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A plan to roll back higher flood insurance premiums is making homeowners happy, but one analyst says it only makes the situation worse.
What's old is new again at Starbucks as the chain brings back some fan favorites it had axed from the menu.
The average sales price for apartments in New York City jumped 15 percent in the first quarter to $1,773,523, putting the average price per square foot at $1,363.
The Final Four NCAA basketball tournament will make for a busy and profitable weekend, food retailer CEOs tell CNBC.
The next move for world oil prices is likely lower, as growing U.S. oil production outweighs the impact of elevated tensions surrounding Ukraine.
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Apple and Samsung return to federal court for opening statements in their latest patent battle.
The White House task force that oversaw the 2009 bailout of General Motors was unaware of any problems with faulty ignition switches, a former member tells CNBC.
Wal-Mart unveiled a futuristic truck at the Mid-America Trucking Show, and it looks like a vehicle out of a Transformers movie.
It may have taken years to get to Apple's App Store, but Microsoft's new Office apps look to be having a fine debut.
Federal agents are investigating whether high-speed trading companies violate laws by using fast-moving market data not available to other traders.
Almost half of Americans still believe a savings account is a better way to save for college than a 529 plan, and that's a costly misconception.
Yahoo is in preliminary talks to acquire online video service News Distribution Network for $300 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Social media service Weibo, sometimes called the Twitter of China, will list on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol WB.
Here's a look at five cars that will make your daily commute through rush hour a more palatable experience.
Hewlett-Packard agreed to pay $57 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the PC maker's former management of defrauding shareholders.
Traders are looking for manufacturing data and March car sales to show some snap back from February's chilled results.
Cash is king in America as companies hoard more cash than ever before, according a new report from Moody's that examined nonfinancial companies.
When General Motors goes to Capitol Hill, it sees a lot of friendly faces.
A deluge of health insurance shoppers flooded Obamacare exchanges over the weekend and into Monday, rushing to beat the midnight enrollment deadline.
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Ridesharing app Uber announces a service aimed at making the company more valuable for business travelers.
The Gherkin, one of London’s most recognizable buildings, is up for sale, and is expected to reach £650 million plus, according to property sources.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says the action in El Pollo Loco could be indicative of a market top.
CNBC's David Faber explains the shareholder benefit after Windstream announced it is spinning off its assets into a publicly traded REIT.
Vote now: A personal assistant A.I. robot vs. a no-fee smartphone controlled security system.
Kurt Kuehn, UPS CFO, discusses the company's quarterly earnings and spending initiatives that increased operating expenses but will provide long-term benefits. Kuehn also shares his opinions on America's corporate tax structure.