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A deluge of lawsuits is forcing big banks to leave New York, banking analyst Dick Bove said.
Customers at 14 hotels in eight states will get free credit monitoring for a year after a data breach.
Families inspired by the Westminster dog show to get a puppy may find that buying a purebred pup is cheaper than the costs of dog ownership.
Faced with a talent shortage and aging workforce, one American industry is tackling recruitment in a unique way. Hint: Think "Flashdance."
Companies employing 50-100 full-time workers will be exempt from Obamacare's mandate to offer employees affordable health insurance until 2016.
If millennials don't break out of this frugal state of mind, the trend could create challenges for the stock market and retail spending.
David Tepper is not on Twitter, but other hedge fund managers are.
Someone in this country becomes a victim of identity theft every two seconds, according to a new study.
Nearly 9 in 10 American adults say they would be worried about riding in a driverless car, according to a new study.
Proponents of the domain expansion say it will help increase choice and competition, but some experts say it could actually hurt small businesses.
The brutally cold winter has lit a fire under natural gas prices, testing assumptions that shale can provide inexpensive energy for decades to come.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' stock surge likely has a big victim: David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital.
Analysts have given a mixed assessment of Twitter's fortunes, highlighting key areas in which the microblogging company needed to improve.
As hard as policymakers have sought to assure markets that they stand at the ready, the lack of a consistent voice has only spurred weakness.
It's been a tough day for the wealthy. Stocks are plunging. And America is losing one of its patron saints of wealth creation—Ben Bernanke.
Historically, February ranks as the second-worst performing month of the year for the Dow and S&P 500.
Countries are lining up to attract China's rich, creating a growing business and economy around selling them residency.
"It's a deal at $699,000," says Tom Gregory, standing over the cemetery plot he owns. "It's about $10,300 per square foot."
While shooting "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," there are a few bedrooms where we'd like to spend the night. Check out the extravagant bedrooms of the super rich.
Global market volatility is not just down to the U.S. Federal Reserve's tapering, influential investor Marc Faber told CNBC.