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Twitter, which now has more than 200 million users, turns 7 years old today. To celebrate, we've compiled seven companies the social media giant may want to gift itself.
Cash-strapped banks in Cyprus should be restructured, banking expert Adam Lerrick of the American Enterprise Institute told CNBC.
Constantly in the public eye since her birth, Chelsea Clinton has traditionally shied away from the media, yet she opens up for the CNBC Meets profile on her father.
The "London Whale" risky trades involving JPMorgan is not going to spell the end of big American banks, according to Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Starbucks is taking a cue from the wine industry to create rare high-quality coffees to further separate itself, CEO Howard Schultz said.
CVS warned employees who use the company’s health insurance plan to report to a doctor for an annual WebMD Wellness Review and reveal their weight by May 1 or pay a monthly $50 penalty.
Mandiant, the cybersecurity firm that in February released a ground-breaking report detailing the suspected activities of a Chinese military hacking unit, told CNBC it is suffering the consequences of going public.
Hooters girls drafted to man the sidelines during spring training are throwing the game a curveball. Over the last two weeks, there have been several errors, as some Hooters girls attempted to "wing" it playing America's pastime.
Meet 10 innovators who are pushing their industries forward. Some of the names are familiar. Some you've probably never heard before (and may not hear again), but all of them are working to improve fields that have an impact on most of us.
As Mojang, the maker of the popular videogame "Minecraft," gets ready to release the beta version of its next game "Scrolls" at the end of April, it is targeting a different type of gamer.
We are standing at the cusp of a computing and industrial revolution with the use of three-dimensional printers, said a Washington insider.
A "strong holiday lineup" of new products propelled Williams-Sonoma to better-than-expected quarterly earnings, company CEO Laura Alber told CNBC.
The Federal Reserve's near-zero interest rate policy is hurting savers and keeping a lid on consumer spending, David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Funds, told CNBC.
The EU strong-armed the government of Cyprus to shut down its financial system, Athanasios Orphanides, former governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus, told CNBC.
Chinese stocks are headed for a correction of up to 15 percent in the next two months, one technical analyst says.
As if audits aren't painful enough -- there's a lot the IRS won't tell you. Check out these tips from a former IRS agent.
From "Saturday Night Fever" to "Star Wars," here is some movie memorabilia that cleaned up at auction.
After a near-death experience while skiing, Aetna CEO introduced yoga and mindfulness to the workplace to reduce stress. Is a similar move right for your office?
"Tell me the case where you need it?," T. Boone Pickens said of the US's strategic petroleum reserve. Getting rid of it would save the country "one heck of a lot of money," he said.
Mary Ann Bartels, head of technical and market analysis at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, comments on momentum for a stock market rally, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.