Breast pumps are now covered by the Affordable Care Act, and the increase in demand has led to shortages.
Garment factory owners struggle to shake off the stigma of poor working conditions after the tragic collapse of rented facility that was not equipped for factory use.
Get a rare look inside a jewelry factory and see how custom diamond engagement rings are made from design, to a 3D-printed model, stone setting, polishing and laser engraving.
Myriad Genetics has patents on the two mutated genes that prompted Angelina Jolie to undergo a mastectomy, which critics say obstructs the research needed to find a cure for breast cancer.
Facebook's historic IPO was marred by its botched entrance on the Nasdaq one year ago but the stock has stabilized thanks to progress in mobile.
The high-end retailer's results missed forecasts. With Wal-Mart and J.C. Penney also disappointing, are the wealthy cutting back on spending just like the middle class?
Startups are looking past the smartphone and creating innovative tech hardware to solve unexpected problems.
About.me founder Tony Conrad says his social media company is for those who don't fit into the LinkedIn 'rubric,' and that buying back his company from AOL was 'amicable.'
Eddie Murphy fought the bad guys at this place, but that's not its only claim to fame. A secret Prohibition-era bar also sits inside this three-acre Santa Monica, Calif. estate.
Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says he bought AwesomenessTV, a YouTube channel, to target teens.
Shares of discount retailer Kohl's were up on strong earnings despite weak sales. The company said it kept expenses down. Meanwhile, Wal-Mart dipped on its outlook.
With bitcoins still hovering over $100, one miner explains how he makes money running his computer 24/7, supporting the Bitcoin system.
Weight Watchers began 50 years ago as a regular meeting in founder Jean Nidetch's apartment.
Five SUVs including the Hyundai Tuscon, Ford Escape, Kia Sportage, Buick Encore and Jeep Patriot earned poor ratings in a tough new crash test.
At its annual I/O conference, Google showcased a number of software updates yet almost nothing new in hardware.
The Ram 1500 combines great looks with fuel efficiency, air suspension and real truck performance.
A new music service, new maps, voice search and a surprise appearance by CEO Larry Page were among the highlights at Google I/O.
Banks are hiring security consultants to test the safety of their deposits. But often, it's still too easy to steal.
Shares of Deere & Company are down after the company gave a cautious outlook due to the sluggish global economy and overly rainy conditions in the Midwest.
The electronics maker never knew its audio cassette commercial would find a place in pop culture history.
As the Dow and S&P 500 both hit record highs, some investors are wary of the rally while others are finding value in stocks that are lagging behind.
Change.org founder Ben Rattray talks to Fortune's Adam Lashinsky about how his petitions website is able to attract users and investors.
New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn tells women she stopped thinking about how she is viewed by others because then 'I'm not spending all of my brain doing.'
Major brands are starting to invest in the Kurdish region of Iraq after seeing local fast-food chains succeed.
The Internal Revenue Service is under fire for targeting Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status.
Shares of Take-Two Interactive, EA and Activision are up sharply. Is the rally overdone or should investors be excited about the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox 720?
Cedar Fair CEO Matt Ouimet says that consumers 'find value' in theme parks and that Cedar Point's new roller coaster, The Gatekeeper, is his 'honor student.'
CNNMoney gets an inside look at BMW's North American design lab, where the company works on everything from cars to coffee makers.
Some worry bond yields will surge -- just like they did when OJ Simpson dominated the headlines -- if the Fed tightens sooner rather than later.
We visited Maplewood, N.J., and spoke to small business owners about what it's like to run a shop in today's economic climate.
How two young entrepreneurs created a cocktail shaker made with a Mason jar that wound up on West Elm's shelves.
Venture capitalist Andreessen thinks Google Glass will be just as 'transformative' as the smartphone - if not more.
Growing weed indoors isn't very green. But with marijuana legalization in Washington State, some hope to move cannabis production outside and under the sun.
High-end home theaters offer equal, or often better viewing experience for movies, TV, music and sports events than commercial cinemas.
Investor Marc Andreessen says that Marissa Mayer needs to fix her company and 'people need to be in the same room.'
Despite a sluggish economy, the Gap is expecting strong sales and earnings. Investors are impressed.
U.S. authorities say that cyber thieves used an elaborate scheme involving stolen pre-paid debit card information to steal $45 million from banks.
For $7.9 million you could own this home just off the Vegas strip with a fully equipped, customized casino where the house never wins.
Who says nobody watches TV anymore? News Corp. posted solid earnings thanks to its cable channels. Other media stocks are doing well too.
Day traders aren't just looking for higher stock prices, but volatility and volume too. But you need a technological edge to profit.
The 2013 Ford Fusion Plug-In Hybrid has more space than the Chevy Volt and even parks itself.
T. Boone Pickens says that cheap natural gas will become the go-to for transportation fuel and that leaders in Washington will eventually realize the economic benefits.
A thousand pieces of Beach Boys memorabilia, including handwritten songs, were found in a storage locker and are now up for auction.
Eight-time Grammy winner Lauryn Hill is sentenced to three months in prison for failing to file tax returns on nearly $1.8 million of income.
Shares of the do-it-at-home beverage maker fell even though earnings topped forecasts. Expectations were high and some think SodaStream is a fad.
Warren Buffett's lieutenant Charlie Munger says Europe will muddle through their economic problems and that Japan has gracefully 'taken a messed-up static economy for a long time.'
The U.S. Olympic team has tapped the automaker to design and develop a two-man bobsled for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Google Glass may be the future of computing, but for now it is limited by needing your phone's data connection.
Touted as the 'largest shopping mall in the world,' the New South China Mall sits virtually empty as a result of low demand and over-ambitious building.
Shares of satellite leader DirecTV surged on strong subscriber gains in the U.S. and Latin America. Maybe those Genie commercials are working.