Mentor Apps Tennis, a winner of The Global App Summit's 'App Idol' competition, allows users to record video of their tennis strokes and then compare them side by side with professional players.
Thanks to a more stable international outlook and the housing market comeback, 2014 is expected to be a solid year of modest growth in the economy.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett talks about how his business partner Charlie Munger analyzes business more thoroughly than most investors.
Goodyear pilot Jerry Hissem talks about what it's like to fly the iconic blimp around the U.S.
Christine Todd Whitman says there are valid environmental concerns with the Keystone XL pipeline but thinks it'll ultimately be built.
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%.
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.'
CEO David Steiner talks about why union membership has dropped 10 percent inside his company.
John Feal started the FealGood Foundation to fight for recovery workers and has raised more than $400,000.
Coupons.com CEO Steven Boal says being able to digitally clip coupons has helped the company avoid tough times as newspaper sales plummet.
The author of 'Good to Great', shares his top picks if he were launching a company today.
Poppy Harlow interviews Warren Buffett, his son Howard, and his grandson Howard W. about going to public school and learning from the Oracle of Omaha.
Despite the surging stock market bringing balances to record highs, the average Fidelity 401(k) account has less than $100,000 in it. That's just not enough.
Watch how Hammond's Candies has been handmaking candy canes for the last 93 years.
Google is releasing a new look for Glass with four new frame offerings that can be filled with prescription lenses.
Jarden CFO Ian Ashken says that 'product innovation and the weather' are the two biggest drivers of hot sales trends for the company.
Safira combines the technical capabilities of a commercial exploration vessel with green technologies and the luxuries of a super yacht.
Money manager Stephen Leed says companies building off-campus housing defy the troubles in the residential housing market.
From alligator-skin toilet covers to gem-encrusted tables, the ultra-rich spend millions on their private jet interiors.
Need a strong guy to move your stuff? Veterans work together to create a moving company in New York City.
The stock market goes up as jobs are being cut. That's because it's a bottom line recovery. Christine Romans explains.
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.
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.
Twice a year Ferrari runs its Corsa Pilota on Ice program in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. For a price of $11k per person Ferrari owners get lux accommodations, gourmet dinners and private training on an ice track.