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eHarmony still uses an extensive questionnaire with 150 questions to match single men and women for the long term.
Le Tote wants to make runway fashions more accessible to everyday shoppers.
Just as the Northeast finishes digging out of this week's major snowstorm, another blizzard system looms on the horizon, NBC News reports.
Prices on new car models could go up in a Trump trade war with Mexico. Should consumers rush to buy now?
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The long-time New York Post writer compared Inauguration Day to searing tragedies in American history, Vocativ reports.
CNBC's Mike Santoli discusses Sears as it soars on the announcement of its cost-saving restructuring program.
"The risk reward is fantastic."
Do-it-yourself drink kit services deliver the necessary ingredients for a delicious, professional-grade cocktail right to your door.
One California-based startup offers up bouquets of kale — yes, kale — USA Today reports.
It's a new, previously unheard of artificial intelligence startup called Argo AI, The Verge reports.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, discusses Sears' plan to cut costs by one-billion dollars.
Meet Gita, a cargo-carrying robot designed by Piaggio Fast Forward and made to be user-friendly.
The 8-week series will available in the U.S., UK, Canada and Australia.
Larry McDonald, ACG Analytics, shares his big bet on retail.
The shoe retailer reported revenue of $764.3 million, while a consensus of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected $723.7 million.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses why he's worred about Sears' future.
Payless may consider filing for bankruptcy if it is unable to reach a deal with creditors, Bloomberg reports.