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ADP said private employers in the U.S. added 257,000 jobs in December, well above the expected 192,000.
The Fed paid it forward to juice the economy and the market. It may be payback time for stocks, says former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher.
Apple spent so many years as the darling of Wall Street that its recent slide is puzzling, especially as other tech giants rally.
Prominent investor Martin Sass is taking a cautious investment stance after being bullish for most of the market run since 2009.
North Korea claims it detonated a hydrogen bomb in a test, a move condemned by the U.S., Britain, Japan and even China.
Dust off those résumés, job seekers. January 6 is the busiest day of the year to look for a new gig.
The Fed vice chairman also said North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb has increased uncertainty.
The world’s largest blue star sapphire has been unearthed in a Sri Lankan mine, gem experts have claimed.
"Not losing money is better than being invested," warns this onetime-bullish stock watcher.
The masked militant in an Islamic State video showing the killing of five men is believed to be a Londoner who once sold inflatable bouncy castles.
Obama says his executive order is consistent with the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
The average apartment price in Manhattan hit a record $1.95 million in 4Q, as high-end real estate continued to defy volatile stock markets.
Former boxing champ Mike Tyson is lending his face to a “wallet” for the digital currency bitcoin.
Global markets started 2016 on a down note. But let's not forget — 2015 was a strong year for select group of international markets.
Women comprise half of the workforce, but they will be under-represented on corporate boards for the next 40 years, based on a study.
Will a new Trump ad reverse his second-place status in Iowa and prevent a possibly crippling loss? Politico's Ben White reports.
Inter-car communication will change how we drive and how our cars and trucks handle situations that often lead to crashes and deadly accidents.
Inspired by a new availability of data and tools, economists and scientists are trying to figure out what will blunt the temptation to cheat on taxes.
With 2015 over, which stocks are blue chips for the future? Investors tell CNBC which stocks to buy and hold for the next 50 years.
CNBC pays tribute to the business, sports, entertainment and political icons we'll miss heading into 2016.