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Thanks to facial recognition technology and biometric data sensors, brands are using your emotions to make ads.
A look at 10 reasons the Internal Revenue Service decides to audit taxpayers, from clerical errors to undeclared foreign income.
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Honeywell is developing surveillance equipment to be worn by a dog, for use in dangerous or confined spaces such as tunnels or collapsed buildings.
More than five years after it set out to reduce waste at its breweries, MillerCoors said its breweries do not use landfills.
CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow explains why he decided not to run for Senate despite being urged by Republicans.
A smartphone costing just about one percent of the price of Apple's iPhone has been unleashed on the Indian market.
Yahoo will host the first-ever live-stream of the annual shareholders meeting of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
Millennials are the biggest fans of high-deductible plans but put the least amount of money into health-savings accounts.
Market Force's annual satisfaction report features new retailers in the top spots, with major department stores like Dillard's falling off the list.
Actor Lyle Waggoner of "Carol Burnett Show" fame has built an empire of building trailers for Hollywood TV and movie sets.
Amid worries that start-up funding is drying up, budding businesses need to prove to investors that they're built to last.
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