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The world may not be ready for another dot-com boom, but Wall Street is definitely warming up to IPOs again.
U.S. equity funds saw a record inflow of $40.3 billion in July, as the S&P 500 and Dow scale new heights in what some are calling an "invincible summer" for the country's stocks.
President Obama's move to overturn an import ban risks undermining the US's aggressive push for stricter intellectual property regimes around the world.The FT reports.
One of the biggest contributors to the ongoing decline of the U.S. nuclear industry is booming natural gas development, according to a new study.
Since the financial crisis, the wealthy have become the nation's top cash hoarders, filling up deposit accounts and money markets at a rapid clip.
Time Warner Cable has dropped CBS in New York, LA, Dallas and several other markets after a deadline expired. "We deeply regret this ill-advised action ..." CBS said.
August is traditionally deadsville for equity trading, but it's particularly dead for the IPO business. Everyone shuts down until September. Not this year....
President Obama is in the process of interviewing three candidates for the position at the helm of the central bank: Larry Summers, Janet Yellen, and a dark horse, Donald Kohn.
The CME Group paused trading in some Treasury contracts shortly before the jobs report on Friday after big orders hit the market.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn does not own shares in Hewlett-Packard, sources told CNBC, despite chatter to the contrary that helped boost the computer maker's stock 4 percent.
A couple deny allegations they ran a high-end prostitution and money-laundering operation from their Boca Raton, Fla., home and Massapequa, N.Y., rental property.
Bond prices took a swift, violent turn higher after the disappointing jobs report, but "the world has not changed," one analyst says.
With 76 million baby boomers reaching retirement age over the next decade, the need for long-term care services is expected to surge. What to do?
Dell's special committee has reached an agreement with the buyout group led by CEO Michael Dell to purchase the company for $13.75 per share.
Krystal Maxie-Collins knows it's tough to make a living. Workers like her plod along in positions that leave them barely enough money to keep food on the table.
A major deal could lead to an ironic outcome: more residents in anti-Obama states enrolling in health insurance exchanges than those in pro-Obama states.
Allowing users to choose anything from the color of the power button to a message on the back cover, the Moto X outpaces customization options available from its competitors.
The alert is issued because of an al-Qaeda terrorist threat. The State Department says the potential for terrorism is particularly strong in the Middle East and North Africa.
The relationship between Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer and activist investor Dan Loeb, who was the primary player in recruiting her for the top position, has gone sour, the New York Post reports.
Sen. John McCain and President Barack Obama may seem like an unlikely team, but amid an uncooperative House and Senate, they are coming to the middle and working to compromise.
Buffett talks about how he's feeling about insuring the March Madness "Quick Loans Billion-Dollar Bracket" contest.
These homes comes with rich, really rich, histories—tales of rags to riches, Rockefellers, fortunes and heirs.
The director of floor operations for UBS explains what will make the market vulnerable to further selling.
What will be the role of Bill Gates at Microsoft? Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses Bill Gates' comments on Satya Nadella and change at Microsoft. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's call to President Obama concerning U.S. government surveillance and the threat the NSA poses to the Internet. CNBC's Jon Fortt, weighs in.
Vail Resorts Chairman & CEO Robert Katz says his resort is still growing 6-8 percent despite the low snowfall in Tahoe.