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The music inside stores can have an impact on how long we stay in a store and how much we buy. "The Sonic Boom" author Joel Beckerman explains.
A California Highway Patrol spokesperson told CNBC that there was one person killed and a second injured in the Virgin Galactic accident.
Top Marathoner Meb Keflezighi talks about the big business behind running marathons.
Home decorating is expected to nab about $2 billion this Halloween, and we're not talking scarecrows and a few pumpkins on the porch.
The fight over Ebola quarantines in the U.S. is discouraging doctors, nurses and other health workers from going to Africa. NBC News reports.
YouTube has partnered with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Legendary Entertainment for a Halloween competition.
The snowplow driver that caused the crash that killed the Total oil boss has been charged, the Daily Mail reports.
This billionaire really likes Halloween. Every year, hedge fund titan Marc Lasry turns his posh New York City home into an elaborate haunted house.
With Halloween falling on a Friday, many shoppers are stocking up—and spending more—so they're not caught in the same outfit as they celebrate all weekend.
The story comes from Pottermore.com, the online home for the world of Harry Potter, which shared her latest story exclusively with TODAY.com.
The average bill for treating chocolate toxicity in pets is rising. Why it pays to keep dogs out of the candy bowl.
School hours and curfews have compressed trick-or-treating timeframes, forcing kids to strategize for maximum candy collection.
Drink up: Cocktail and spirit pairings worth a raid of your kids' Halloween candy stash.
Turner Sports basketball analyst Charles Barkley is ready to put his money where his mouth is—and become the equivalent of a CEO for an NBA team.
If you repeatedly answer the phone in a fake robot voice, can you get suspended from your job? Affirmative.
An arctic blast gave millions of people a real reason to shiver early Friday, bringing a deep chill to Halloween festivities.
Paramount Pictures won the dismissal of a lawsuit in a slate of mid-2000s movies who said the studio concealed a risky business strategy.
Free users received bogus messages that appeared to be from interested members, but they had to upgrade their profiles to respond, the suit said.
Apple CEO Tim Cook came out and then went right back to work. It should always be that easy, says the CEO of StartOut.
The music industry—in the form of album sales—may be dying a long slow death for everyone else, but not for Taylor Swift.
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