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NBC's Grant Johnson provides a look at weather across the nation as travelers prepare to return from the holiday season.
A proposed Uber Travel app could soon let users automatically hail a ride as their plane hits the tarmac.
E. coli outbreaks at multiple Chipotle restaurants sent shares tumbling in 2015, while all-day breakfast revived McDonald's, CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
Spring is expected to get off to an unusually cool start across much of the country, which could deliver another blow to apparel retailers.
FMHR trader made a bearish call on Weight Watchers previously, and provides an update on the trade after the new advertisement with Oprah.
The winners and the losers in the media space, with the FMHR traders.
Here's how the GOP could win the 2016 election or how it could end up handing the Democrats another victory, GOP strategists say.
Some people wait until the last minute to book a hotel for New Year's Eve. Hotel Tonight CEO Sam Shank, discusses the availability and the deal strategy for customers.
A former NASCAR driver just broke an 81-year-old speed record on a modified 1952 tractor.
How did Brian Sullivan do on his 2015 prediction report card?
From "Deflategate" to the first Triple Crown in 37 years, sports generated some of the most memorable story lines in 2015.
CVS, Chevron, and J&J are among Michael Farr's top 10 stock picks for 2016. Here's why those and seven others made the list.
Zuckerberg, Page, and Bezos are just a few CEOs who made billions this year, reports USA Today.
James Hardiman, Wedbush Securities analyst, provides his outlook on cruise operators, as the sector reaches multi-year highs in 2015.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan provides one last look at the world's largest toy store which is shutting its doors today.
Christmas may be over, but it's not too late to get your hands on this year's hottest Vladimir Putin-themed gifts. The Global Post reports.
The Amazon CEO hopes to produce 16 films per year.
It's been a record-breaking, $11 billion year at the movies.
Sidecar, rival to Uber and Lyft, said on Tuesday it would cease operations at the end of the month.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports China's car market is struggling despite years of double-digit growth.