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A British IT entrepreneur will file a counter claim against HP a day after the company lodged a claim against him for $5.1 billion.
Table service in Germany, breakfast all day in San Diego are signs that right steps are being taken at one company.
IBM says it is planning a new unit that will sell its expertise in gathering and analyzing real-time data.
Many retail investors have suffered big losses recently. The reason? Bad advice from brokers, they say.
Businesses can lower risk to their supply chains by setting up shop in these countries, a study says.
Teck Resources denied reports on Monday that it was in discussions with Chilean copper miner Antofagasta on a potential merger.
Alexis Tsipras said his government was ready to implement a deal struck with euro zone lenders in February.
Tod Wilson, founder of Mr. Tod's Pie Factory, was the first winner on “Shark Tank.” CNBC.com caught up with him to see what's happened since.
Atlantic City, New Jersey's struggling gambling hub, will get a 60-day extension of a $40 million state loan that was due Tuesday.
PayPal founder Max Levchin is speaking out against Indiana's "religious freedom" law and encouraging other Silicon Valley executives to examine their ties to the state.
Billionaire financier George Soros is ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine, if Western countries help private investment there.
Experts Tom Lee and Lindsey Bell said that, despite a "weak" first quarter, they remain high on U.S. equities.
The GOP's problem is that the public has evolved rapidly on gay rights while the activist base of the party has not. Politico's Ben White reports.
Ren Jianxin has orchestrated half-a-dozen acquisitions across the globe has yet to do a major deal in the U.S., the FT reports.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is getting a new title -- blogger.
A French bill aimed at decriminalizing prostitutes and fining their customers is being turned upside down by the Senate, led by the opposition.
A spokesman at Fort Meade says two people are being treated for injuries at one of the gates of the sprawling Army installation near Baltimore.
'We came in with such optimism, and the earnings really hurt us. A lot of that is the strong dollar, but the earnings have been … disappointing.'
U.S. regulators took aim at financier Lynn Tilton and her advisory business on Monday, saying she defrauded investors.
Two companies in a $1.4 billion investment fund managed by Morgan Stanley froze trading in their stocks.