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One former policymaker-turned-bank chairman told CNBC that the U.S's recent positive economic data showed a rate hike was due.
This is the beginning of an exciting adventure for human space exploration, retired astronaut Eileen Collins says.
The legal profession faces a "war for talent" as law firms battle to hire the best staff in the U.K., according to the CEO of the first British legal company to list in London.
Recruiting a greater proportion of women onto boards may lead to more stable banking institutions, a new report from the IMF suggests.
"The areas that are strong in the economy are very rate sensitive," Jim Cramer explains.
General Electric is planning to move 500 jobs overseas, citing the Export-Import Bank expiration.
China's stock market plunge and weak data have fanned concerns about the world's second largest economy. But not everyone is convinced.
Social media platform Twitter's main website was experiencing technical difficulties on Monday afternoon.
If the Fed raises rates, it will lead to widespread short-covering in the region, JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat says.
If the central bank makes a mistake and moves too fast to raise rates, it could prove fatal to the Democratic nominee, Politico's Ben White says.
October is the worst time of year to ask for time off, with more than 1 in 87 requested hours rejected, according to data from Replicon.
"Starting here is going to give us the passport to take our solution to many other markets," Symphony Communications Services CEO David Gurle said.
Online craft site, Etsy, has unveiled "Etsy Manufacturing": a new service which hopes to connect designers with manufacturers more efficiently.
Thew mix-up occurred just days after the airline started to fly Airbus A321 planes along that route, The Washington Post reports.
Microsoft appointed its general counsel, Brad Smith, as the company's president and chief legal officer.
Greece faces many challenges in implementing its third bailout program, and not all finance ministers agree another bailout is the best solution.
Chinese authorities have adequately reassured markets after devaluing the yuan nearly 2 percent, Geraldine Matchette tells CNBC.
GE seeks to sell its asset management arm to an investment management firm, as it continues to make moves to focus on its industrial products.
Research shows that a pro football team's on-field performance affects the stock returns of their stadium's corporate sponsor.
"It used to be easy for everyone in China because it was a macro story ... now it's a micro story," Immelt said.