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The recall affects Quattroporte and Ghibli vehicles that were manufactured between February 1, 2013, and November 30, 2015,
Ryan won't accept the GOP presidential nomination, his spokeswoman said a day after he declined to rule out such a move.
With so much global uncertainty, Lockheed Martin, the nation's largest defense company, is trying to play both defense and offense.
Dreams of lengthy cruises and beach life may be just that, with 20 of the world’s biggest countries facing a pension shortfall worth $78 trillion, Citi said in a report sent on Wednesday.
Tuesday's primaries left mainstream GOPers with hope that Donald Trump could still be stopped.
Seven finalists in the "Smart City Challenge," a competition to generate high-tech innovation, were unveiled at the SXSW Interactive Festival.
A key group has tried to make sense of the Fed, but uncertainty is keeping it on pins and needles.
Storks are forgoing their annual migration in favor of spending their winters picking through the landfills of Spain and Portugal.
Two-thirds of retirement-plan participants fear outliving their savings, but three easy steps can restack the odds in their favor.
Nearly all economists, fund managers and strategists surveyed by CNBC see the Fed raising rates in June, if not earlier.
From a two-continent joy ride to racing a $52 million Ferrari uninsured, here are eight ways to drive like a millionaire.
"Negative interest rates represent a genie that should be put back in the bottle."
Presidential candidates may talk about combating high drug prices, but Express Scripts' Dr. Steve Miller says it takes more than talk to make it work.
Market watcher Dennis Gartman explains why crude at $37 per barrel means economic nirvana.
Donald Trump last week on CNBC called Club for Growth "extortionists." The free-enterprise advocacy group now responds.
Many have been left scratching their heads as to why Russia and its leader, President Vladimir Putin, are suddenly leaving Syria.
ACT-1 Group founder and CEO Janice Bryant Howroyd reveals her advice for young entrepreneurs in today's society.
No IT staff? No problem. Here's how are mobile leaders are turning their phone into their business' workhorse.
Venture investors are paying up to 40 percent less for software start-ups than they were a year ago, according to this VC.
Some NCAA broadcasters believe that you should only be allowed to fill out one March Madness bracket. Others go a lot farther.