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Enterprise Products Partners is shelving a pipeline that would have transported crude from North Dakota to Oklahoma, the company said Friday.
Why do stock markets tend to fall after long school breaks? Because investors need to catch up on all the bad news they missed while on vacation.
Shinzo Abe won his snap election on Sunday and his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and coalition partner maintained a supermajority, according to media exit polls
China's economic growth could slow to 7.1 percent in 2015 from an expected 7.4 percent this year, held back by a sagging property sector, the central bank said in research report.
About 190 nations agreed on Sunday the building blocks of a deal to combat climate change in 2015 amid warnings that far tougher action would be needed to cut rising world greenhouse gas emissions.
Sales for whiskey continue to rise, as do the number of craft distilleries popping up across the country.
Sony has reportedly shutting down production on several films, citing an inability to process payments, according to a report.
Saturday is the last numerically sequential date in the calendar for nearly two decades, sending wedding demand soaring.
As candy lovers around the world contribute to a global chocolate deficit, one chocolatier has a simple solution to the brewing crisis.
Billions are being spend on private sports coaches for kids as young as 6 years-old. The goal is to grab a spot on a collegiate team.
One trader is trying to make nearly $11 million by getting in on energy stocks.
Rich Americans have a bullish outlook on the stock market for 2015, and they are placing their biggest bets on a few key stocks and sectors.
Angelina Jolie, Scott Rudin and David Fincher don't bring equal value to movies. Fincher is most valuable of all.
Leaders in the U.S. Senate postponed an anticipated vote on a $1.1 trillion spending bill late on Friday and will instead aim to pass the must-do legislation on Monday, a Senate Democratic leadership aide said.
U.S. lawmakers were expected on Friday to approve new sanctions on Russian weapons companies and investors in the country's high-tech oil projects.
Former Energy Secretary Bill Richardson also tells CNBC the United States should lift the ban on exporting American oil and natural gas.
Weak demand and oversupply in oil markets raise the risk of global social instability, the International Energy Agency has warned.
Home decor chain At Home is growing at a blistering pace thanks to cheap real estate abandoned by the likes of Sears and Target.
The FBI has warned U.S. businesses to be on the alert for a sophisticated Iranian hacking operation whose targets include defense contractors, energy firms and educational institutions.
The rout in oil isn't done yet and it has a lot further to fall, noted investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC.