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Argentina's latest monetary ailment may prove contagious for some of its Latin American neighbors, and Brazil may the first to catch the fever.
Prostitutes are using Twitter to grow their business and that's got Congress eager to learn more, according to a report by TheStreet.com.
Plenty is said about this company both good and bad, but all Cramer cares about are the numbers.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey told four airlines to give a $1 an hour raise to workers who made less than $9 an hour.
The social game maker posted results that, while still a loss, beat expectations, and said it would lay off 15 percent of its workers.
Dan Niles, chief investment officer of AlphaOne Capital Partners, drilled in to the one reason he really likes the Internet company.
Stocks may be down in January, but that shouldn't cause actual concern.
Is the worst of the decline over for the Dow Jones Industrial Average?
New domain names are starting to hit the market. Here's a breakdown of how the process works and what it means for businesses.
Chipotle reported revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday and a swift increase in comparable sales despite colder weather.
While headlines have been about emerging markets and the end of money printing, an even darker prospect lurks in the shadows: weaker profits.
Though football great Joe Theismann had been opposed to paying college athletes, he now thinks they should a cut of the profits.
Internet and social media stocks ripped higher Thursday, sparked by Facebook's outstanding quarterly earnings report.
An Obamacare initiative to motivate hospitals and doctors to work together on Medicare patient care led to $380 million in savings.
Art Cashin of UBS talks with CNBC's Bob Pisani about Thursday's stock gain and whether it can be sustained.
The 2013 calendar year may be over, but opportunities to lower last year’s tax liability are not. Troll for overlooked deductions and tax credits.
Even with a drop in government spending and a drop in housing construction, the economy still managed the best second half growth in a decade.
Some people gave Google a pass on the failed Motorola experiment because they're rich and powerful but here's the lesson they need to learn, says Jon Fortt.
Total lobbying spending dropped to the lowest level since 2007, falling 3 percent to $3.21 billion, says a new study.