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After Apple's disappointing outlook and iPhone sales, a debate is heating up over where the consumer electronics giant's share price is headed.
A CNBC survey predicts the Fed will taper its asset buying with a $10 billion reduction at each meeting this year.
One of the issues in integrating online shopping and physical stores is identifying where to assign sales credit.
Another blast of winter weather in the U.S. Southeast and Midwest has forced the cancellation of thousands of flights.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods tumbled unexpectedly in December.
Global smartphone shipments climbed 38.4 percent last year, research firm IDC said.
A new NBC-News/Wall Street Journal poll shows a 51 percent majority of the public disapprove Obama's job performance.
A House plan to make major cuts to food stamps would be scaled back under a bipartisan agreement on a massive farm bill.
Girl Scouts will descend upon supermarkets and businesses to peddle boxes of new gluten-free cookies.
Google is adding prescription frames and new styles of detachable sunglasses to its computerized, Internet-connected goggles.
P&G is introducing new flavors for Crest toothpaste—mint chocolate trek, lime spearmint zest and vanilla mint spark.
Ford posted a higher-than-expected profit as strength in its core North American market offset losses in Europe and South America.
Even though the tech giant beat expectations, investors turned away—probably scared off by flat growth in many of its businesses.
Thirty-two years after building its first car in the United States, Honda has reached the point where it is a net exporter of vehicles from the U.S.
Tight credit and more expensive homes, versus existing houses, are keeping many buyers out of the market.
The U.K.'s Royal Household has mismanaged its finances, according to the British Parliament's finance watchdog.
Starting July 1, Southwest Airlines will start flying its own planes to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Most at risk for the AMT are upper-middle-class earners with incomes between $200,000 and $500,000.
When the Broncos take on the Seahawks in the Super Bowl on Sunday, gamblers will risk money on a series of unique, novelty bets.
Tuesday's State of the Union speech will likely be more a chance for a reset than a feel-good moment. NBC News reports.