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McDonald's is adding a permanent new offering to its menu: Chicken McWraps. And yes, there's bacon.
CME Group said it plans to sell the building that houses its grain exchange in Kansas City, Mo., and may also sell the building which houses its energy trading floor in New York.
J.C. Penney said fixing its performance could take more time than expected, and it suggested that any change in strategy could be expensive.
Blackstone, which is weighing an offer for Dell, is making an aggressive push to recruit Oracle President Mark Hurd to be chief executive of the world's No. 3 PC maker.
Asked whether he would stay for another term, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke was non-committal, offering some grist for pundits and speculators. Christian Science Monitor reports.
Google's YouTube said the number of unique users visiting the video-sharing website every month has reached 1 billion.
North Korea's supreme military command said on Thursday its "precision attack" weapons have U.S. navy bases in Guam and Okinawa in their sights and will attack them if it is provoked.
The "London Whale" risky trades involving JPMorgan is not going to spell the end of big American banks, according to Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Housing and jobs data will get a close look from traders Thursday, as they continue to dissect the latest comments from the Fed.
"What we really saw was the lack of urgency we sometimes see in the sales force, as Q3 deals fall into Q4," the CFO said on the earnings call.
CVS warned employees who use the company’s health insurance plan to report to a doctor for an annual WebMD Wellness Review and reveal their weight by May 1 or pay a monthly $50 penalty.
Mandiant, the cybersecurity firm that in February released a ground-breaking report detailing the suspected activities of a Chinese military hacking unit, told CNBC it is suffering the consequences of going public.
Cyprus does not pose a threat to the US economy, and there are no signs of stock market bubble, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said Tuesday after the Fed said it would keep interest rates low.
Instead of making that dreaded red-eye flight between Los Angeles and New York in a traditional seat where getting some sleep at a slight decline is difficult, imagine catching a few hours of sleep in a lie-flat seat.
American has launched a new tool allowing frequent fliers to search for available award seats on a real-time map. But the nifty online feature comes with risks.
Hooters girls drafted to man the sidelines during spring training are throwing the game a curveball. Over the last two weeks, there have been several errors, as some Hooters girls attempted to "wing" it playing America's pastime.
Eric Schmidt said he regrets coming to the social media revolution late during his ten years as Google's CEO.
In a secret regulatory action, the Office of Comptroller of the Currency knocked its rating of JPMorgan's management down a notch.
We are standing at the cusp of a computing and industrial revolution with the use of three-dimensional printers, said a Washington insider.
Samsung recently introduced a new line of smart TVs that will make the TV interface more like a mobile device.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Ford's hiring plans for 2014, and whether its CEO Alan Mulally has made a decision to stay with the company or not amid rumors of interest in Microsoft.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
Gold drops on the day. Is it due for a bounceback? Has the market become too bearish, with Mark Dow, Behavioral Macro Blog, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.