Music superstars like Taylor Swift and Neil Young have opposed the economics behind streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. But what are the services like for the indie artist? CNNMoney's Laurie Segall takes a look.
New York Comic Con is the biggest pop culture convention on the east coast, rivaling even its west coast counterpart, San Diego Comic Con, in scope. Frank Pallotta gives you a behind the scenes look at the event.
Dell announced Monday that it has agreed to buy corporate software, storage and security giant EMC for $67 billion, making it the biggest tech deal of all time.
LinkedIn is the latest company to make the switch to a 'discretionary' vacation policy. Under the new policy, Starting November 1, employees will face "no set minimum or maximum amount of vacation time."
Black Lives Matter activist Aurielle Marie says she is still looking for a "concrete understanding" of how Hillary Clinton would be an advocate for the safety of black communities in America.
Richard Quest talks to Stanley Fischer, Vice Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, about the timing of a rate hike and his outlook on the U.S. economy.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson dismissed Rupert Murdoch's "real black president" tweet as "much to do about nothing."
Lumber Liquidators will pay $10 million in a Justice Department settlement over the origin of some of its wood flooring.
The monologue must go on, so when Jimmy Fallon "pulled a hammy," Jay Leno briefly took back "The Tonight Show" reign.