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The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected, while U.S. productivity came in better than forecast.
The U.S. FDA has revoked a tentative approval for India's Ranbaxy to make a cheap copy of AstraZeneca's heartburn drug Nexium.
The ECB held its key interest rates at record lows Thursday amid media reports of dissent over Mario Draghi's leadership and communication style.
Investors absorb the latest news on European Central Bank policy after its key interest rates were kept unchanged.
Target's latest partnership is about buzz for the holiday season, showing its CEO is willing to take chances to get its "cool" back.
Cyber security software maker Palo Alto Networks said it discovered a new family of malware affecting Apple's operating systems.
Pay by phone, and you could get bigger discounts and better pricing on purchases. But it may not be shoppers' best bet during the holiday season.
Investors need to adopt a "different mindset" when it comes to the concept of subscription software, the chief operating officer of Box said.
Globetrotting investor Mark Mobius tells CNBC U.S. stocks may be the best place for investors to put money right now.
After listening to comments from President Barack Obama, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow said on his current track, the president was facing “a rat’s nest" of woes.
Regular reallocation of portfolio savings among asset classes is not only wise but critical to managing risk, say financial advisors.
College students regularly pile into majors where the job prospects are hot. Whether they will stay that way after graduation is another story.
Issues expected to get a new look include a corporate tax overhaul, environmental and financial regulation, trade deals and the Keystone oil pipeline.
Not partisan: "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer only cares about your portfolio.
While the big story Tuesday night was the Republican wave, there were plenty of smaller races that are of interest to the tech community.
Engineering, computers, business and liberal arts win out among members of the CNBC NEXT List—if they finished college, that is.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke predicted that the European Central Bank (ECB) would have a rough time implementing U.S-style monetary easing.
The number of planned layoffs by U.S. employers surged nearly 70 percent in October, according to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Stocks could continue to tilt higher, as traders focus on U.S. jobless claims data and productivity and labor costs ahead of the Oct. jobs report.
GM said in a court filing that it should not have to face lawsuits based on safety issues in cars made before its 2009 bankruptcy.