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A 105-year-old Hudson River tunnel underscores how funding for capital improvements has been starved for years.
In the fast-food fight for customer spending, the restaurant giant is struggling.
Durham, North Carolina is teeming with startups and local small businesses, undergoing an entrepreneurial revival in recent years.
It's the Windows you know, only better. That is how Microsoft describes its new operating system, which officially launched Wednesday.
Treasure hunters have found a trove of 300-year-old gold coins off the coast of Florida worth more than $1 million, NBC affiliate WESH reported.
A majority on Wall Street see the first rate hike in nine years coming in September, but it's a dwindling majority, according to a CNBC Fed survey
As the Fed heads to their meeting, former Richmond Fed President Al Broaddus tells CNBC a September or December rate hike is a "very close call."
The ripple effects from China's market drama is being felt far and wide. Among the hardest hit: emerging markets currencies.
Some of the recent speculation about where rates are going seems to have gotten at least a bit overdone.
The Commerce Secretary and head of the Export-Important Bank urge Congress to put U.S. businesses first and reauthorize the bank.
Greg Foran and Brian Cornell mark their one-year anniversaries at Walmart U.S. and Target next month.
Mike Tyson is part of a new venture to bring bitcoin ATMs to Las Vegas.
Bullish just a few weeks ago, investors in U.S. stocks should be at best "neutral," market watcher Dennis Gartman tells CNBC.
It's never too early or too late to save for retirement. Here's a decade-by-decade checklist of investment to-dos to keep you on track.
Donald Trump is red hot now, but he will need to watch out, Politico's Ben White says.
The VIX has suddenly snapped back, and one trader says the rise in volatility is just getting started.
Disney chief Bob Iger says ESPN could be eventually sold directly to consumers. He also talked China, technology and "Star Wars."
While they aren't billionaires yet, these eight entrepreneurs age 18 and younger are making a name for themselves and some serious cash.
Consumers are stocking up on back-to-school essentials throughout the year, and shifting their view as to what constitutes a school item.
With prices for top vintages soaring, wealthy collectors are using wine as leverage — raising cash to invest and create more wealth.