Former CEO and his company's investigations of misconduct allegations loom large over latest shareholder gathering
Lawmakers in the U.K. investigating Facebook's data privacy have released some internal company emails. CNET executive editor Ian Sherr joined CBSN to discuss the latest revelations
An explosive new report put together by lawyers for CBS accuses the company's former CEO, Les Moonves, of misleading investigators and destroying evidence. The report is expected to be presented to the CBS board next week
Reuters reports that Chinese hackers may have been behind the massive data at hotel chain Marriott. Sources said investigators found hacking tools, techniques and procedures previously used by Chinese hackers
Hotel chain is investigating an unauthorized access of its Starwood reservations system that may have put information from 500 million guests at risk. The affected data includes customers' addresses, dates of birth, and passport numbers
The drugmaker is expanding a nationwide recall of some blood pressure medications. because they may contain trace amounts of a chemical linked to cancer. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula explains
General Motors faces criticism over a plan to cut thousands of jobs, even though it's profitable. GM CEO Mary Barra said the move gives the company flexibility to invest in the future
Attorney Linda Smith, dubbed the "meanest woman alive," tells female employees to stop "playing by the 'male' playbook"
Democrat or Republican, voters said health care topped their list of concerns in the midterm elections
Nearly a quarter of employees offered paid package to leave the telecom giant are voluntarily heading for the exit
"60 Minutes" had been allowed to operate independently, which allowed the inappropriate conduct to continue unchecked, according to the report
The tech giant's top executive is expected to be grilled by lawmakers on Tuesday over privacy concerns and accusations of political bias
Millions living on the edge might be most attracted to a job guarantee, which could radically shift labor markets
The bronze girl — a message of female empowerment — is now installed in her permanent location
Google is pulling the plug on its ill-fated social network in April, five months sooner than originally planned
Prime Minister Theresa May knows her proposal is facing overwhelming defeat in Parliament, but could spooked investors galvanize support?
Tweets touting travel to the Southeast Asian country draw criticism for ignoring plight of persecuted minority group
Ruling follows claim by chipmaker Qualcomm that Apple is infringing on some of its technology patents
Volatility high not just week to week but also minute to minute, as Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all swing to positive from negative
The $7,500 consumer incentive is crucial for the carmaker's electric vehicle sales, and it's fighting hard to save it
Prosecutors charge that in total some $80 million in compensation is involved in the alleged scheme
The average household needs a year to pay off its plastic, but some Americans are struggling more than others
Former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke and former Treasury Secretaries Tim Geithner and Hank Paulson talk about the new documentary, "Panic: The Untold Story of the 2008 Financial Crisis"
China called Meng Wanzhou's detention "unreasonable, unconscionable, and vile in nature"
Meng, the daughter of Huawei's founder, rose through the ranks at the Chinese telecom giant
The tech giant's CFO allegedly used a shell company to do business in Iran, skirting U.S. sanctions
Sandoz Inc. plans to start selling its generic version early next year
Financial markets are tumbling despite the U.S. economy continuing to perform well -- here's why