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Toyota Motor on Monday recalled 247,000 vehicles in the U.S. because a Takata-made air bag may rupture.
Anyone investing in gun companies may soon be in the line of fire.
Here is the most crucial element to stopping the spread of Ebola, says Scott Ratzan, a doctor and member of the CDC board on infectious disease.
Life transitions can take years; without advisor guidance, investors can lose valuable time figuring out what to do with their money.
Microsoft has proven its potency in the cloud, and is one of three companies with the scale, resources, and know-how to dominate the market, CEO Satya Nadella told CNBC.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer makes a call on Apple ahead of its report and many more, including buys in the investable market bottom
Russia is increasing hygiene and finance related probes on McDonald's chain outlets, reports the Financial Times.
Robert Monks and Nell Minow work to hold executives of publicly traded companies accountable to shareholders, USA Today reports.
One of Wall Street's biggest names said Americans are not nearly as prepared as they should be for retirement, which could be a costly error.
Once known as an often-dreaded gift handed out by thrifty grandmas socks are having their fashion moment thanks to fashion-conscious men.
The first wave of people who had contact with the original Dallas Ebola patient who died were taken off a watch list early Monday.
After the most turbulent market week in years, some strategists are ready to call the all clear. But others say stocks could test the lows of the past week.
As retirement nears, 40- and 50-somethings should address four areas: risk mitigation, estate plans, investing strategy and financial plans.
CNBC's Jon Fortt talks with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about equality for women in the workplace.
The recent drop in oil prices could be due to more than just lower demand, according to some analysts, who have suggested that the U.S. could be deliberately manipulating the market.
a volatile market has going down, up, down again ... and may be sideways for a little while. What should investors do?
Apple's new mobile payment service bets consumers will no longer want to carry wallets, credit cards or cash.
The tech giant is scheduled to report its 4Q earnings after the bell Monday and investors will be looking for that key iPhone sales number.
IBM is selling its loss-making semiconductor unit to contract-chipmaker Globalfoundries, the companies announced on Monday.
The face of automation on Wall Street is a computer hooked up to nine blinking screens that goes by the name Quantitative Market Maker, or Q.M.M.