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Other hotels should help out the Dorchester's staff, one business executive said.
Walt Disney reported higher profit that beat Wall Street expectations, boosted by the continued strength of its blockbuster animated film "Frozen."
Flowers? Chocolate? Forget about it! Many working moms say they crave something money can't buy.
The rich plan to spend more in 2014 on vacations, home improvement and cars and less on fashion and collectibles.
The vote had been delayed in order to build support for the plan that would wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants the next debate in Congress on student loans to focus on refinancing-and she wants the wealthy to pay for it.
The chip-maker unveiled a new line of laptops that run on the Chrome operating system.
Emergency rooms are no less crowded since Obamacare started, Tenet Healthcare CEO Trevor Fetter tells CNBC.
Large farms with over $1 million in sales account for only four percent of all farms, but 66 percent of all sales.
Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel's name has been added to the list of retail execs caught in a nasty game of musical chairs.
Walt Disney World is preparing to open its first new roller coaster since 2006.
Prudential Insurance mistakenly mailed the 1099s of 700 of its clients to the wrong addresses.
General Motors is recalling 59,628 Saturn Aura cars in the U.S. and Canada, because of possible automatic transmission shifters failure.
New NBA commissioner Adam Silver made famous by Donald Sterling's racist rant lets one well-heeled person pick his brain.
Target Interim CEO and President John Mulligan told Reuters on Tuesday he's not interested in becoming the company's new CEO.
The iPhone may lose its luster in a few decades, but people will still drink Dom Pérignon, LVMH's Bernard Arnault says.
GM is offering a big incentive to consumers affected by a massive recall: employee pricing on a new car.
Activision said the cost to develop and promote its new game, Destiny, will reach about $500 million.
A San Francisco-based small business has designed a a suit designed for biking to work and presentable enough to take meetings.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. The markets were closed for Thanksgiving, but did manage to hit new highs. Low oil prices gave consumers more money to spend for Black Friday.
This year Black Friday started a day early. Will Thanksgiving Day bargains boost the nearly 20% of annual sales retailers hope to see during the holiday season? Macy's Chairman & CEO Terry Lundgren discusses consumer confidence and how one of the world's largest department stores manages to pull in record crowds to make miracles on 34th Street.
Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter says add to winning trades and continue to do what is working. Gartman also says lower gas prices are good for American consumer.