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Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison loves a fight with rivals so much he’s known for needling competitors almost every time he’s near a microphone.
The meeting scheduled this week raises the possibility that the two former governors will find a way to avoid competing presidential campaigns.
Antony Jenkins, Barclays CEO, rebutted claims by the NY Attorney General that the bank is not co-operating with its dark pools investigation.
Some retirees can get paid to see the world while using their skills and talents.
While Facebook is counting on the $2 billion purchase of Oculus to win in virtual reality, Google's answer is a smartphone and some cardboard.
Unemployment levels in Europe are starting to fall but the recovery will be "long and slow", the chief executive of HR company ManpowerGroup has told CNBC.
The Chinese car market still offers huge growth and potential, according to the CEO of Renault Nissan.
Commodity currencies may face a race to the bottom as the Bank of Canada's surprise rate cut may pressure Australia's central bank to follow suit.
Bitcoin has managed to find a more prominent role among the global elite at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
A 17-year-old who says he is a street child from North Korea is seeking refugee status in Sweden.
The European Central Bank is scheduled to meet on Thursday and expectations are high that the central bank will announce more easing measures.
One trader in Chicago is taking a contrarian viewpoint on the impact of the ECB's expected QE plan Thursday.
Think it was the ECB caused Wednesday's rally? Think again. Jim Cramer sees this breed of stock on fire.
This year, CNBC teamed up with Facebook to bring together some of the smartest minds at Davos to answer your questions.
Marvina is a premium cannabis provider that offers a monthly delivery service of marijuana to consumers in San Francisco.
Some notable stocks have fared much better in the new year than 2014, and "Fast Money" traders looked at how to play the moves.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says despite its problems, the U.S. still has "the best hand ever dealt of any country."
If Mario Draghi wants to have a significant market impact after Thursday's ECB meeting, he better not think small.
Adult entertainment is a $14 billion industry at the heart of a lot technological change. Makes sense to cover it, don't you think?
Time and an investigation will tell whether the Patriots did indeed under-inflate footballs in the team's victory over the Colts on Sunday.