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They may be many, many miles up in the air, but satellites have a vital role to play when it comes to analyzing our planet.
While much of the oil industry is bleeding from low prices and oversupply, one segment is getting a boost.
Mainland investors have often been referred to as "gamblers" or "cash hoarders." Authors of a new study beg to differ.
This could be a game changer for diagnosis and surgery planning.
Apparently the iPhone was invented nearly 350 years ago, according to Apple boss Tim Cook's interpretation of a painting.
Calls are growing in the US to allow workers paid leave to spend time with their new pets
Scientists believe that there could be the building blocks of life on Jupiter's moon, Europa. NASA is hoping to send a probe to find out by the early 2020's. CNBC's Phil Han reports.
Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao explains how she took Vietnam's low-cost carrier from "bikini flights" to IPO, and how she'll conquer global aviation.
NASA will test its expandable activity module attached to the International Space Station. It is seen as a critical first step in the way humans will try and colonize the red planet.
The weekly dollar index chart shows several interesting patterns. On balance, the bias is towards renewed dollar strength.
Decisions by the likes of Twitter and YouTube to stream sports online may push more consumers to “cut the cord” of their television service.
A set of four folios from Shakespeare's earliest works is going on sale at Christie's and is expected to fetch hundreds of thousands.
Euro zone finance ministers agreed with Greece and the IMF on what they called a "breakthrough" deal that will address Athens' requests for debt relief.
In the hedge fund world, the rich are getting richer — but just barely.
Singapore's regulators have shut down a private bank implicated in investigations of Malaysia's troubled development fund 1MDB.
A Chinese company wants to put this bus onto city streets because it is capable of straddling two lanes of traffic and can carry up to 1400 people.
A class action lawsuit against Fitbit may have grown teeth with a new study claiming the company’s heart rate trackers are “highly inaccurate.”
Coca-Cola's manufacturing plant in Venezuela is halting production due to a shortage of sugar. The announcement is part of a worrying trend of Venezuela's worsening economic crisis. CNBC's Phil Han reports.
“The Angry Birds Movie”, based on the popular game, flew to the top of the U.S. box office after earning $39 million in its first weekend.
Europe's apparent inability to secure its monetary union leaves the world without any credible dollar alternatives.