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A not guilty verdict for a former UBS banker this week should not encourage tax dodgers, experts say.
Wall Street is punishing Kors for weaker sales growth, but a slow but steady pace is what the luxury brand may need.
A reduction in mall traffic means some retailers could expect lower sales this holiday shopping season, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Voters find candidates in their political party are more attractive, Today Show reports.
Working irregular shifts could be damaging an individual’s everyday life, internal body clock and social life.
As more goods travel by rail, Amtrak and other railway systems are seeing mounting collateral damage: gridlock.
Months after G.M. began recalls on millions of its cars, almost half of the vehicles still have not been fixed. NY Times reports.
Target will shutter 11 stores in the US, more than it has closed in the last two years combined.
The Billionaire Political Power Index tracks the wealthiest voters, whose votes count much more than yours does.
A start-up has created technology it says can detect cancer with a device that can be used in a surgery – or even home.
It looks like Matthew McConaughey was able to take Lincoln's MKC crossover SUV forward.
Amazon has introduced Prime Photos, the newest benefit for Prime members, which provides free unlimited photo storage in Amazon Cloud.
The government is suing Southwest Airlines after failing to reach a deal with the carrier over allegations that repairs didn't meet safety standards.
Burger King reported its highest growth in North America sales in two years, driven by Chicken Fries and strong sales of the BBQ Bacon Whopper burger.
According to a new study, airlines are expected to generate a new all-time high of $49.9 billion in ancillary revenues worldwide.
The final national races before the 2016 presidential contest hold important consequences.
Despite a heady run into November, stocks, particularly the lagging small caps, could be riding a tail wind into the year-end.
After last year's "Call of Duty: Ghosts" stumbled, analysts wonder if consumer fatigue may finally be hitting the franchise.
"Chariot" could help pull the increasingly top-heavy art market through another record-breaking auction season.
Young Americans are opting to rent rather than buy, due to low inventory in their price range and tight credit.
The FMHR traders have the play on Amazon's big profit, as the company grows it Prime space.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that Mitt Romney has told supporters he will not run for president in 2016.
Danny Meyer, Union Square Hospitality Group, and Randy Garutti, Shake Shack CEO, discuss Shake Shack's public debut on the NYSE.