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The number of U.S. job openings rose last month to the highest level since January 2001, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
It's not just about financial stability, says UBS investment chief Simon Smiles. Here's what the IMF should really focus on at its meeting this week.
As less original research is done, companies have increasingly learned how to play the "game" of lowering estimates going into the quarter.
How can you tell if a stock is bottoming or resting before the next leg down? Find out how Cramer does it!
Will the ongoing Spy vs. Spy war between San Francisco ride-sharing services Lyft and Uber ever end?
Forget Wall Street. Regional banks are getting bigger through acquisitions, making them the best stock bet in the financial sector.
A new dating app called Luxy caters to wealthy singles by weeding out poor clients.
From Blue Ivy's $5,200 crystal bathtub to Lady Gaga's $50,000 ghost-detecting machines check out some of the extravagant purchases made by celebrities.
A nurse in Spain has become the first person to contract Ebola outside of West Africa, as an NBC News freelancer arrived in Nebraska for treatment.
With four state ballot initiatives coming up this midterm election cycle, here’s a look at what’s at stake for the small business community.
One thing experts can agree on: Consumers will remain cautious when opening their wallets this holiday.
The U.S faces a crisis as baby boomers head into retirement, partly as a result of the inequality of employees' retirement savings vehicles.
A new study raises questions about the dangers facing drivers using hands-free, voice-activated systems.
Prices are going up for business travelers and, at least for now, they're willing to spend, according to a new report.
In a lesser-known corner of the online payments industry, called carrier billing, Boku announces that it's acquiring mopay.
The Justice Department is preparing a fresh round of attacks on the world's biggest banks, the New York Times reports.
To get dangerous recalled cars fixed, General Motors has been forced to go beyond the usual ominous-sounding recall letters.
Tuesday could be a lot like Monday on Wall Street, with investors on edge before Alcoa reports and a Fed release.
McDonald's Japan forecast a net loss of $156.7 million for 2014, its first loss in 11 years, after a food safety scandal hit sales.
Japanese scientists Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano and American Shuji Nakamura won the 2014 Nobel prize for Physics for inventing the LED.