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  • NEW YORK— NBC, which is increasingly owning the summer months, reached an historic 21 nights in a row as the nation's most popular television network before having its winning streak snapped. The dominance of the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was the chief reason why, but NBC kept it going until last Friday when CBS won with an NFL exhibition game between...

  • Bonin Bough

    Many business owners are shortsighted when it comes to the growth of their companies, says Bonin Bough.

  • WASHINGTON— U.S. home prices rose modestly in June, pushed up by strong sales and a limited supply of available properties. In Northeastern cities such as New York and Washington, D.C., they are rising at roughly the rate of inflation, and in Boston, less than 5 percent. They rose 12.6 percent in Portland, 11 percent in Seattle, and 9.2 percent in Denver.

  • Inside Cleveland's hustle

    Cleveland is a city reinventing itself, and the small business community there is working hard to develop a reputation as one of the stronger startup regions in the country.

  • NEW YORK, Aug 29- Zhongwang USA LLC, backed by Chinese aluminum magnate Liu Zhongtian, said on Monday it would buy U.S. aluminum company Aleris Corp in a bet by the billionaire that the nascent U.S. automotive aluminum sector will be the industry's next big growth market. The $2.33 billion deal comes as Liu and Zhongwang International Group Ltd, the parent of...

  • Aug 29- Zhongwang USA LLC, a division of China's Zhongwang International Group Ltd., said on Monday it would buy U.S.-based aluminum rolled products maker Aleris Corp from a fund group in a $2.33 billion deal. Zhongwang International is also the parent of China Zhongwang Holdings Ltd, the world's second-largest producer of aluminum extrusions.

  • CLEVELAND— A set of 16 postcards from civil rights activist Malcolm X to a woman in Cleveland has been sold at auction for more than $56,000. Nate D. Sanders Auctions says the handwritten cards from 1957, 1958 and 1964 went for $56,426.25 in Los Angeles last week. She was the sister of Maceo X Owens, secretary at a Muhammad's Temple of Islam in New York where Malcolm X...

  • Cleveland Rocks

    No longer the “Mistake By The Lake,” Cleveland is shining in the national spotlight. Coming off the Republican National Convention and following the Cavaliers NBA championship, business is booming here. The Kauffman Foundation ranks the city 12th in small business growth. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to Ohio to see how Cleveland’s revitalization is shaping up.

  • Cleveland Hustles | Next Episode:

    Successful Cleveland restaurateur, Jonathan Sawyer, must choose between Akron Honey & Fount. With only 72 hours to convince Jonathan, who will be the top earner? Cleveland Hustles Wednesdays at 10p ET/PT , Only on CNBC - GET YOURS!

  • Dan Herbst and Geoff Hardman, owners of Cleveland Bagel Company, make their pitch to investors in the premier episode of “Cleveland Hustles"

    The founders of Cleveland Bagel Co. prove to "Cleveland Hustles" investor Alan Glazen that they know how to hustle.

  • Diversifying Cleveland's portfolio

    Cleveland, Ohio is investing $10 million towards women and minorities in tech start-ups to help with the city's revitilization. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the JumpStart Focus Fund.

  • Cleveland hustle: Why Cleveland?

    CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at the revitalization of Cleveland in recent years, ranking number 12 nationally for main street business.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 22- The U.S. So far three other Fed policymakers, New York's William Dudley, Cleveland's Loretta Mester and Boston's Eric Rosengren, are also scheduled to show up. A Fed spokesman said Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard from the Washington- based Board of Governors also plans to attend the meeting.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 22- The U.S. So far three other Fed policymakers, New York's William Dudley, Cleveland's Loretta Mester and Boston's Eric Rosengren, are also scheduled to attend. A Fed spokesman had no immediate comment on whether any members of the Fed's Washington- based Board of Governors would also attend the meeting.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 22- The U.S. So far three other Fed policymakers, New York's William Dudley, Cleveland's Loretta Mester and Boston's Eric Rosengren, are also scheduled to attend. A Fed spokesman had no immediate comment on whether any members of the Fed's Washington- based Board of Governors would also attend the meeting.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 22- The U.S. So far three other Fed policymakers, New York's William Dudley, Cleveland's Loretta Mester and Boston's Eric Rosengren, are also scheduled to attend. A Fed spokesman had no immediate comment on whether any members of the Fed's Washington- based Board of Governors would also attend the meeting.

  • TOLEDO, Ohio— Ohio's toll road, a heavily traveled connector between the East Coast and Chicago, is moving closer to allowing the testing of self-driving vehicles. Much of the testing, up to now, has been in California along with a handful of Western U.S. states and on closed courses, such as one operated by the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

  • *Major U.S. indexes close at record highs. NEW YORK, Aug 11- Stocks in the United States and Europe raced higher on Thursday helped by encouraging corporate reports and a 4 percent surge in oil prices on comments from the Saudi oil minister and a forecast for a tighter crude market. "Energy is such a common denominator for all economies that the sort of move that we're...

  • LeBron James

    In the #PitchLeBronContest, small-business owners can win an endorsement from the basketball icon.

  • AT&T, the Dallas- based telecommunications giant, allowed "scammers to charge customers approximately $9 per month for a sham directory assistance service," the FCC said. The settlement includes $6.8 million in refunds and a $950,000 federal fine, the FCC said. AT&T said in a statement it has "implemented strict requirements on third parties submitting charges...