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The former Facebook and Napster executive is retaining advisers to bring new focus to his political enterprises, says Politico.
The top advice retirees would give to younger workers: Start saving now for retirement in order to max out compounded-interest gains.
Nike laid off workers in its Fuelband division, showing that selling activity trackers and other wearables is not easy, even for a fitness company.
Kraft Foods is recalling about 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners because the packages may instead contain hot dogs made with milk.
Lumoid is a new company that lets consumers rent digital cameras, Re/code reports. They could become a go-to source for photo buffs.
General Motors' massive recall of cars has not impacted the automaker's business in China, says President Dan Ammann.
The amount Amazon reports through a tax-exempt vehicle in Europe has dropped in the past two years, after the IRS tightened rules.
Economic growth has picked up as business activity thaws out from a frigid winter, investment strategist Jim Paulsen told CNBC on Monday.
Investors will want to keep a close eye on Netflix's subscribers numbers, when the company releases its quarterly report after the bell on Monday.
For Americans who can’t find jobs, the booming demand for temp workers has been a path out of unemployment, but now many fear it’s a dead-end route.
HealthCare.gov warned enrollees that their passwords had been reset to guard against the "Heartbleed" bug.
Apple and Google are wooing developers to ensure that top game titles arrive first on devices powered by their operating system, the WSJ reported.
Guarded by extra police officers and monitored by more security cameras, 36,000 runners will step off in the town of Hopkinton on Monday.
Business in the U.S. is expected to pick up again now that the worst of the harsh winter weather is over, a survey of economists showed.
Sarepta Therapeutics got the go-ahead to file for approval of its experimental drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
A U.S. bankruptcy judge largely declined to rule that AMR Corp. had a unilateral right to terminate benefits for nearly 47,000 retirees.
A U.S. appeals court is set hear a case whose outcome could make it harder to prosecute insider trading and may jeopardize some guilty verdicts.
You're getting a tax refund, so you filed early. So where's your check?
Mark Karpeles, the CEO of Mt. Gox, said he would not come to the US to answer questions about the Japanese bitcoin exchange's U.S. bankruptcy case
General Motors waited years to recall nearly 335,000 Saturn Ions for power steering failures despite getting thousands of consumer complaints
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Amazon.com will offer 3-D printing that allows customers to customize and build items from third-party sellers on its website.
What can a million dollars buy you in the reclaimed property market? CNBC went across the country to find out.
1 in 5 people in developing regions continue to live on less than the international poverty threshold of $1.25 a day, according to the United Nations.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports Amazon is preparing to roll out its own mobile credit card reader in the next few weeks to compete against Square and PayPal. The "Squawk Alley" team provides insight.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks to BlackBerry CEO John Chen about the partnership between Apple and IBM and what it means for BlackBerry.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the Libyan government is asking for international help to deal with a massive fuel tank fire that began because of fighting between militias.