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With retailers scratching their heads about the health of the consumer, many are taking a cautious approach to their holiday orders.
Google's investments have been so widespread that the giant company sometimes finds itself at odds with its own investments.
More than 1 in 5 of the world's 1.9 billion smartphone users are blocking ads when browsing the web on their devices.
Injecting a radio-frequency ID chip into your body to open doors and log onto computers is a growing trend — and hackers are honing in.
Oil broke above the key $50 level this week for the first time since October 2015. Strategas Research's top analyst says don’t chase the rally.
LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.
Consumers are embracing mobile shopping, which is creating more competition for traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
Workers in Sweden are proving that a shortened workday may actually be more productive. That may not work in the U.S., says Annie Perrin.
Ed Yardeni, who has been ranked among the country's best economic forecasters, says stocks will be 10 percent higher by next year.
Stuart Sutley is on a mission to help his fellow veterans achieve their business dreams.
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center estimates how much above average temperatures are going to be over historical summers.
Univision is adding more English programming to reach Hispanic millennials. That also opens it up for business with mainstream America.
A gene therapy from Spark Therapeutics is offering patients with a rare genetic retinal disease that causes blindness some hope.
New medicines are increasingly targeting the genetic drivers of disease. But what if medicine could go further and correct the genetic defect itself?
Silicon Valley's glitterati are flying south for the third annual Code Conference 2016. What to expect this year.
After new and existing home sales surged to their highest levels in years during April, traders are looking for opportunities in housing stocks.
Thousands of offerings, from cardio to core, back to butt, are now in demand and on-demand, streaming through smart TVs, tablets and laptops.
The nation's largest lender, Wells Fargo, is offering a new mortgage with a 3 percent down payment requirement. What gives?
Big tax bills can crimp retirement more than you expect. These moves should help.
Consumers who apply for a new mortgage are also more likely to open a new credit card and buy a car within the year.