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Small SUVs and compact crossover utility vehicles are now the most popular new vehicles in the U.S. according to analysis by TrueCar.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" hauled in $255 million overseas ahead of its U.S. debut, but China's box office may be the biggest variable.
A theory from PitRho's co-founder suggests that NASCAR drivers named David have a better-than-usual chance of winning at Talladega.
Lowe's is halting sales of some of its Chinese-made laminate flooring "out of an abundance of caution" as it may have issues with formaldehyde.
The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight will bring big money to Vegas, and more people to his pawn shop, reality star Rick Harrison says.
Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What's the story?
The Avengers franchise is one of the few series that still get audiences to pay top dollar at the box office, Gitesh Pandya tells CNBC.
It looks like there is some truth to #Tattoogate, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how the auto company could fundamentally change energy consumption in the U.S.
Tesla's latest battery initiative proves it's worthy of investors' attention—just not at a valuation 10 times that of BMW, says Michael Yoshikami.
CNBC reports that both Keith Meister's Corvex and Dan Loeb's Third Point have taken large stakes in Yum Brands.
Benjamin Moore CEO Michael Searles tells CNBC that higher household formations show the U.S. consumer is doing better.
American Wave Machines, a company that designs surf pools, is eyeing shopping centers for growth.
Robust demand for trucks, crossover and sports utility vehicles kept the industry on track for its best year in almost a decade.
The announcement of Tesla's stationary storage battery although highly expected doesn't seem to convince analysts.
Hardware for tech giant's newest device costs less compared to the retail price than many of its previous products.
Some NFL teams see their ticket prices jump after scoring big in the annual draft, and some don't.
Despite protests from taxi drivers, Portland is experimenting with letting Uber and Lyft operate in the city. Will other cities follow?
Retailers are tapping into more unique tactics to get shoppers spending in their stores.
The idea that cable firms can stop the natural trend in customer behavior toward online video is ridiculous, Rob Marcus tells CNBC.
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