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A look at a classic technical indicator and what it means for the markets, with technician Louise Yamada CNBC's Bertha Coombs and the Futures Now Traders.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's driving today's trading action, including a move up in bond yields and a turnaround in transports.
On Friday, Blatter—who has led soccer's governing body since 1998—won re-election as president amid an ongoing corruption probe.
The stock market could learn a lot from Swan, Ajax and the rest of the gang from the 1979 cult favorite "The Warriors."
Don't be the first to pass on higher costs, says diner owner Andrew Loucas.
Disney unveils "Playmation," a high-tech toy that brings motion-sensor technology, Bluetooth and cloud connectivity to children's play.
Through international turmoil, retailers are staying the course in expanding their brands overseas.
In a relatively a rare move for Chipotle Mexican Grill, Chipotle began testing a new menu item Tuesday.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he will resign, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
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A widely-followed measure of the U.S. economy may show a bigger recovery is ahead.
Cowen and Co.'s David Seaburg warns that the recent rally in the Chinese stock market could be too hot to touch.
Wall Street firms have sought to change work policies for young bankers as Silicon Valley competition grows, the NYT reports.
Fast food customers know sometimes the drive-thru just isn't that speedy. Some McDonald's are guaranteeing that won't be the case.
Some of the most recognizable American food and beverage brands have fallen out of favor with U.S. consumers, while smaller brands are gaining favor.
The stock market will drop 10 percent at some point during the next five months, according to one Wall Street firm.
Asia is the best bet for emerging markets for the next six months says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports H&R Block is using Oculus as a research tool.
Martin O'Malley's past centrist views and Wall Street hobnobbing may make it especially challenging for him, Politico's Ben White says.