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YouTube star Lilly Singh discusses the growing platforms for online content and how it impacts social media.
A confirmed case of norovirus has been tied to Buffalo Wild Wings, CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
Ovation Brands has abruptly shuttered almost a quarter of its restaurants as part of a national restructuring plan.
Due to a quirk in auction locations and currency exchange rates, the title for the most expensive car ever auctioned is in dispute.
The fast food restaurant is unveiling an undisclosed product during this year's big game. Can it build buzz this way?
The head of a top Brazilian health research institute says its scientists have discovered the Zika virus in urine and saliva.
Bridgestone-Firestone recalled 36,000 truck tires after an "unusual" number of warranty returns.
It has bought a 30-second spot just before kickoff of Sunday's Super Bowl, according to USA Today.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports an update on the Zika virus.
The cost of President Obama's $10 oil tax proposal would likely be passed along to consumers, analysts told USA Today.
New York Times columnist Jim Stewart weighs in on strong earnings from Comcast, after the company posted better-than-expected Q4 revenue driven by growth its media and entertainment unit NBCUniversal; and the dilemma at Viacom.
The mega-retailer hopes to use gas stations to drive traffic and sales.
J.C. Penney said it is pursuing the potential sale and partial leaseback of its headquarters building in Plano, Texas in an effort to cut costs.
A dramatic decline in Russian travel has left former vacation hotspots like Turkey and Egypt hard hit, but outbound may be about to recover.
For food franchises like Wing Zone in Long Island, the Super Bowl is a big weekend for chicken wing sales.
The sports retailer seeks a reorganization deal with lenders.
Jonathan Segal, CEO of The ONE Group, discusses his company, which offers "experience-driven dining", and says business conditions are tougher today.
CNBC's Managing Asia speaks with the business founders of Luxe Nomad and 99.co.
Luxe Nomad's Stephanie Chai tells CNBC why she left the entertainment and modelling industry to become an entrepreneur.
The Chinese economy may be slowing but that's not stopping a record number of tourists from traveling over Lunar New Year.