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Seven-times Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher was fighting for his life on Monday after a serious skiing accident.
Feeling the economic pinch in the U.S., older Americans are retiring abroad, hoping to live out their golden years at a lower cost in foreign climes.
Some American technology entrepreneurs are seeking to pursue India's untapped opportunities, even without the clout of a multinational corporation backing them.
Art Cashin is out with a poem to ring in 2014, and virtually nobody who was in the news this year was spared.
Malware will go more mobile next year as digital currencies fuel malicious ransomware attacks worldwide, according to McAfee Labs.
With meteorologists predicting big storms in the future, some homeowners are finding a simple way to minimize vulnerability: building a dome home.
The theft of 40 million credit and debit card records from Target sure got our attention—and maybe that's good. Here are five lessons learned.
Are you taking any New Year's resolutions for 2014? Beware, a VitalSmarts research reveals that they could cost you up to $1,000.
Realtor.com has released its year-end list of craziest places to live, from a pirate-themed mansions to a missile silo.
The deadline to end production of 60- and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs is fast approaching, but most Americans are unaware. NBC News reports.
Thanks to a technical error some consumers were able to land round-trip tickets on Delta Air Lines for under $50, which the airline said it will honor.
"Downton Abbey" might spread the iconic image of the English manservant around the world but the modern-day "Jeeves" is just as likely to be female.
One of the most common types of knee surgery performed in the US is no more effective than fake surgery, according to a new study.
Pimco's Tony Crescenzi tells CNBC why the Federal Reserve's policies should anchor shorter-term bonds well into the second half of 2015.
From edible pirate ships to elaborate villages, hotels are cooking up ways to entice travelers indoors for the holidays.
Americans received hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of gifts yesterday — and there's a good chance we don't want a lot of them.
"We are temporarily performing some maintenance," McD's says about its employee resources website following an unauthorized critique of fast food.
The holiday season is synonymous with excess: a sharp uptick in gifts, eating and even trash, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A New York bakery is selling liquor-flavored doughnuts. CNBC's Jane Wells wanted to see if they were worth the calories and possible hangovers.
As banks that comply with Islamic law are making inroads into the global banking scene, Western businesses are working to meet their expectations.