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A JP Morgan senior analyst told CNBC why diet soda is becoming less popular with American consumers.
A finance power woman strikes it out on her own in the world of popcorn.
Flying Dog Brewery is bringing back its Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale after having trouble keeping it in stock during its debut.
Major contact lens manufacturers have enacted pricing policies that limit what contact lens discounters can charge, reports The NYT.
Amazon is in talks to buy online luxury retailer Net-a-porter in what could be the biggest acquisition yet for the e-commerce giant.
In the wake of Tuesday's plane crash, Lufthansa may already be offering settlements to the families of the 150 passengers who were killed.
WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan, discusses the upcoming WrestleMania 31 annual event, the best way to reach fans and the best financial move he ever made.
CNBC's Jane Wells unveils Taco Bell's new biscuit taco, saying Taco Bell's CEO Brian Niccol wants to make breakfast as big as late night traffic, and eventually bring breakfast to the late night menu.
Periscope and Meerkat are betting on live-streaming as the next big thing. What's the difference between the two buzzy apps?
Meet the PancakeBot: the world’s first pancake printer that allows you to design your own pancakes, print them in different colors and then eat them.
Music icon Willie Nelson is going into the weed business, according to a pot activist.
RadioShack's rescue deal to keep 1,740 stores open was attacked on Thursday by the bankrupt retailer's top creditor.
Dov Charney is claiming $40 million in damages for a breach of employment contract, his attorney said.
Most will admit that business travel never comes cheap. U.S. domestic trips cost $990 (2014), yet these prices pale in comparison to this city.
Vice is well equipped to start covering daily news for HBO, its CEO Shane Smith said, touting his company's different approach to news.
It looks like Lululemon has learned a lesson from its past controversies, and is working to develop merchandise to fit a fuller-figured customer.
With Ruth Porat leaving Wall Street for Silicon Valley, Turney Duff takes a look at other ex-Wall Street friends and where they are now.
Turney Duff checks in with former Wall Street friend Max Katbat, who left his job as a trader for a career in "conscious" marketing.
Turney Duff checks in with former Wall Street friend Erin Duffy, who left her job as an interest-rate salesperson for a career as a novelist.
As voting gets underway in Round Two of CNBC's most loved beer label contest, here's a look at those that prevailed in Round One.