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Weekly jobless claims have been on an inexorable path lower this summer. So have paychecks.
This weeks's Geeked Out looks at the hottest, the scariest and the most hair-raising videos on the Web today.
Travelers who aren't loyal to a certain airline may still earn rewards for flying—from their airport. More airports are offering frequent travelers perks such as exclusive lounges.
Tea may be the world's most consumed beverage in terms of volume, but as far as retail sales go, it still falls short of its peers like coffee and carbonates.
Virtual currency bitcoin is to be investigated by both the FBI and the Senate Committee that oversees the Department of Homeland Security.
It turns out there are three types of materialists—and for one of them, shopping is a "virtuous" cycle that actually decreases loneliness, a study finds.
Most American workers say they would get up and go to work even if they won the lottery—although they might be driving a better car and going to a different job.
Julia Boorstin sat down with Steve Case at the V2V conference. They discussed common traits among successful entrepreneurs and where he sees growth opportunities.
In an unusual twist in the mortgage market, the difference between the cost of a conforming loan (generally $417,000 and under) and a jumbo loan has shrunk to nearly nothing.
Firing an employee in public might be gratifying for a boss, but it's not likely to rally the troops and may result in a lawsuit.
Another delay in Obamacare gives critics of the health-reform law more ammunition and will take money of out chronically ill people's pockets.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Wednesday criminally charged two former JPMorgan Chase employees with wire fraud and a conspiracy to falsify books.
When discussing the Fed's inflation targets, CNBC's Rick Santelli questioned whether the government's approach to inflation is a way to "fudge the numbers."
With the stock market in a summer lull, Wall Street's activist investors are looking downright hyperactive.
They flaunt their cash around the world. Now the Emirati Royal Family rules the waves too after ranking first in a league table of owners of the world's biggest megayachts, knocking billionaire Roman Abramovich off the top spot.
The fall in the rupee has been grabbing market attention, but the focus could soon shift to the Indonesian rupiah, which could suffer the same fate as the embattled Indian currency.
South by SouthWest's V2V conference aims to help entrepreneurs navigate the often-contentious relationship with investors.
If money can buy championships, then the pressure is on the University of Oregon, where money is no object inside its new Football Performance Center.
A judge ordered the American Quarter Horse Association to allow cloned horses to be entered into the breed's official registry, which could clear the way for the clones to race.
Dick Bove, the bank analyst and vice president of equity research at Rafferty Capital, said investors should be buying financial stocks "very aggressively."