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As Diane von Furstenberg tells CNBC about her fashion career, we look at other iconic styles, like the famous polo shirt and desirable red soled heel.
Apple has reclaimed its crown as the world's most valuable brand, worth a staggering $247 billion, according to WPP and Milward Brown.
Soaring rents and food costs, alongside labor shortages and stiff competition, are some challenges that young cafe owners face in Singapore.
A building apparently affiliated with Apple in Arizona caught fire, sending smoke billowing from its roof on Tuesday.
It follows dismal initial readings of first-quarter GDP and disappointing May factory surveys from other regional Fed locations.
The White House called for further review from the scientific community on human genome editing in a note issued Tuesday.
Like it or not, we are all liars. Some are big, some are small. Here are 3 techniques to spot the lie.
Worried about having too many drinks on a work night? A study suggests that this isn’t such a big deal for your productivity, but rather sleep.
Here's the truth about women in leadership roles—and why we should stop blaming them, says Allyson Zimmermann of the nonprofit group Catalyst.
The move makes them the latest big food company scrambling to distance themselves from ingredients people might find unappetizing.
Last year, short-term rewards and bonuses for workers made up a record 12.7 percent of payrolls, the NYT reports.
The transaction that would mark John Malone's latest conquest of the US cable industry.
In the world's fight against antibiotic resistance, Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers sees the need for a global antibiotics bailout.
Harnessing the so-called Internet of Things might help drivers get to their Memorial Day weekend destinations more quickly and safely.
Ten CEOs of S&P 500 companies scored paper gains on their stock holdings of $14.2 billion just this year, USA Today reports.
The transports may not be telling a tale of doom, and the reason for the selloff in the airlines Wednesday may help to explain that.
Fischer on Thursday said the euro zone crisis had made the monetary union stronger and proved that the ECB can carry out effective policy.
Wall Street investors and the Federal Reserve are both dismissing this possibility, Jim Paulsen said.
A new survey finds that renters in more expensive cities are more satisfied than those renting in cheaper locations.
Airbus warned of job losses and "huge" economic risks if Britain votes to leave the European Union in a referendum to be held by 2017.