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The SEC announced fraud charges against former NFL player Will Allen and a business partner, accusing them of operating a $31 million Ponzi scheme.
Fast food giant McDonald's is betting on premium burgers and launching new sirloin burgers made with 100 percent sirloin.
D Pet Hotels, in Hollywood and New York, is doing a booming business in luxury pet stays. Pampered puppies can stay in the Uber Suite for $200.
At some booming restaurants, the seven deadly sins aren't just vices. They're part of the experience.
The goal of Apple's new product line is more belligerent than you might think, says Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed a battery than can charge in one minute and won't damage the environment or be combustible.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says the upswing in gold prices could be more than just a temporary pop.
Major tech firms—and Kevin Spacey—have all reportedly bought up newly registered ".sucks" domains to protect their brands.
Time Warner Cable hasn't come to terms to carry the SportsNet LA channel. So Dodgers fans can't watch.
Baseball fans should watch out if they're thinking of Meerkating MLB games, The Wall Street Journal reports.
After two weeks and thousands of votes, Newburgh Brewing Co.'s Cream Ale beer label was crowned the winner.
Restroom service company Cintas is hosting an "America's Best Restroom" contest, reports Today.com
"Play ball!" With baseball season opening, it's time to take a look at the homes owned or recently sold by 10 current or ex-major leaguers.
A new CNBC polls find that about a third of college hoop fans would think twice about tuning in if players were paid.
Major League Baseball's 2015 season is barely a day old, and Hostess has already struck out.
Spanish soccer star Gerard Piqué sits at the pinnacle of his sport, but that has not stopped him from looking for success in other areas.
Use the money you received from a tax refund to pay off debt, to boost your savings and to invest.
The Indianapolis Indians have mastered their own version of moneyball, fielding a 'small ball' Triple A team on profitable base paths.
The restaurant chain has the strongest fans, according to a recent report. CEO Kent Taylor reveals the secret to its success.