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NYC is becoming the largest U.S. city to make businesses provide paid sick time. But the requirement will burden small businesses, critics say.
"Americans want to be in-the-know about current events," says a report, but we sometimes only pretend to know what we're talking about. (Oh, and it's worse for tablet owners.)
Former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez is charged with murder, more than a week after a body was found near his Massachusetts home.
A barrage of robocalls is targeting seniors with the promise of a free medical alert system. The recorded message says it's Life Alert, the "I've fallen and can't get up" product.
A second wrongful death suit has been filed against energy-drink maker Monster Beverage.
The Food and Drug Administration says Intuitive Surgical broke procedures when it warned customers about problems with its robot without first alerting regulators.
The search for food prepared according to Islamic law at fast-food restaurant chains just got a little trickier this week.
Fewer sporting rivalries are more riveting than when the U.S. takes on Canada in hockey. The "Daily Show" took it a step further and pitted the two against each other in banking.
Troubles in emerging markets could stretch to the luxury apartment markets in New York City and Miami. But only if you're a single-digit millionaire.
June has been a brutal month for bonds but particularly in the high-yield space, where issuance has cooled after a record run.
Home prices took a major leap in April, setting a monthly record for gains, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices.
The Congressional Budget Office says low-skill workers will be in for a decade of pain following immigration reform.
Europe does not only suffer from unemployment but also underemployment with workers who are overqualified, interns who are unpaid and part-time employees who want full-time work, which could leave a permanent mark on a generation.
Investors aren't the only ones running away from Apple. The company is beginning to see a brain drain, an analyst tells CNBC.
Men's Wearhouse says it fired executive chairman George Zimmer because he was reluctant to give up operational control of the company he founded 40 years ago.
The popularity of smartphones and tablets has prompted some to declare the death of laptops and desktops. But judging from the newest designs, you shouldn't give up on PC makers just yet.
The IRS has scrapped controversial screening lists it used to scrutinize conservative and Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status.
Americans who have trouble dividing 300 by 2 are much more likely to end up in foreclosure than consumers with average math skills, according to a new study.
Fallout for Paula Deen continued, as Smithfield Foods announced it has ended its partnership with Deen after it was revealed she used racist language. Can her food empire survive?
Gah! Connecting flights can be maddening for travelers. Here are the 10 worst airports for connections.