Coupons.com CEO Steven Boal says being able to digitally clip coupons has helped the company avoid tough times as newspaper sales plummet.
Ev Williams, Twitter co-founder and creator of Medium, discusses why the publishing platform has gained popularity in the blogging community.
The solid jobs report led to a bump in Treasury yields. The market expects Janet Yellen to keep Ben Bernanke's tapering plan in place. And that's okay.
The U.S. added 175,000 jobs in February and the unemployment rate ticked up slightly to 6.7%.
Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto, a 64-year-old retired engineer, is denying that he was the creator of Bitcoin. The reporter who identified him sits down with CNN.
Harry Thomson has two college degrees and ran a company, but today he's part of New Jersey's growing group of long-term unemployed.
This Los Angeles home has a casino, a grotto and a two-story disco, but the owner says he uses the would-be party pad as his photography studio. Now you can call it home for $6.75 million.
As PC sales rapidly decline, Logitech has moved from keyboards and mice into mobile accessories.
Cable channel content providers have finally softened up to the idea of people watching television programming via the internet. Look for the first of these services before 2015.
Shares of Costco slipped as results missed expectations. But at least the company didn't use snow and ice as an excuse. Sluggish holiday sales and weak foreign currencies hurt profits.
Changes that The College Board is making to the SAT test are moves in the right direction, but America still has a problem preparing our students for college and getting them good jobs out of school.
Attracted by political stability and a low risk of their assets being seized, many wealthy Russians are moving to London
Twice a year Ferrari runs its Corso Pilota on Ice program in Aspen, Colorado. For a price of $11k per person Ferrari owners get lux accommodations, gourmet dinners and private training on an ice track.
The HUVr video with Christopher Lloyd, Moby, Terrell Owens and Tony Hawk is a viral sensation. But a real hoverboard? It's time to head back to reality instead of Back to the Future.
Shares of eBay are near an all-time high even though Carl Icahn keeps attacking the company for not spinning off PayPal. So should Icahn stay on the warpath or stop talking?
Markets often swing on news of crazy or dangerous events around the world. But history shows us that the effects are not lasting. Don't let the crisis in Ukraine change your investing day-to-day.
Figure out how much money you need to retire and then plan your investments accordingly. It's not exactly that simple, but that's the key to building your nest egg.
If you feel like your finances are in shambles, here are the basics to getting on the road to wealth: A budget, automating some finances and cutting out the extras.
In this apartment, your coffee machine starts brewing when you enter the kitchen for breakfast and Sinatra starts playing when you open the front door.
Laser-based communications can facilitate trades at even faster speeds than fiber-optic networks.
President Obama announces a 2015 budget that includes more help for low income and middle class workers paid for by 'closing loopholes' for the wealthy.
President Obama says Congress can take immediate action to 'stabilize the economy in Ukraine [and] help to make sure that fair and free elections take place very soon.'
Where there's smoke, there's fire? Lorillard and American Reynolds are higher on merger rumors. But investors could get burned if no deal happens.
The Russian economy is more intertwined with the global marketplace for commodities such as oil and gas and European finance. Will economic measures from the U.S. really deter Vladimir Putin?
The first female CEO of a major automaker explains her philosophy on climbing up the corporate ladder.
At Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, the U.S. Air Force houses more than 4,000 old airplanes that are used for parts or turned into scrap.
After a terrible 2013, gold is shining due to Ukraine-Russia tension and broader fears about fragile emerging markets.
Stocks, energy prices, commodities and gold are a few of the ways the escalating tensions in Ukraine and Russia could affect your finances.
Many Rolex collectors want a watch to demonstrate their success, where Patek Philippe fans often prefer a more subdued time piece.
Making an independent film with a predominantly black cast in Hollywood has its challenges. The producer of 'The Butler' says investors asked her to include more white actors in the movie to broaden its appeal.
Having a baby changes your life in many ways. It would be a mistake to think that the new member of your family won't impact your finances.
Performance reviews can be scary, but they can also mean a fatter paycheck.
See who won our Tech Oscars for cinematography, ongoing drama, acting and lifetime achievement. You may be surprised by the results.
The deficit in 2013 was lower than any year since 2008. But don't expect the political bickering around government spending to end any time soon.
You may have heard about the professional who took heat for aggressively responding to a networking request. Here's how to avoid such drama.
Jon Matonis, Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, says Bitcoin is safe, but maintains it is an experimental platform that should still be considered in beta.
Here's a look at the process of manufacturing an Oscar. The famous statues are made at R.S. Owens, a company in Chicago that has been making the prestigious awards for over 70 years.
3D Systems reported good enough earnings and guidance to impress investors. The whole industry is bouncing back from a sluggish start to the year.
Films like Her and Nebraska have nearly doubled their box office sales after being nominated for Academy Awards.
The leading man formerly known for taking off his shirt has turned himself into a 'Best Actor' brand. That means more attention, more awards, and more money. Alright, alright, alright.
Every inch counts in this 'tiny home' where stairs to the loft space also function as storage compartments and an office nook.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen discusses the complexities and regulatory obstacles of Bitcoin.
China's e-commerce giants are going into competition with Chinese banks, offering financial products with high yields.
Shares of Best Buy surged after the retailer's weak sales topped low expectations. It joins a long list of struggling retailers, such as J.C. Penney and Sears, that have rallied this week despite relatively poor results.
Starting out as a trunk maker, the Louis Vuitton brand is now estimated to be worth $30 billion.
Nokia's Stephen Elop discusses the new Nokia X line of devices, Android, and not becoming the CEO of Microsoft
The McLaren 12C Spyder provides roaring excitement that's easy to live with... at a price.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen talks about the need for the struggling phone maker to keep enterprise customers.
Less than 5% of the Swiss bank's thousands of accounts with over $10 billion in assets were reported to the IRS. And you won't believe the ways in which they allegedly hid the money.
Target shares surged even though earnings sank due to the data breach and weak Canada sales. As bad as results were, they still topped Wall Street's expectations.