The administration offers to hold a private briefing on the political affairs office instead.
Mary Cheney, who broke with her sister over same-sex marriage, skips an event with the family.
"This is a phony trial ... it's a show trial," the Senate Majority Leader says about Boehner's suit.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and PayPal, discusses what he thinks could soon send shockwaves through the tech sector.
The plaintiff in the landmark campaign finance case asks for an investigation into election fraud.
As Marcus Lemonis mulls how to save struggling Crumbs Bake Shop, one thing's for sure...
What tech company has the most attractive employees? Social networking and dating site Hinge tallied the numbers.
Oakmark Fund's Bill Nygren says Amazon's rapidly growing business and high-margin third-party sales make its shares a good bet.
The CEO of the chain that owns Hardee's and Carl's Jr. strikes back at critics over his position on raising the minimum wage.
They will introduce a constitutional amendment that would overturn decisions like Citizens United.
She says Kelly was wrong to criticize her father.
A mass of polar air pushing south from Canada will threaten record lows for this time of year in the Midwest, NBC News reports.
The terrible accusations against the father alleged to have intentionally left his toddler to die in a hot car in Georgia make it too easy to mentally file the death under the category “things that will never happen to my family.”
Former NFL quarterback Andrew Walter offers supporters a chance to shoot guns at his event.
The editor-in-chief will step down, making way for deputy editor Julia Turner to take the reins.