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Cisco's revenue guidance was solid, though EPS was a little light. Gross margins held up. So why the angst?
The Middle East and other oil-producing countries are hotbeds of instability. So why is oil falling instead of rising?
Broker has become a dirty word in the financial advisor business, but in some cases it's the fee-based model that's the wrong approach.
A college student who is accused of killing his roommate allegedly used Siri to research places to hide a body, according to a report.
A weak retail sales report for July and an earnings miss by retail giant Macy's has raised fears about the state of the consumer.
Robin Williams leaves behind a legacy of Hollywood success that spanned decades and generated billions of dollars—in fact, $5.2 billion worldwide.
Using a mobile banking app to make a deposit may be convenient, but it can delay access to those funds by a week or more.
The nation's largest employers are projecting health-benefits costs will rise 6.5 percent in 2015, according to a new survey from NBGH.
A group of California farm workers voted on whether to kick out the United Farm Workers. That was last November.
A student newspaper at Harvard is selling essays from students who won admission to the school's prestigious MBA program.
Why hasn't Washington reformed corporate taxation? The answer is simple. It's not a priority. Not for Democrats, Republicans or big business.
Forget your toothpaste? Need more towels? If you're staying at Starwood Hotels, you may be served by a Botlr.
A metasearch travel website is expanding its audience with an offbeat ad campaign, Skift reports.
Hate waiting to pay the restaurant check? A slew of businesses is here to help.
Pastry chef Waylynn Lucas is pushing the boundaries of circular sweets with her bakery, Fonuts, which specializes in faux doughnuts.
"Egypt is the largest importer of wheat in the world, but they have to buy it on the spot market," says Philip Blumberg.
The Fed Chair has made a career of predicting interest rates, but as for stock calls—her newest vocation—she's off to an uncertain start.
When Rupert Murdoch and Masayoshi Son walked away from their deals last week, the moguls created a shock wave on Wall Street.
Pepsi's strong stock performance suggests hedge funder Nelson Peltz is wrong to criticize its management, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Investors should not expect much more than two more years of "above-trend growth" in the U.S. economy, Citi's Steven Wieting tells CNBC.