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The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims rose last week, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a firming labor market.
The Internal Revenue Service expanded dollar limitations for some pension plans based on cost-of-living adjustments.
A new email malware pretends to provide information about the disease, but it actually infects the computer with malicious programs.
Double-digit price gains for homes from just a year ago are disappearing, and suddenly it's no longer a seller's market.
David Friedman said the agency "greatly" regrets that the information provided in its initial advisory was inaccurate.
IHS Technology tore apart a 2013 Tesla Model S to find out all the components that make the vehicle—the head unit alone holds nearly 5,300 parts.
China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. He delighted an audience of students in Beijing recently by chatting in Mandarin.
Sales of existing homes in Los Angeles were flat in September from August and down nearly 2 percent from a year ago.
Silicon Valley wages are back in the spotlight again, but not for the reason you think.
Bermuda is the world’s most attractive island for real estate investment, according to a recent report.
Even if your team didn't make the World Series, it may have performed better—financially—than the eventual pennant winner.
The U.S. manufacturing sector slowed to its lowest rate of growth since July, while a gauge of new orders hit its lowest level since January.
3M posted third-quarter earnings on Thursday of $1.98 a share, 2 cents higher than expected.
There's "no margin of safety" in the S&P 500 but stocks are not overpriced, billionaire Mario Gabelli tells CNBC.
What's it like to have a Never Ending Pasta Pass? One California man sheds light on potential weight gain and more.
Being a Secret Service agent requires extraordinary bravery. But sometimes, it also requires flirting with a foreign hacker.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is finding a fanbase among developers for expanding into cloud. The problem is all the old stuff.
Bank customers can expect a flurry of thick mail as credit companies rush to get chip cards into their hands ahead of the holiday season.
When Amazon reports earnings, investors will look for updates on a range of recent initiatives from the company that rarely turns a profit.
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