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Travelers may find themselves sifting through air perk changes that may either keep them on board—or make them jump ship.
Major U.S. corporations have broadly supported President Barack Obama's healthcare reform despite concerns over several of its elements - until now.
With Switzerland edging toward an important referendum on its gold holdings, high-profile critics and advocates have added their voices to the argument.
Look for another record year of wine sales in the U.S., thanks to the needs of consumers who have to entertain during the holidays.
Macy's is cautiously optimistic about the possibility of a bullish holiday shopping season, CEO Terry Lundgren said in an interview.
Internet sales were up 20.6 percent on Black Friday compared to 2013, making it "the biggest shopping day in U.S. history," Custora said Saturday.
Airlines are soaring on lower oil prices, but other stocks are also seeing big boosts after OPEC's decision not to cut rates.
ECB Executive Board member Sabine Lautenschlaeger said on Saturday she saw little room for further easing of monetary policy.
What do jihadi militants crave on break at the battlefront? Pringles are one frontline favorite. Another is Red Bull.
It’s not just the Saudis who could get much poorer from the oil collapse, we all could if it triggers a wave of high-yield debt defaults.
Want to avoid throwing away your Thanksgiving leftovers? Now, there's an app for that.
The Russian rouble weakened to more than 50 to the U.S. dollar in late Friday trade
The Silicon Valley may still be the world's leader for all things start-up but the U.K capital is proving to be a strong competitor when it comes to financial technology.
The decision by the OPEC to keep production at current levels in spite of falling oil prices means trouble for the Russian economy, analysts warn.
Dennis Gartman has questioned whether the Dutch repatriation of their gold reserves will damage the U.S.'s reputation.
Euro zone inflation fell again in November amid expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) could try to bolster the region's economy by announcing further stimulus measures.
Some 25 years after the fall of communism, Prague has become a favorite shopping destination of Russian and Chinese rich.
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron has placed the blame for the sustained weakness in his country's economy with previous administrations.
The U.K. has become disillusioned with the two main parties. Why and what does it mean for the 2015 general election?
Britain's Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a daughter, the couple's residence Kensington Palace announced on Saturday.
Milan has been waiting since 2008 for this day and now it has finally come—but takeoff for the World Expo 2015 looks to be overshadowed by violent protests.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to celebrated soprano opera singer Jessye Norman, who speaks about her childhood growing up in Augusta, Georgia.
In part two, Norman talks about her big break in opera and some of the challenges she faced early on in her career, as well as her frustrations with the "racialism" she feels still exists in U.S. Congress.
As Jessye Norman tells CNBC that she once considered running for Congress, CNBC looks at some celebrities who've dabbled in politics.
A period of consolidation has investors worried that the Dow's long-term uptrend has run its course, but charts suggest otherwise.
Oil prices rose as the framework Iran deal offers little chance for a increase in oil exports, but charts suggest it's too early to expect any price rise.
The Shanghai Composite has rallied sharply this year, outperforming its regional peers in the first quarter, and charts suggest further upside is likely.