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Electronic cigarettes, promoted as a healthier alternative to tobacco, are getting powerful new backers: big tobacco firms. NYT reports.
U.S. consumer prices logged their largest jump in more than a year as housing starts and building permits slumped.
When do threatening comments made on social media sites cross the line into criminal activity? The USAToday reports.
Three major banks are below or almost at minimum capital thresholds expected to be included in a rule still being hammered out by U.S. regulators.
A small town was devastated Monday when two tornadoes touched down simultaneously in northeast Nebraska, killing one person and injuring at least 16.
United Parcel Service said it will start charging by size of packages for all ground services in the U.S., as it looks to offset rising fuel costs.
From revolutionary sites and apps to cloud-based services, these tech firms dominate this year's CNBC Disruptor 50 list.
CNBC's second annual Disruptor 50 list features companies whose innovations are having a dramatic impact across their industries—and society.
Very few companies disrupt anything at all, but some, like Apple and Google, have disrupted markets time and again. Guy Kawasaki notes how.
Today there are more options for investors to invest in disruptive start-ups that promise to become billion-dollar Wall Street darlings.
AT&T will be the exclusive carrier for Amazon.com's new smartphone being unveiled Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Quality is becoming more important than price, according to the American Customer Service Index.
On the floor of the NYMEX, low volatility is forcing traders to try out new strategies—and crossword puzzles.
Chipmaker SanDisk said it would buy flash storage device maker Fusion-io for about $1.1 billion.
How do you know when you’re being played in this market? This ex-Galleon trader offers insight on how you know — and how you play them right back.
The Ford Escape is living up to its name when it comes to popularity with thieves, a new study says.
Warren Buffett is categorically denying money manager David Winters' comments speculating that Coca-Cola could be taken private.
Republican Gov. Rick Perry tells CNBC that he doesn't "necessarily condone" what he referred to as the gay "lifestyle," nor does he "condemn it either."
The severe drought in the Southwest and other parts of the country is causing pain. But most Americans seem to take it in stride.
With its cost-effective technology, Space X is disrupting an industry that promises to be the biggest innovation economy in human history.
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If you had a million – or a billion – dollars, which celebrity bad boy would you most be like – Charlie Sheen? Justin Bieber?
Our story this week on one man's food bonanza gave rise to the pragmatic if not really important question: Should you tip on take out orders?
Batter up: Tucci and other upstart bat makers are challenging the Louisville Slugger in this year's World Series.
It's not the iPhone, or anything inside, that's caught Mad Money host Jim Cramer's eye.
Which companies could benefit from Apple's new payment system Apple Pay? Mad Money host Jim Cramer likes VeriFone.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why he thinks investors should start selling Palo Alto Networks after the company's recent magnificent earnings beat.