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A new company called Blade is launching a service between New York and the Hamptons this week that allows you to crowdsource a helicopter charter.

Even after the Heartbleed bug, some of the most popular websites aren't taking password security seriously, according to a study.

A tractor plows a field in Firebaugh, Calif.  The farmer had 20 percent of his almond trees removed because he doesn't have access to enough water to keep them watered.

Analysts say farmers, businesses and consumers are all going to feel the effect of the drought hammering the West.

Ex-players: NFL illegally used drugs Tue, 20 May '14 | 2:00 PM ET
Jim McMahon of the Chicago Bears in 1988.

The lawsuit aims at what it calls a culture of drug misuse. It says drugs were used to speed players' return to the field.

Dmitri Rybolovlev with his now ex-wife Elena attend the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters on April 21, 2012 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

A Swiss court has ordered a Russian billionaire to pay more than $4.5 billion to his ex-wife in what could become the biggest divorce settlement in history, the AP reports.

Edward Snowden: Comic book superhero? Tue, 20 May '14 | 1:20 PM ET
Beyond Edward Snowden comic book cover.

A new comic book says it "takes a look at the man behind the headlines, searching for what might have motivated him."

More companies crack down on flexible hours Tue, 20 May '14 | 11:33 AM ET
Still from the movie "Office Space."

A recent study found that only 20 percent of companies offered a variety of flexible workday options to most employees, the NYT reports.

Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

No matter how challenged the market may appear, there are always stocks that Cramer thinks are worth owning.

Most expensive house (we could get into): Boston Tue, 20 May '14 | 10:00 AM ET

It doesn't get much more "Boston" than this: a historic mansion on Beacon Hill. CNBC cameras go inside for the most expensive house we could get into)in Boston.

McDonald's new mascot is a box with teeth Mon, 19 May '14 | 6:21 PM ET
McDonald's Happy Meal character

Happy is an animated Happy Meal box with a set of teeth on the front and a pair of cartoon arms and legs.

Dennis Gartman: A correction is coming Mon, 19 May '14 | 6:42 PM ET
Dennis Gartman

A divergence in the Dow, Russell and Nasdaq indices is cause for concern in the S&P, Dennis Gartman says.

These public servants are earning millions Mon, 19 May '14 | 7:32 AM ET
Ohio State University.

The highest-paid president of a public college or university was Ohio State's E. Gordon Gee, according to a study. How much did he make?

Wal-Mart's biggest problem: Its customers Mon, 19 May '14 | 12:16 PM ET
Shoppers pay for their purchases at the cash register at a Walmart Neighborhood Market in Panorama City, California.

Wal-Mart's core consumer is facing stagnant wage growth and simply can't afford to spend on discretionary items.

Health craze whipping up this food's price Mon, 19 May '14 | 12:20 PM ET

A run on egg whites in the US food industry has made prices sizzle for the sticky ingredient. FT reports.

California Chrome #3, ridden by Victor Espinoza, races to the finishline to win the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on May 17, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.

The average price for the Belmont Stakes stands at $407.94 as of Monday, up more than 48 percent since Saturday.

Notre Dame vs. Ohio State

The University of Notre Dame is planning to make way for new football turf, so it's selling off used grass for nearly $150 a pop.

Portland, Oregon

CNBC cameras went inside the most expensive house we could get into in Portland and fans of the TV show "Portlandia" will be thrilled to see what's behind the gate.

More NY Irish pubs change with times—or else Mon, 19 May '14 | 10:25 AM ET

It's last call for more of New York's Irish pubs as rising rents and changing tastes shutter some bars.

Why fast food doesn't look like the ads Mon, 19 May '14 | 10:37 AM ET
Dunkin' Donuts Eggs Benedict sandwich (Left: promotional image; Right: CNBC's order)

Blowtorches, tweezers and glue: These are just a few of the items used to create mouth-watering restaurant ads.

Warby Parker co-founder takes on Gillette Mon, 19 May '14 | 9:41 AM ET
Andy Katz-Mayfield and Jeff Raider

A new e-commerce venture, Harry's, is reinventing the $2.4 billion men's shaving market by controlling the customer experience. Can it beat Goliaths?

Google marks Rubik's Cube birthday with Doodle Mon, 19 May '14 | 9:24 AM ET
Rubik's Cube turns 40.

Google has resurrected the Rubik's Cube as a doodle on its home page, to mark its 40th birthday.

Uh, hey [cough, cough], boss. I'm not going to be able to, uh, [cough] make it in today.

Ah, summer Fridays! Former trader Raj Mahal offers up the best and worst excuses for calling in sick.

Famous products back from the dead Sun, 18 May '14 | 6:01 AM ET

When a classic brand disappears while it is still wanted and the right people take up the cause, it can rise from the ashes

French actor Gerard Depardieu

Gérard Depardieu introduced Welcome to New York in Cannes, a truth-based drama inspired by the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal.

1980 Ford Thunderbird

Since 1969, millions of cars have been recalled after being deemed threats. CNBC.com takes a look at these cars, from the 1971 Pinto to this year's growing list of recalls.

Pet blood bank growth mirrors surge in need Sun, 18 May '14 | 10:00 AM ET
Gretchen Bauer’s Doberman Pinscher, Detta, is a regular blood donor. Her blood saved the life of Bailey Crawford.

As veterinary medicine has become more sophisticated, the need for blood products has greatly increased. Here is what you need to know.

Video game makers' goal: Score big in Brazil Sat, 17 May '14 | 2:00 PM ET

Video game makers like EA look for ways around high taxes to build a big following in Brazil ahead of the World Cup.

SEC: Watch out for pot scams Fri, 16 May '14 | 4:10 PM ET

Marijuana companies can be pump and dump schemes or fraud, say regulators. Microcap investors should follow the money—closely.

"Right now, the price for a 40-pound pig is over double what it normally is," says one farmer. But that may change soon.

'I think we could go up and down the East Coast, further west, and maybe the Midwest,' said one Bojangles' executive.