After announcing a new free music streaming service for mobile devices, Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek discusses his vision for the future of music on the internet.
The Land Rover, Range Rover Autobiography edition combines the luxury of a limo with off-road performance.
The growth of first time car buyers in China is driving the growth of a website for car information and reviews.
MasterCard surged after announcing a stock split that will make shares more affordable to average investors. Should Apple and Priceline follow MasterCard's lead?
Author Stephen M.R. Covey tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that companies need to signal their intentions in order to win the trust of their customers.
Gadget retailer Hammacher Schlemmer is selling some of the more outlandish holiday gifts, including a whale-shaped submarine and a hovercraft.
Security flaws in 'smart' light switches can enable hackers to turn your lights on right after you've turned them off. Laurie Segall reports.
Vulnerabilities in some smart home devices could enable bad actors to open your door or change your PIN code. Laurie Segall reports.
The bipartisan budget deal rolls back some of the sequester cuts for the next two years and offsets them with other savings. But it still needs votes to become law.
Watch how Hammond's Candies has been handmaking candy canes for the last 93 years.
The NSA has "gone undercover" in video games like World of Warcraft and Second Life in an attempt to interact with terrorists.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says the goal of the open letter to Washington is about 'establishing trust.' He also discusses Twitter's record stock price.
Twitter is off to a much better start as a public company than Facebook was in 2012. But Twitter still has to find a way to be profitable if it really wants to compete with Facebook.
Mary Barra, speaking at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Conference, discusses why she went into the auto industry and her 'no more crappy cars' mandate to employees after GM's bankruptcy.
Former U.S. Representative Ron Paul says that the dollar is fragile and the digital currency Bitcoin could aid in bringing down the world reserve currency as people lose confidence in it.
Low-wage workers struggle to get by as they fight for higher pay, but some say raising the minimum wage won't solve their problems.
Lingerie meets tech at this year's Victoria's Secret fashion show. Laurie Segall reports
Britney Spears is 32 years old and already the pop singer is worth over $200 million. Christine Romans looks at how one of the most successful pop icons made her money.
Although food distributor Sysco has lagged the broader market this year, shares soared Monday after it agreed to buy rival U.S. Foods from private equity firms.
Doug Parker, CEO of the new American Airlines, discusses what customers will see that's different in the merged American and US Airways, now the largest airline in the world.
Ireland was one of the worst hit areas of Europe's economic crisis, but Dublin is now on the mend.
Author Ram Charan tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that businesses need to speed up their execution to remain successful.
Sony's new PlayStation 4 isn't quite the home entertainment system that the Xbox One is, but it holds massive potential for gamers.
The U.S. economy is on pace to create the most jobs since 2005, but the hourly wages for today's jobs may mean you will need more than one.
Only the world's most passionate Ferrari fans have the opportunity to own and drive real Formula 1 race cars on tracks.
U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez says extending unemployment insurance, passing a budget, immigration reform and infrastructure investments will 'build on this progress' in the job market.
The jobs report was strong and the markets are celebrating. Sure, the Fed may taper sooner rather than later. But that's not a bad thing as long as the economy is improving.
Big companies like Coca-Cola and Visa are counting on capitalizing on the global exposure of being a World Cup sponsor.
23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki talks about the challenges her company faces in working with the FDA to get approval to market its DNA kits.
With over 200,000 jobs added across multiple sectors, 2013 is shaping up to be a pretty good year for the labor market.
Author Kaihan Krippendorff tells Gazelles CEO Verne Harnish that strategic thinking needs to be an ongoing process for businesses.
Coin CEO Kanishk Parashar discusses the practicality and security of his new start-up venture Coin, which puts multiple credit, debit or gift cards onto one card.
This home has it all, including underground features like a tennis court that doubles as a ballroom and a 10,000-square-foot Turkish-inspired spa.
Aetna's CFO says the market needs to settle before his company jumps all in and that large insurers must adapt a 'competitive cost structure.'
According to CFO Shawn Guertin, Aetna saves money on real estate by letting employees work from home. And productivity is 'as good if not better.'
CFO Shawn Guertin discusses the problematic roll-out of the Obamacare exchanges and how employers may change their benefit plans in future.
Aetna CFO Shawn Guertin insists access to healthcare has become much better but the Affordable Care Act does little to address the growing cost of medical care.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the challenges of changing the look and feel of the Mustang to appeal to international and domestic customers.
Williams-Sonoma CEO Laura Alber says the British market is a gateway to open stores across Europe.
Apple is in the green for 2013 and shares are nearing $600 thanks to a reported China Mobile deal. But to get above its all-time high, Apple must innovate.
The redesigned pony car will offer better fuel economy, an improved ride and better handling, Ford says.
CEO Spencer Rascoff says the states hit hardest by the recession -- Arizona, Nevada and parts of California -- are now booming real estate markets.
President Obama discusses America's place in the world regarding income inequality and social mobility. Then he calls for a higher federal minimum wage.
Jake and Dick Leinenkugel say their decision to sell to Miller Brewing Company 25 years ago gave them the chance to reach a national audience.
Microsoft's newest gaming console retails for $499 -- but that's not what it costs the Redmond giant to manufacture.
Fast food workers like Eduardo Shoy have had to make big sacrifices in order to continue supporting his family on a wage of $7.25 an hour.
Forrester VP James McQuivey says businesses have to rely on big data to better serve their customers.
Good news for J.C. Penney. Sales were up big in November. Bad news. Wall Street still wants more.
These 4 charts explain why you're not feeling better about the economy, despite its growth.
Patrick McConlogue taught homeless man Leo Grand to code in New York City and he has already has an app.