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Russia said it could not order "self-defense" forces in Ukraine's Crimea region back to their bases ahead of crucial ministerial talks in Paris.
The former Microsoft CEO made his first public appearance Tuesday after leaving the helm of the company.
Wilson Electronics, a leader in the market for devices that boost cellphone signals, has quietly scooped up zBoost, one of its key rivals.
A new report shows that on a per-square-foot basis, New York is half price compared to some other favorite cities of the rich.
Crashing websites and overwhelming data centres, a new generation of cyber attacks is costing millions and straining the structure of the Internet.
As the turmoil in Ukraine continues, analysts have flagged Turkey as another country to watch.
An IRS whistleblower refused to answer questions at a hearing that quickly devolved into over-the-top shouting and a cut microphone.
Business Insider just raised $12 million in funding from investors including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, WSJ reported.
JFK understood that high tax rates, even on the rich, bring inequities into the nation's political economy.
Autumn Radtke, the 28-year-old CEO of an upstart bitcoin exchange, died last week under mysterious circumstances.
President Obama wants to close a tax loophole that costs Medicare and Social Security millions. Here's how it works.
Highlights from the billionaire activist investor's wide-ranging interview on CNBC's Squawk Box Wednesday.
The head of the Justice Department division in charge of prosecuting white-collar crime says she's leaving behind plenty of big cases.
A proposed law would allow Moscow to seize West's assets if sanctions are imposed on Russia, NBC News reports.
Honeywell CEO David Cote also reaffirmed the company's first quarter and full-year 2014 outlook.
Carl Icahn says corporate governance in America is broken—but he admits he's not perfect either when it comes to serving on boards of directors.
The index fell last month, its worst read since February 2010 as bad weather impacted business activity.
Nelson Peltz is taking his bid to split up PepsiCo to its shareholders, a close associate tells CNBC.
In the wake of a widespread data breach, Target's Chief Information Officer Beth Jacob has resigned.
Activist investor Carl Icahn says eBay has a huge corporate governance problem, and he says board member Marc Andreessen is the most conflicted.