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An eight-car commuter train derailed early Monday at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, after it failed to stop at an underground station.
After gallons of crude oil gushed from the Exxon Valdez and soiled Alaskan's grounds, oil spill responders fear that another disaster is looming.
Minneapolis Fed Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota has no plans to make a habit of saying "no," people familiar with his thinking say.
Large numbers of long-term unemployed mean big problems lie ahead for the U.S., former White House adviser Alan Krueger tells CNBC.
Verizon is accused of forcing some customers to switch from landlines to voice-over-Internet connections, Los Angeles Times said.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has opened an investigation into a possible security breach of its credit card processing services, a spokesman for the agency said.
The U.S. average price of gasoline rose by 5 cents during the past two weeks, caused by the jump in the price of ethanol used to make gasoline.
For those who are priced out of the new car market, Cars.com released its list of top buys for around $10,000.
GrubHub expects to price its IPO at $20 to $22 per share, valuing the largest U.S. online food delivery services provider at up to $1.72 billion.
Herbalife said it would allow three more representatives of Carl Icahn to join its board, sending the company's shares up as much as 9 percent.
A China regulator fined Nu Skin a smaller-than-expected $540,000 for illegal product sales and misleading local consumers, sending its shares soaring.
Apple is in talks with Comcast to enter into a deal for a streaming-television service that would allow Apple set-top boxes to bypass congestion on the web.
Cisco plans to offer cloud computing services, pledging to spend $1 billion over the next two years to enter a market dominated by retailer Amazon.
Here are eight signs the amount of money being spent on pets shows they've become a big consumer class in the U.S.
With the US government effectively giving up oversight of the Internet, should anyone in the US be concerned?
Experts say that even if this week's data come in soft, we could still be in the early stages of a new American housing boom.
Russia has quietly taken the lead in the $500 billion nuclear export market, building new facilities as the U.S. sits on the sidelines.
Reverse mortgages let senior citizens convert home equity into cash without having to sell their house, but such loans come with significant risk.
National Farmer's Day is supposed to celebrate American farmers and their contributions. But some say agriculture is seeded with a myriad of problems.
Interest is building around "smart" technology to help conserve energy and save money, but one study suggests consumers have been slow to catch on.
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The NFL is the most lucrative league in the world, and this is the highest valued team in the league, according to Forbes.
From eating in an airplane to serving food from U.S. war zones, CNBC.com has compiled a list of unusual restaurants.
Darden has told shareholders that Red Lobster smells like week-old fish. To others, it was described as a treat.
A read on the energy and industrial space, with DistributionNOW CEO Robert Workman.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says Hertz is proof that even in a booming industry, bad management can find a way to ruin things.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer dissects the market's conflicting signals and provides takeaways from different segments.