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CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on weakness in chip stocks, and Apple holding up the Nasdaq today despite the battle with the government.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The FMHR traders name their "spring cleaning" stocks, also known as stocks you can ditch.
Even in this time of partisan rancor, there is one issue that unites Democrats and Republicans, say Robert Bennett and Dan Glickman.
Perhaps the biggest risk businesses face is the failure to build strong female talent pipelines, research shows.
These business rock stars found a college degree is not necessarily a pre-req for phenomenal success.
'Business is a full-contact sport, and it's hard,' one CEO said. But this is crucial to rising to the top, CEOs say.
Find out how this new, on-demand service is taking the headache out of packing up and sending back your returns.
John Rainey, PayPal CFO, shares his outlook on PayPal's growth and what the company is doing to combat growing competition in the mobile payment space.
Bill George says United Airlines' dismal performance proves it's time for change. And Gordon Bethune is the perfect guy to lead the charge.
Investors are seeking U.S. junk bond funds at the fastest pace on record, the Financial Times reports.
Security chiefs have more money to defend against cyberthreats, but the flood of new tools is creating an even bigger headache.
The prices you see while shopping on the Web are aren't always the same as the deals displayed to others. Here's how to stop it.
If there was a guide for technology companies in 2016, one rule would be to never get in the way of Google's parent company. USA Today reports.
This summer, Wall Street firms will launch products that allow users to conduct peer-to-peer transfers between banks.
The gender gap isn't limited to women getting paid less by employers. Women shoppers pay more for many female-branded products.
Total giving by the top 50 philanthropists in America dropped 30 percent last year to the lowest amount since 2010.
History shows most moonshot IPOs trade down before an upward trajectory. Now may be the time to hunt for value in the tech junk heap.
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns says Carl Icahn was not the driving force in the decision to split into two publicly traded companies.
Xerox shares whipsawed in extended trading Thursday after The Wall Street Journal reported the technology company would split into two companies.