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BP says a malfunction at its Whiting refinery in Indiana let crude oil into Lake Michigan, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Taxicab companies across the country are asking why the new rideshare drivers aren't required to play by the same rules.
Few who have followed the Caribbean island's financial troubles doubt that a massive restructuring is in its future.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Jane Ridley, Standard & Poor's analyst, discuss differences and similarities between the finances of the "windy city," versus the "motor city."
Boeing has begun offering a specialized phone aimed at government agencies and contractors who need to keep communication and data secure.
Cyber criminals have infected hundreds of thousands of computers with a virus called 'Pony' to steal bitcoins and other digital currencies.
Dallas, Seattle and other cities are connecting their airports to downtown by rail in hopes of easing headaches and attracting more business.
Tyson Foods said it expects pork supplies to drop 2-4 percent this fiscal year, raising wholesale prices, as a pig virus spreads.
Investors are jumping back into the real estate market and reaping big payoffs in distressed properties, home rentals and multi-apartment dwellings.
Nearly 3,000 properties were on the block at the year's first big foreclosure auction in Atlanta as buyers look for bargains to rehab, flip or rent.
Michael Jordan is king when it comes to selling most products, but when it comes to selling his own house, Air Jordan is coming up short.
Costly pensions are being blamed for the financial bind hitting U.S. cities. But bad management played a bigger role, says a new report.
Goldman Sachs may be one of the last firms standing as a rocky romance between Wall Street and raw material markets turns sour.
The use of eminent domain to halt foreclosures is still only a threat, and rather than helping the housing market, it may cause damage.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports that the Chicago, public pension problem is among the worst in the nation.
No city has as serious a pension issue as Chicago, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn. Nationwide, the municipal pension debt ranges from $800 billion-$4 trillion, he adds.
Entrepreneurial activity is bubbling up around the globe—from Africa to South America—as more governments look for avenues of economic growth.
New York's new 1 World Trade Center, built on the site of the 9/11 attacks, surpasses Chicago's Willis Tower as the tallest building in the U.S.
NBC's John Yang reports Chicago's downgrade crisis is due to underfunded pension plans.
Fitch has downgraded $8.5 billion in Chicago bonds. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the downgrade comes a day after the Illinois Legislature adjourned without dealing with a $100 billion crisis statewide.