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Long known more for burgers, Shake Shack is turning an eye toward chicken, according to one recent trademark filing.
As David Letterman says good-bye on air, today's top 10 Market Cap Companies that did not exist as publicly traded companies when he debuted on February 1, 1982.
Her marriage to Nelson Rockefeller soon after both had been divorced raised a political storm and may have cost him the GOP presidential nomination.
Nintendo may have just made the greatest hire in the history of hires.
A Norwegian Cruise Line ship ran aground on a reef after leaving Bermuda but no one was injured and the vessel was later floated off at high tide.
Nascar driver Jimmie Johnson is partnering with Mission and Lowe's to focus on heat safety, as the summer starts to kick off.
Nasty Gal didn't skip a beat when it spotted Taylor Swift wearing its jumpsuit. The only problem? She was wearing Balmain.
The Navy has a new drone for spying that is small, cheap and completely disposable.
Part of what makes "Shark Tank" great is its unscripted quality. A look at 10 surprising things that end up on the cutting-room floor.
What's old is new again at fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken.
"I'm not Don Draper," said Bill Backer, the man behind the "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" ad, the NYT reports.
George Lucas probably isn't regretting the deal he made with Disney for his Lucasfilm group after shares rise 70 percent.
Most parents plan to support their kids financially for at least a few months after college, a Upromise survey found. But can you afford to help?
Markets underestimate liquidity risks, which look more dangerous than Greece's debt situation, the Allianz economic advisor said.
The Tesla P85D was effectively rendered undriveable, Consumer Reports says in a blog post.
For online lingerie start-up Adore Me, crowdsourcing its product ideas on social media turned into a $6-million-dollar idea.
A cautionary "Simpsons" and "Star Trek" analogy pretty much sums up the power of behavioral economics, says the founding father of the discipline.
Some sports cars have stood the test of time and become truly iconic. Check out CNBC.com's definitive collection.
Golden Bear, the maker of Letterman's "Late Show" staff jackets for over 15 years, will miss the king of late-night TV when he retires.
After seven seasons, "Mad Men" is over. The question now is: did fans buy the series finale?