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Amid a brutal winter, CNBC's Eric Chemi asks, can specific food items ordered for home delivery help predict the size of the tip?
During war games, Iran state TV shows missiles hitting a full-scale model of U.S. Navy aircraft carrier. USA Today reports.
If regulators toss a distance restriction on flights from LaGuardia Airport, it could open up transcontinental flights.
The cup is made from a wafer-like biscuit, then wrapped in sugar paper and lined with a layer of heat-resistant white chocolate, USAT reports.
U.S. wine export revenue reached $1.49 billion in 2014, the second-highest level ever, according to the Wine Institute.
Target made several bets that paid off in the fourth quarter, CFO John Mulligan said.
Arthur Mondella, president and CEO of Dell's Maraschino Cherries, killed himself Tuesday during a drug raid.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down connectivity issues drivers are experiencing in their autos.
LeBron James threw a jab at McDonald's, which is a problem because the fast food giant has an endorsement deal with the NBA superstar.
Plans to hike employee pay could spell trouble for Wal-Mart, according to the latest research.
As it begins testing off-price locations, Macy's faces headwinds that its competitors didn't have to grapple with.
A lawsuit claims that thousands of dogs have become ill or died as a result of eating Purina Beneful dry kibble dog food.
Attempting to reach more kids–and their parents–Netflix has ordered remakes of the beloved television series Inspector Gadget.
The House has begun hearings on the U.S. food stamp program. They'll be watched closely by more than just the hungry.
Days after Wal-Mart announced pay raises, TJX said that it, too, will boost hourly wages.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Wal-Mart should be worried about Target after the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
In-car connectivity and communication systems are twice as likely to break down after three years than during the first three months.
Splenda announces corn-based natural sweetener with 90 percent fewer calories than sugar, made by British manufacturer. USA Today reports.
Paul Trussell, Deutsche Bank analyst breaks down the retailers quarterly numbers and weighs in on the impact of raising the minimum wage as Wal-mart did.
Ahead of the Oscars 2015, Adrian Wootton, chief executive of Film London and the British Film Commission talks about the growth in the U.K. film industry.