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The world's largest container ship is making waves on its maiden voyage, as it arrives at the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk, England.
Billionaire investor George Soros has called on European officials to urgently boost their efforts to support the Ukrainian economy.
After the FOMC's December minutes, CNBC's Rick Santelli; Lindsey Piegza, Sterne Agee; Jack Bouroudjian, Index Financial Partners; and Keith Fitz-Gerald, Money Map Press, discuss the action in rates.
In the first post-Steve Ballmer sale of an NBA team, many wonder who will buy the Atlanta Hawks——and for how much.
A judge overturned California's foie gras ban, but reactions were mixed.
BlackBerry will seek to grow BBM's monthly user base and increase time spent in the app, CEO John Chen says.
Wall Street may not have Bill Ackman to kick around anymore.
Home automation and wearables are at an inflection point based on what we're seeing at CES.
There's a big demographic divide between the people who own smartwatches and those who own fitness trackers.
A time capsule in the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House was unveiled Tuesday, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
This year’s flu season is shaping up to be as bad as expected. That's good news for drug stores, but insurers and others could suffer.
This time wearables may really take off.
First images of the wreckage from AirAsia flight 8501, discovered in the Java Sea, have been released by the Indonesian government.
Will a lost puppy, Clydesdales and Pac-Man be the winning combination this Super Bowl? Anheuser-Busch hopes so.
PGA golfer Hunter Mahan signed a multiyear endorsement deal after forgoing a possible million-dollar payday in 2013.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will spend two years in federal prison on public corruption convictions. USA Today reports.
Before Wednesday's big show from New York City, the "Squawk Box" hosts got used to the new set where getting the chairs and the camera angles just right proved rather amusing.
All things old eventually become new again, and apparently obsolete consumer tech brands are no exception.
Apple has gained a United States patent for products made from mostly flexible parts, British tech site PCR reported.
Taking cues from one of today's hottest food trends, the Girl Scouts are adding three new cookies to their lineup this year.