AT&T said that it would be taking a $10 billion charge, but the company said that it would not have an effect on its operating profits.
Jim Thompson, the founder and chairman of Crown Worldwide, celebrated his birthday with pushups.
Stocks rose Friday as crude surged.
Millions of people are potentially eligible for exemptions from Obamacare taxes, but many won't apply for those waivers.
After a scorching four years, the luxury real-estate market may be cooling off, according to the CNBC Luxury Real-Estate Report, conducted by Redfin.
A publisher will stop selling a book whose young, paralyzed subject says the story of going to heaven is not true. USA Today.
BlackBerry's 16th anniversary may not be a sweet one. But the stock is up 75 percent since late 2013 and some analysts are actually bullish.
Amazon's tax arrangement in Luxembourg may have run foul of EU rules by giving it an unfair advantage over its competitors, regulators said.
The U.S. Postal Services is proposing higher prices for mailing letters and postcards starting on April 26.
Wet Seal filed for bankruptcy protection late, a week after the struggling apparel retailer laid off 3,700 employees and closed 338 stores.
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Companies making headlines before the bell Friday:
It was the weakest year-on-year reading since October 2009, and followed a 1.3 percent rise in November.
Gold traded near its highest level in four months and close to logging its best week of trade in ten months.
Saudi Arabia has been constructing a 600-mile barrier on its border with Iraq since September, with the aim of keeping out ISIS militants.
U.S. stock index futures fell on Friday, with markets around the world still unsettled by the Swiss central bank's shock move on Thursday.
Goldman Sachs topped quarterly results, but an unexpected bout of volatility hit revenue in its business that trades bonds, currencies and commodities.
Jim Chanos told CNBC on Friday he's been short major oil companies for a couple years because the North American shale explosion has been "uneconomical for drillers."
Fans are the key to success, as studios look for sure bets and tend to invest more in films starring those actresses.
Markets will see further degrees of elevated volatility if the European Central Bank does not step up to market expectations, Jeremy Stretch said.