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Three leading news groups say they didn't transmit information about the Federal Reserve's decision not to taper before a designated embargo.
A few people in Chicago appear to have had access to the Fed's decision before anyone else in the Windy City.
The CEO of bailed-out insurance giant American International Group has apologized for comments in which he compared the public anger over bonuses to the lynching of African Americans in the Deep South.
Wine lovers visiting the West Coast can buy cases directly from the wineries and Alaska Airlines will waive the baggage fees.
Got a beef with your bank? Don't sit there steaming. Complain to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the government's new financial watchdog.
After last year's holiday hiring frenzy, retailers are showing more restraint in ramping up their staff for the crucial shopping season.
With appearances by the likes of Sheryl Sandberg, Bono and Bill Gates, the Clinton Global Initiative hopes to leave a lasting impression on the world.
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Watch the video version of Ray Dalio's Economic Principles.
From keeping you healthy to determining the NFL's schedule, here are a few more surprising ways companies are using your private information.
Deep cuts are hitting a federal agency responsible for investigating health-care fraud, meaning fewer probes of crimes that cost taxpayers billions.
The last few months of the year has everyone thinking about holiday cheer, shopping and pumpkin pies, but it's also prime time for tax planning.
Paper towels embossed to look like cloth. Tampon packages with a glossy metallic sheen. Marketers are going glam with everyday products, taking them upscale.
They don't shop, coupon or ask for directions. Turns out the stereotypes about male shoppers are pretty off base, according to a new survey from WSL.
Airports are getting wise to the fact that travelers want a comfy place to sit. For a few extra bucks, these airports offer you a place to nap.
The iPhone 5S isn't the only thing Apple launched on Friday. CEO Tim Cook made his Twitter debut, sharing his pride in the company's launch.
iPhone demand exceeds supply as consumers rush to buy the new models. Discussing whether the iPhone is cool again, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
In an interview on CNBC, investor Warren Buffett said he's having a "hard time finding things to buy" now that stocks are no longer "ridiculously cheap."
The CDC issued its highest level of warning for a disease—for a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea.
Real estate stocks rallied, and mortgage rates fell, as fears of a Fed taper, at least in the short term, evaporated.