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President Barack Obama said the FCC should reclassify consumer broadband service to be regulated more like a public utility.
Toys R Us and J.C. Penney will also open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
Did Obamacare have an inadvertent poison pill in there all along?
Target is finally starting to reposition itself as a leader in the low-price sector, Stifel Nicolaus analyst David Schick said.
Struggling electronics chain RadioShack on Monday added its name to the growing list of retailers that will be open on Thanksgiving Day.
Traces of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear power plant detected in waters 100 miles off California waters.
Movember sponsor Harry's is looking to shave off a piece of the $6.1 billion men's grooming industry with low-priced blades and bathroom products sold online.
Sotheby’s battle with activist investor Dan Loeb resulted in a special charge of $20.1 million in the first nine months of 2014.
Seven million people were under winter storm warnings ahead of a blast of freezing temperatures that will reach the East Coast later this week. NBC News reports.
As this up-and-down year for stocks comes to a close, market-watchers told CNBC on Monday that future gains will be tied to the corporate earnings.
A sell-out NFL match hosted in Wembley stadium in London on Sunday has boosted hopes of an NFL franchise coming to the U.K.
Google announced on its blog on Monday that it will match every dollar of donation with two dollars in a new public giving campaign against Ebola.
A pair of tailwinds will help spur the holiday shopping season and likely lift stocks, too, says one stock market observer.
This might be the best "catch-up" group out there, he said.
China's Alibaba is big, which is no surprise. But most U.S. investors might not realize just how big.
Apple's online store lists a lot of fitness-related products, but don't look for Fitbit.
Assets under management in the passive index trackers or ETP market in Europe have doubled in size in the last five years.
The Postal Service said more than 800,000—all those that receive their pay from the postal service and some retirees—could potentially be affected.
President Vladimir Putin said there were no "fundamental economic reasons" for the ruble's recent slide, but analysts beg to differ.
Investors sell at the worst time and wait too long to get back into stocks. The 'market top' and 'going to cash' calls aren't a strategy.