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Taking cues from one of today's hottest food trends, the Girl Scouts are adding three new cookies to their lineup this year.
Lenovo is aiming for travelers with two new mobile PC models that it says weighs less than a a 32-ounce water bottle.
Starbucks is debuting something called the 'flat white.' Today.com explains what's in the new drink. The TODAY show reports.
The average apartment price in Manhattan hit a record $1.72 million in 2014, as the New York wealthy and overseas rich continue to seek safety in the New York skyline.
Rolls-Royce sold over 4,000 cars for the first time in 2014, as its CEO told CNBC it would decide whether to release an SUV this year.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the all-electric, fully autonomous-drive F 015 Luxury in Motion vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Hundreds of unlicensed marijuana purveyors have swamped the Colorado market.
Companies that operate oil tankers have become more appealing amid the supply-driven drop in crude oil prices, Dennis Gartman said.
Plans to build an Inglewood NFL stadium, led by Rams owner Stan Kroenke, may be a sign the team could return to Los Angeles.
Microsoft releases its cheapest phone ever with the $29 Nokia 215 Internet phone.
A new drug activates receptors in the intestine, tricking the body into thinking it has just eaten a meal.
Zuckerberg invited his 30 million Facebook followers to read a book with him every other week. Re/code reports.
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates both agree on the same key factor to achieving success in anything you do.
Belty, a belt capable of knowing when you're gaining weight, was unveiled at CES on Sunday.
Elon Musk is opening up on Reddit on Monday evening for a question and answer session.
A single Bluefin tuna has sold for $37,500 in the first fish auction of the year this weekend in Toyko, Japan, according to media reports.
Audi allowed CNBC's Phil LeBeau to test drive the A7 with piloted driving technology, an experience that he found surprisingly normal.
If enormous heat deep in the heart of Iceland's volcanoes can be harnessed for geothermal energy, the industry may be set for a revolution.
Elvis Presley's personal jets will go under the hammer in a sealed-bid auction for a piece of mile-high rock and roll memorabilia.
For financially stressed Gen Xers, advisor Tim Maurer offers four maxims to help 30- and 40-somethings find security and happiness.