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Smith & Wesson sales have been soft, but the gun company may have a bigger problem: leverage.
Some companies may still be in recession mentality when it comes to spending money on holiday parties, NBC News reports.
For $40,000 this 6,045-square-inch dollhouse could be yours, but if it were a real home in London's Chelsea, it would cost as much as $20 million.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sent a memo out to employees on Friday that said he is completely clear of cancer.
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OptionMonster co-founders Jon and Pete Najarian discuss this week's fantasy football picks for those players lucky enough to make the playoffs.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Friday's strong jobs number may be too strong for some.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have agreed to disagree on a few very big topics, including how the rich should give away their money.
Job creation surged in November, with the U.S. economy adding a dazzling 321,000 positions though the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 percent.
Ashton Carter, who faces Senate confirmation, was deputy secretary from 2011 to 2013.
Apple attorneys proved a class representative's iPod was purchased after the class period ended. What will the judge do now?
IBM has taken some heat for its buyback and investment strategy. CFO Martin Schroeter explains why they think it's the right path for success.
The Federal Reserve should not rush to raise interest rates to head off risky financial market bubbles, said the Cleveland Fed president.
The FAA is looking to hire as many as 10,000 air traffic controllers over the next 10 years, including more than 1,700 in 2015.
Companies are beefing up C-suite jobs designed to oversee and maintain growth as the economy improves, executive placement consultant Robert Damon says.
Russia's Vladimir Putin is going to "lock somebody up" to send a message to speculators betting against the ruble, says former diplomat David Gordon.
Will Congress give Main Street coal in its stocking this year?, asks Parker Karnan, executive director of the Independent Running Retailers Assoc.
Stagnant wage growth in developed countries is in danger of dragging economic performance down, the ILO warns.
With less than 4 weeks left to trade in 2014, the "Fast Money" crew gives 7 stocks to play as we head into year-end.
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed less than expected in October as lower crude oil prices failed to offset a jump in imports.