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As the Fourth of July weekend looms and citizens prep their grills and ready their fireworks, some Americans are packing their bags.
The average sales price for a Manhattan apartment hit $1,872,000 in the second quarter—an all-time record, according to data from Douglas Elliman.
Retailers are peering into their crystal balls to get a sense of what's to come during the winter holidays.
The nation is a patchwork of laws when it comes to regulating fireworks. Still, legality seems to have little to do with people injuring themselves.
U.S. franchise job gains bounced back in June from a 14-month low in May, ADP said Wednesday.
Success depends on one's ability to communicate and motivate, top-flight CEOs and founders reveal. They share their winning formulas.
The number of planned layoffs announced by U.S.-based companies ticked up nearly 10 percent in June from the previous month.
ACE will acquire Chubb in a cash and stock deal valued at $28.3 billion.
Private companies in June created positions at the fastest clip this year, indicating a thaw in the labor market as summer began.
Fiat Chrysler's June auto sales rose 8 percent, boosted by Jeep, to top Ford for the first time. GM slipped 3 percent.
Rising mortgage rates are taking their toll on both home buyers and home owners looking to save on their monthly payments.
Three seconds still counts as a video view on Facebook — unless, of course, you’re paying for that view.
Nike, the world's largest sports shoe company, said Chairman and co-founder Phil Knight would step down next year.
Think Obama's new overtime policy will help your paycheck? You may be wrong, the Fiscal Times reports.
In order to kick start a second half rally, sales and capital spending need to pick up.
The United States and Cuba will announce plans to open embassies, a key step in normalizing relations after more than 50 years.
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, also known as PREPA, reached a deal with creditors to make a $416 million payment
OppenheimerFunds, the largest holder of Puerto Rico debt, warned the island it stands ready to defend the terms of bonds it holds.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg set out to answer the question: Would I pay $10 a month — $120 a year — to use it?
After rent increases forced FAO Schwarz to plan on leaving its Fifth Avenue location, it may have found a new home, the Commercial Observer reports.
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Chicago-area craft brewer, 5 Rabbit Brewer is the latest business to tell Donald Trump he's fired.
Tonight, Billy Joel will set the record for the most performances ever at Madison Square Garden.
Confederate flags will be allowed at Daytona this weekend, but fans will be invited to exchange them, says NBC Sports.
June is the third month in the last four with a sales pace over 17 million vehicles and make the first half of this year the strongest for auto sales since 2002, CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
Gian Fulgoni, comScore Inc. executive chairman & co-founder, discusses the online travel space and how digital commerce performed in Q1.
Top technician Rich Ross explains why Tesla's charts are setting up for a massive rally.