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Bloomberg's trading terminal experienced a prolonged outage on Friday morning, resulting in a treasury auction in the U.K. being postponed.
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The European Union's antitrust suit against Google is not the first. The euro zone has a history of going after big American tech firms.
The space race might have started in the mid-1950s, but it’s not over yet, says British astronaut Timothy Peake.
As the 21st century's biggest fight looms, boxing's biggest stars face some unique challenges in a new era for the sport.
Who comes after Google and Facebook? That's what marketers are trying to determine as ad dollars move to the web and mobile.
The wealth gap is widening among America's colleges and universities.
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI explains why the recent breakout in crude could set the stage for a rally to $65.
Your premium doesn't go up as often after a ticket as you might think, a study finds.
Wealthier drivers report getting more traffic tickets, but they don't report having their insurance premiums increased afterward.
Graduates from the plethora of Philadelphia colleges could boost a reviving housing market in the city.
Rural thieves in bone-dry California are sacking water pumps and irrigation lines for copper, putting further pressure on farmers.
The film industry often tries to redo what has worked in the past, but the concept of making old films new again has taken a downward turn.
Six months ago, a year-old messaging app called Slack lit up the tech blogs when it raised money at a $1.2 billion valuation. Try $2.8 billion
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings’ stake in the company he founded now tops $1 billion, making his rise, fall and rise again one of the most dramatic wealth stories of our time.
Even McDonald's franchisees are not 'lovin' it, according to a new survey from Janney Capital Markets.
The IRS' 400 Club is made up of those taxpayers who made more than $140 million.
You've probably never heard of the VXV/VIX ratio. But it may be telling us something very troubling about the market.
A federal judge in Kansas City has given preliminary approval to a class action settlement involving millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles.
As he winds down his career, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid sits down with CNBC's John Harwood to rip critics, talk of 2016 and his own plans.