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Mobile payments company Square has secured a new revolving credit facility as the burgeoning startup seeks more permanent capital
General Motors again boosted discounts on its full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickups after being outsold in March by Chrysler's Ram 1500.
Researchers say people who live in areas with great sprawl are at greater risk for obesity and other health problems.
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier," the sequel to Marvel's 2011 film, smashed its way to $96.2 million in weekend ticket sales
Rock stars who die at the height of their fame never truly recede from either the public consciousness or corporate coffers
CEO pay jumped a whopping 13% in 2013 to break the $10 million barrier with the median compensation hitting $10.5 million.
The Justice Department is investigating high-speed trading for possible insider trading, Attorney General Eric Holder tells lawmakers.
Memorial Day is still nearly two months away, but scoring a beachfront summer rental is a lot easier—and cheaper—for vacationers able to plan ahead.
Job creation returned to form in March as companies shook off the winter blues and started hiring again.
The social networking giant Facebook has expressed interest in exploring how it can develop anonymity services.
Facing a constant shortage of workers, a Houston firm launched an internal training program costing $50 million a year with a big payoff.
The U.S. firearms industry grew dramatically in both jobs and total output in 2013, despite a major gun control push following the Newtown, Conn., school shooting.
It won't be long before today's high school seniors become tomorrow's poor undergrads. Here are some extreme funding measures to help pay for college.
Former Goldman Sachs Asset Management chief Jim O' Neill has cautioned investors expecting a U.S.-led global bull market this year.
Of all the insurance companies that Jim Cramer follows, he said AIG has got to be the cheapest.
McDonald's closed its restaurants in Crimea, after a prominent Moscow politician called for all the U.S. fast food chain's outlets in Russia to be shut.
The White House said it has attempted, and failed, to build a social media site in Cuba, but held that it was meant for discussion, not a coup.
Exxon Mobil has agreed to disclose more information about the risks of hydraulic fracturing, the process known as fracking.
MillerCoors said it had uncovered a scheme in which two ex-employees allegedly embezzled millions of dollars.
The Fed must ensure its forward guidance is flexible enough to allow it to respond to changing conditions, a top Fed official said.
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Considering a jaunt to the Hamptons or Martha's Vineyard for the long holiday weekend? You may want to make other plans.
Stock holdings, family businesses and real estate have left these lawmakers flush with cash.
Babolat's Play, a smart racket that tracks a tennis player's performance, may take the tennis tech battle to a whole new level.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says you should never dump a stock you have conviction in simply because some famous money manager is selling it.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer breaks down the fixation with Fed minutes and why they may be the most over-hyped report in the investing world.
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