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Stock market volatility could continue to be somewhat elevated, particularly for small cap names, as earnings season gets underway.
Amazon is seeking permission to test its delivery drones near Seattle, as part of a rapid expansion of a program that has sparked widespread debate.
Suspended from trading for another day, Banco Espirito Santo rushes to quell any concerns regarding its financial stability.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
"All I know is that I disassociate from this," the company's former auditor told CNBC.
A new study calls for an end to the $2.13 an hour federal tipped minimum wage.
Are overseas financial woes, again, a problem for your portfolio?
A California chemical engineer is sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined $28 million after his rare economic-espionage conviction.
This is a link to an NBC News story.
No matter how hard Sam Johnson presses down on the spider, the creature known as Sparratus stays together. It was not always so. The FT reports.
CNBC looks at how culture, the environment and health has changed since its first broadcast in 1989.
The percentage of people in the U.S. who lack health insurance has fallen to a six-year low of 13.4 percent, according to a Gallup poll.
Stocks sold off on concerns about the global economy, but the real worry for the market is the second-quarter earnings season.
Eileen Ford, the grande dame of the modeling industry, died on Wednesday in Morristown, N.J. She was 92.
House Speaker John Boehner announced the Republican-led lawsuit will focus on the Affordable Care Act and the decision to delay the employer mandate.
Georgia police are reconsidering a 2013 heroin overdose death of a man connected to the woman charged in the death of a Google executive.
Fed vice chair Stanley Fischer said it is unclear that breaking up the largest U.S. banks would help stabilize the country's financial system.
The Russell 2000 is having its worst week in more than two years. One pro said it's not time to buy the dip, but another sees opportunity.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Chevron, PriceSmart, Gap & more.
In dollars and cents, the biggest winners of the World Cup are media companies—both traditional and social.