Inside Facebook's new eco-friendly building CNBC's Julia Boorstin goes inside Facebook's newly opened, eco-friendly headquarters, which features a nine acre green roof, half-mile walking loop and 400 full-grown trees.
Inside Facebook's futuristic new building With Facebook growing its ranks 48 percent to top 10,000 employees, Mark Zukerberg needed a new building. CNBC takes an inside look at the new office.
| By: Julia Boorstin
HFT is not the problem: Jack Bouroudjian Janet Yellen just added fuel to the fire that HFT is to blame for all the ill in the market. Trader Jack Boroudjian says that's just wrong.
| By: Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Index Futures Group
Inside Facebook's new digs CNBC's Julia Boorstin goes inside Facebook's newly opened, eco-friendly headquarters, which features a nine acre green roof, half-mile walking loop and 400 full-grown trees.
Tuk-tuk taxi maker aims to make inroads in US DENVER- They're ubiquitous in Asia, swarming the bustling streets of Bangkok, New Delhi and Beijing. The Tuk Tuk Factory, based in Amsterdam, has signed a licensing agreement with Denver- based eTuk USA to allow the company to manufacture and sell an electric version of the vehicle. The three partners' other company, eTuk Denver, launched a call-and-demand shuttle...
Source: The Associated Press
Luxury gym for C-suite execs coming to Singapore From 'nightclub' to eco-friendly gyms, there's been no shortage of niche work-out clubs muscling into the space in recent years. The latest entrant: a five-star fitness club for C-suite executives.
| By: Ansuya Harjani
Chill sweeps over Malaysia IPOs as market turns hostile The stalling of Malaysia's once-inspired IPO market is threatening to turn into a slump, weighed by a worsening economic outlook, currency volatility and dismal performances by some of last year's biggest debutantes.
Vertex drug faces big test Vertex Pharmaceuticals shares are halted as a panel of advisors to the FDA review the company's experiment treatment for Cystic Fibrosis. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports.
CORRECTED-U.S. offers over $35 mln for hard-hit coal communities PIKEVILLE, Kentucky, May 12- The United States has released $35.5 million to help communities hit hard by the decline in coal mining to diversify their economies and retrain displaced miners, U.S. Perez announced the move at the Shaping our Appalachian Region summit in eastern Kentucky, a region hard hit by the downturn in the U.S. coal industry.
| By: Valerie Volcovici