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The co-founder and former head of Autonomy, the software company accused of massive accounting fraud by HP, has defended it against claims of alleged accounting irregularities by the U.S. Air Force.
With HP's operating debt paid off and $12.2 billion on the balance sheet, CEO Meg Whitman has signaled in interviews that HP may be on the hunt for an acquisition or two in 2014.
Tornado fighter jets containing 3-D-printed parts have flown for the first time, defense giant BAE Systems said.
Working through a long list of legal problems, JPMorgan Chase is starting the new year with another steep payout to the government. The NYT reports.
Liberty Media said it would offer to buy out minority shareholders in Sirius XM.
Some customers notice when they get less yogurt for the same price.
Nissan has unveiled the NV200, the latest vehicle to be added to the famous line of London's black taxis.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was flown from the Galápagos by an Ecuadorean navy helicopter after a kidney stone attack.
BlackBerry is filing suit against Typo Products to block the company from selling a keyboard identical to the smartphone maker's.
Technology is transforming virtually every aspect of the automobile, from engines to headlights.
Sometimes stock picking forces investors to make tough decisions. Jim Cramer feels your pain.
In fact, users of gaming sites operated by the Borgata have created more than 20,000 accounts to bet real money online in New Jersey, the casino's COO told CNBC.
You don't get to go behind the scenes to see underwriters bring an IPO to its first trade very often, but CNBC did it with Twitter.
Legal recreational marijuana came to Colorado on Wednesday, but all of that competition hasn't necessarily driven down prices.
Showtime's strategy in the high-stakes game of pay-per-view boxing worked once. Now it hopes the gameplan works again.
Want to be a better leader in 2014? You won't get there by being ordinary. Here are six New Year's resolutions from the CEO of Deloitte Consulting to help you up your game.
A number of players managed to top the stock index with smart stock-picking or distressed investing nonetheless. The big winners?
Veteran market insider Art Cashin revealed two potential surprises that he thinks could roil markets in 2014 on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The Dow could top its fair market value of 18,000 next year, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
Malware will go more mobile next year as digital currencies fuel malicious ransomware attacks worldwide, according to McAfee Labs.