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Hackers are coming after your phone.
Using home sales, prices, construction, mortgage delinquencies and millennial employment, Trulia concludes housing is nearly back to normal.
The rout in crude oil prices is also punishing one of the world's wealthiest nations: Norway.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says she was surprised by the Swiss central bank's move to unlink the franc from the euro.
Google will stop selling the current version of Google Glass and reorganize the business behind it, the company said on Thursday.
The Swiss National Bank's move to break the franc away from its set value against the euro stunned financial markets and has substantial real-world effects.
Oil and natural gas moves are being attributed to index rebalancing, and therefore most likely won't last, Steven Grasso says.
Now is not the time to panic. The time for that, in fact, was about a month ago, Raymond James strategist Jeffrey Saut says.
Solar accounted for 1 out of every 78 new jobs in 2014, according to The Solar Foundation.
Corning's Gorilla Glass rules smartphone screens, and the company's Iris Glass could soon dominate flat-screen TVs, a JPMorgan analyst said
Target Corp said Thursday it would shut down its Canadian operations, ending long-term speculation over the viability of the struggling business.
Ray Kroc is the focus of a new movie looking at his role in catapulting McDonald's to the national stage.
Voices from two of Switzerland's most famous industries have expressed their dismay at the SNB's shock decision to scrap its peg to the euro.
These nine stocks are faring well despite the tumultuous market, USA Today reports.
Charles Johnson is accused of helping defraud the heir of one of the earliest investors in Franklin Resources out of $150 million. The NYT reports.
The New York Times reports that a tightfisted government imposes very real costs, especially for those benefiting from Medicaid. The NYT reports.
Switzerland's franc soared by almost 30 percent after the Swiss National Bank abandoned its cap against the euro.
Forex.com suspended trading in Swiss francs after the Swiss National Bank unexpectedly abandoned the currency's exchange rate cap against the euro.
The Swiss franc soared—and Swiss stocks tanked—as that country's central bank shocked markets Thursday with a move to scrap a cap against the euro.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says the Swiss National Bank's abandonment of its currency cap on the euro could be a scary sign.