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U.S. consumer sentiment rose in June as consumers remained optimistic the sluggish first quarter was due to difficult winter conditions, a survey released on Friday showed.
Twitter tallied more than 300 million tweets about the tournament compared to 160 million during the 2012 London Olympics. Re/code reports.
The Ukrainian President has told CNBC his country will 'defend itself' against Russia if it fails to de-escalate tensions in east Ukraine by Monday.
Though federal student loan rates are fixed for the life of the loan, these rates reset for new borrowers every July.
While crying, "Bubble!" has been a cottage industry for some pundits, you can argue that high yield is starting to look, well, bubbly.
BNP Paribas plans to slash its dividend and sell billions of euros in bonds next week, as it nears a settlement with the U.S., the WSJ reported.
Following a sharp decline in its stock, the cupcake chain will delist from the Nasdaq. NYT reports.
Amazon is rolling out a new takeout food service to rival industry leaders GrubHub, Seamless and DeliveryHero, TechCrunch reported Thursday.
Consumer sentiment, due out just before 10 a.m. ET, will likely help shape Friday's trade.
How are those World Cup bets faring? Let's just say your chances were better with this former Wall Street whiz than Goldman Sachs.
It's the latest trend in tech: The Empires are striking back, The Fiscal Times reports.
Hewlett-Packard has won the dismissal of a lawsuit accusing the computer maker of securities fraud.
Sober Lane bar's Friday nights are described as "wild", so it comes as no surprise that the bar is using Snapchat in its hiring drive.
An accident and a subsequent lawsuit led to GM's recall of about 33,000 Chevrolet Cruze sedans for potentially defective air bags made by Takata Corp.
There are time for trading and times for investing. Cramer says they should never be confused.
Here's how to avoid these deadly sins if you're contemplating or already in a divorce.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Riley v. California is the most important privacy opinion in over 40 years, says Mitchell Epner.
The Obama administration said it would boost construction of affordable rental housing and extend a program that helps homeowners avoid foreclosure.
Michaels said it had raised about $472.6 million in its initial public offering after pricing shares at $17, the lower end of an expected range.
Having a baby has always been a driver of homeownership, but with higher home prices, many young parents can't afford a suburban home.