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Frank Sinatra didn't make it to 100, but the business of Frank Sinatra is still going strong.
A solid majority of Americans opposes Donald Trump's plan to halt entry of Muslims into the U.S., a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll said.
Middle-class Americans are now outnumbered by those above and below them and are "falling behind financially," according to new analysis.
Flipagram said Thursday that it's expanding the length of those stories to 60 seconds, the longest for a social mobile app.
A new study by LoyaltyOne consulting firm found that 18 percent of U.S. adults would go shopping on Christmas Day.
Minneapolis housing would usually be in a freeze by now, but buyers signed nearly 16 percent more contracts to buy homes in November vs. last year.
As shopping moves from physical stores to mobile phones, retailers are turning to music to keep consumers engaged.
Wal-Mart is rolling out a new mobile payment solution that enables shoppers to check out via a quick three-step process.
Talking to children about giving is the most effective way to encourage philanthropy. Here are some ways your child can make an impact.
A $199 service from health company 23andMe gives individuals data from ancestry to risks of carrying a genetic condition.
Some say gun maker Remington's landmark legal settlement could still leave millions of defective rifles in the public’s hands.
About 3.5 million people could pay less for health insurance than what the fine for being uninsured would cost.
Smartphones could be obsolete in five years' time, according to consumers polled in a new survey.
The blend of macro forces driving commodities lower makes it unlikely the sector will recover for months to come.
The dramatic plunge in crude oil prices seems to be seeping into the broader market as the close of the year approaches, market participants say.
Americans heading to the malls this holiday season are less optimistic on the economy than they were a year ago and it could depress their spending.
IAC moves About.com, Dictionary.com, Investopedia and The Daily Beast into their own group in order to prepare for digital advertising boom.
Health officials confirmed a food-borne illness outbreak at a Boston-area Chipotle is norovirus.
About 1 million of the more than 2.8 million sign-ups so far have come from new customers.
Crisis PR professionals have some harsh words for Chipotle for its handling of outbreaks of E. coli and norovirus.