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Apple has launched its second new repair program in one week, this time for "a very small number" of iPhone 6S models.
On the campaign trial, Donald Trump attacked Amazon for paying too little taxes, but politically he can't do much.
OPEC member countries are coming around to the idea of a November agreement, RBC strategist Helima Croft says.
President-elect Trump rallied the working class, but he's campaigning for a benefit favoring mostly the super-rich: killing the estate tax.
The Epi-Pill offers another way to combat allergic reactions at a stable price, but it also presents a new set of challenges.
Your holiday conifer doesn't have to be bare and brittle by the end of December. Here's how you can make it last.
A CEO who started with $345 and turned it into a $30 million sale explains how his bootstrapping approach turned his company to gold.
Food fraud is a growing problem. The best case? You pay for something you didn’t get. The worst case? You can get sick or die.
With Hillary Clinton no longer a presumptive U.S. president, the Clinton Foundation may face some fallow years, experts say.
In exchange for details about your health, companies offer employees incentives. But it's not always a fair trade, experts tell CNBC.
Regardless of the economy, well-heeled shoppers will still be on the hunt for the perfect holiday gifts for their loved ones.
Chances of a financial crisis repeat are still much too high, Neel Kashkari tells CNBC.
Entrepreneurs from over 100 countries are vying for awards at the Startup Open this week. Here are the finalists being eyed by investors.
A man's dog ate $250 in cash, but much to the fellow's relief, he learned the government will replace damaged or mutilated currency.
Stocks have surged since Donald Trump's victory, but options trader Andrew Keene is looking to fade the move.
Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld go for a ride in a vintage 1958 Speedster.
Americans can thank a drop in the price of turkey and general food deflation for bringing down the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner this year.
The host explains why the auto industry stumbled in the 1980s.
President-elect Trump's economic plan will only benefit a small group of companies, Democrat Larry Summers says.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman says "sure we've had some conversations" with the Trump team for the secretary of state job.