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Evidence of 'hydrated minerals' on Mars, according to a study published today from Georgia Tech University and NASA.
Why Apple CEO Tim Cook expects some consumers will never buy a desktop or laptop computer.
Thanks to advances in data technology, more traditional banks may partner with peer-to-peer lenders, making it easier to get an online loan.
Risks related to everything from climate change to terrorism can destabilize our world at any time. Here's a look at top concerns.
Comcast is buying a majority stake in theme park operator Universal Studios' Japanese arm for $1.5 billion.
Known more for its maple syrup, Canada is seeing another export—its fries—gain popularity in the U.S.
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI sees 3 catchup trades to make money during these volatile times.
Attracting attention from a large strategic like Coke is difficult. But juice company Suja did—and just secured a $90M deal. Here's how.
Pope Francis is neither an economist or a policymaker, but one analyst told CNBC the pontiff can speak to 'what's working.'
October may bring a partial government shutdown, which could hit the more than 400 U.S. parks and sites that draw millions each year.
Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush shares with CNBC's John Harwood his views on tax reform, his brother's legacy and the country's racial divide.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Priv, an Android with a slide-out keyboard, is all about one word: privacy.
"To say that you're not going to engage in an act of war in peacetime seems a little odd," one analyst said of a hinted deal.
The holiday season shouldn't cause retailers to hit the panic button—but it also doesn't signal robust growth.
NASA scientists say the technology Matt Damon uses to stay alive in 'The Martian' is possible and, in some cases, real.
The net economic benefits of large public events like this week's visit by Pope Francis are often overstated.
Target-date funds are increasingly popular in 401(k) plans, but financial advisors say they aren't always the best fit for every investor.
Eight years, a job departure and one whistleblower later, the cerebral card game is again foisting notoriety on Jimmy Cayne.
Buybacks have started to slide, which could be a concern for the market. Is Fed fear to blame?
Long Fed foe Peter Schiff took a victory lap days after Fed chair Janet Yellen announced she would leave interest rates unchanged.