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Consumer spending is likely to pick up this year, while government spending declines at a faster rate, according to a survey of business economists.
The Federal Reserve should not go from "wild turkey" monetary policy to "cold turkey" overnight, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher told CNBC on Monday.
Hackers working for China's army appear to have resumed their attacks on U.S. companies. The NYT reports.
After a scandal filled year, the chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase is in one of the greatest fights of his life.
Easy monetary policy by the Federal Reserve and other central banks is limiting supply of stocks, as well as fueling asset bubbles, one analyst warned on Monday.
The Obama administration on Friday said it was ready to free up about $260 billion so the nation could continue paying its bills as a temporary debt ceiling suspension lapses.
SAC said it may not be able to provider investors with frequent updates regarding the government insider-trading probe but there will be "more clarity" soon.
JC Penney CEO Mike Ullman told shareholders: "I have an enduring affection for J.C. Penney." They appeared to return the favor, at the company's shareholder meeting.
If you're lucky enough to win the upcoming half-billion-dollar Powerball, you'll also be putting a big smile on Uncle Sam's face. That's because the tax burden will be substantial.
The company, which was making zero dollars via its mobile-ad platform a year ago, turned things around.
Bloomberg LP on Friday announced the appointment of a privacy advisor after being embroiled in criticism of reporters use of Bloomberg terminals to obtain private information.
Millions of Americans have walked away from GM, Ford and Chrysler because of quality, reliability and service problems. But times are changing in Detroit.
The Supreme Court agrees to consider whether mutual fund employees are subject to the same whistleblower protections as those who work for publicly traded companies.
The big event this week is Wednesday, when U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke testifies in front of the Joint Economic Committee.
Yahoo said Monday it will buy blogging website Tumblr for $1.1 billion cash, in a bold move to make itself more relevant amid the explosion in social media on the Internet.
Yahoo is trying really hard to be cool again and it's hoping that Tumblr can help.
Congressional Republicans accused leaders of the IRS of lying as they opened the first in a series of hearings about the agency's targeting of conservative groups.
US consumer sentiment rebounded in early May to the highest level in nearly six years as Americans felt better about their financial and economic prospects.
One year after its dramatic fall from grace and a catastrophic IPO, fund managers and analysts CNBC spoke to, say it's time for investors to take another look at Facebook's stock.
President Obama on Thursday named White House budget official Daniel Werfel the new acting IRS commissioner.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks to David Karp's father about how his son went from high school drop out to CEO of a business that will soon be acquired by Yahoo for $1.1 billion.
John Manley, Wells Fargo Funds Management; and Alec Young, S&P Capital IQ, provide insight on where the markets are headed.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events from Europe today, as the FTSE 100 touches its highest level since September 2000.