A decade ago, Chance Rides was flagging, so the family running the amusement ride business started daily meetings -- a ritual that continues to this day.
In its search for a new CEO, Target is expected to look near and far for someone to take charge of its response to last year's wide-scale data breach.
With a new CEO in place, Microsoft founder Bill Gates told CNBC on Monday he's excited about taking a more hands-on approach again at the software giant.
Warren Buffett will be probably be remembered as a teacher, right-hand man Charlie Munger predicts, saying he'd like to be remembered that way too.
The percentage of adults in the United States who lack health insurance has fallen to its lowest rate since 2008, down to about 13 percent in April.
To mark its 25th anniversary, CNBC lists the 25 people who have had most profound impact on business and finance since the channel launched in 1989.
For the fifth Saturday this year, the White House used the president's weekly address to exhort Republicans to support an increase in the minimum wage.
Warren Buffett, Coca-Cola's largest shareholder, says Coke's executive plan is excessive, after it was approved at the beverage maker's annual meeting.
Declining admissions, greater transparency to patients (thanks to reference pricing) and lower payment rates add up to less money for hospitals.
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HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the botched rollout of President Obama's signature health care law, an official says.
Oprah's new foray into Starbucks tea has plenty of precedent. Here's a look at a few examples of collaborations that go beyond mere celebrity endorsements.
A patent troll group called Personal Audio is going after podcasting, starting with a lawsuit against Adam Carolla. If Personal Audio wins, we all lose.
For Idaho Candy owner Dave Wagers, making candy the old-fashioned way in a venerable building in downtown Boise is a labor of love -- and a sweet success.
President Obama will sign two executive orders Tuesday to address the wage gap between men and women that are part of a bigger Democratic effort.
The magazines are right: 30, 40 or 50 is the new 20. Or at least it can be. Many successful folks don't figure things out until they've been around for three decades or more.