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United Pilots tell CNBC that a secondary cockpit barrier which comes as standard equipment on the new 787 is gone.
Economist Larry Summers expressed optimism about the economy's long-term prospects, telling CNBC that the first step in setting off a "virtuous circle" was to avoid the "fiscal cliff."
Listless markets are responding to the increasing possibility that U.S. lawmakers will not prevent a tumble down the “fiscal cliff,” BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told CNBC on Friday.
Debates, rhetoric, promises, etc. etc. It's the season for politics and words are flying around with little accountability. Each party accuses the other of misstatements and statistics are being interpreted by both parties for their best interests, it’s a difficult deciphering process for voters.
It’s a timeless question: how do you fund a start-up when you have no capital? But for entrepreneurs in the U.K. funding has become especially harder to find since the credit crisis.
Pandora stock fell off a cliff Thursday on reports that Apple is on track to launch a free streaming service in the first quarter of 2013.
The online retailer reported a larger-than-expected quarterly loss as it spends heavily to expand existing operations and develop new businesses. Its outlook also fell short of expectations.
What’s been showing up in this quarter’s earnings reports should now show up in Friday’s third quarter gross domestic product release: Corporate America is worried, and its move to the sidelines is slowing down the economy.
Time to check in with the Halloween mask indicator, which has been eerily accurate in past elections, to find out who it's gonna be -- Obama or Romney!
Yelp recently launched a new "Consumer Alert" system that clamps down on fraudulent reviews. How authentic are all those comments and likes?
After beating expectations for third quarter earnings and raising guidance, Dunkin Brands CEO Nigel Travis said the growth is just beginning as it opens new stores across the country.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
We know we're coming off the bottom of the housing crash, but over the summer it felt to some like we were rocketing off the bottom. Now, not so much.
The storm has a 70 percent chance of smacking the Northeast and mid-Atlantic next week with gale-force winds, flooding, heavy rain and maybe even snow, forecasters said adding, it has all the earmarks of a billion-dollar storm.
It took Welsh-Egyptian director Sally El Hosaini six years to make hernew movie, “My Brother the Devil”, but the time and effort put intothe film paid off as the director won the prestigious “Best Newcomer”Award at the British Film Institute (BFI) London Film Festival.
British prime minister David Cameron is the latest European politician to be accused of leaking sensitive data after he promised “good news” for the U.K. economy would keep on coming, a day before the official release of growth statistics.
In a sign of a still struggling housing market, signed contracts to buy existing homes were essentially flat in September from August, edging up just 0.3 percent according to a monthly index from Realtors.
Layaway seems harmless enough, but unless you are taking advantage of the free layaway programs being offered by some retailers this year, it might not be the bargain it seems.
Procter & Gamble reported quarterly results on Thursday that were largely in line with expectations.
Mark Pincus struck a chastened tone, kicking off the company’s earnings call with the acknowledgment that things haven’t been going as planned at Zynga.