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Smartphone dependency is up sharply, particularly among lower-income Americans, according to new Pew data.
Growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector rose to a five-month high in March as output and employment gained, according to an industry report.
Atlanta Fed president Dennis Lockhart said that the U.S. remains on track for a rate hike in the June to September period.
Private business job creation decelerated in March as an economic slowdown put a dent in activity.
Millennials are about to buy into the housing market, and strategist Bill Smead tells CNBC he is betting on their future spending trends.
After the best quarter in years for the greenback, traders make the call on the second quarter.
With the March jobs report, there are some questions about whether Wall Street is set up for a disappointment. Growth in 1Q slowed to a crawl.
Historically, April is far from the cruelest month for stocks. In fact, it's been the best performer for 50 years.
Boomers were job hoppers in their careers, according to a government report that found they changed employers nearly a dozen times.
Top Blackstone strategist Byron Wien explores four key macroeconomic issues and why many investors are getting them wrong.
While the Bacon Cheeseburger Index is intended as lighthearted look at economic conditions, for the Fed inflation is serious business.
McDonald's and labor unions are in a fight that has entered a key phase this week, and the ultimate outcome could alter the franchising model.
Nomura's Janjuah believes that any rate hike could be postponed and that more aggressive easing could be on the way.
The Fed is likely to start raising borrowing costs, and improvement of the labor market would be a factor in deciding when to move.
The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index hit 101.3 in March, beating estimates.
The tax system is unfair, it kills jobs, and gives some an unfair advantage. It's time to ax the income tax, says Peter Morici.
The Institute for Supply Management-Chicago Business Barometer edged up after a sharp decline the previous month, but fell below expectations.
"This is a very dangerous development," with the tail wagging the dog, former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh tells CNBC.
Existing security software fails to keep out the bad guys. Tanium changes the game by limiting the damage the hackers can inflict.
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, said he believes a case can be made for an increase in rates relatively soon.