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Today's grandparents paid for college when their own children were young. But today, over half are also helping foot the bill for grandkids.
At least eight senior executives have left the giant retailer since reports of bribery in its international division surfaced two years ago.
U.S.-based employers announced plans to reduce payrolls by 52,961 in May, according to a report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Wall Street is looking to the European Central Bank's policy move Thursday, with the ECB expected to ease further.
Recent years have seen a proliferation of fee-free ETFs as online brokerages battle for investing dollars. Are they for you?
Here's a look at some betting that could boost state coffers and the U.S. Treasury if all the winners pay their taxes.
Sprint and T-Mobile have settled on a $32 billion deal that might be announced this summer, people briefed on the matter told the New York Times.
GM CEO Mary Barra will take "significant actions" that include holding specific employees accountable for the ignition switch defect.
An internal probe of GM's delay in recalling cars is expected to conclude there was no concerted coverup and clear senior management of blame.
Twitter has mulled deals worth billions of dollars as it seeks to add a music service to its offering, FT reported, citing sources.
Amazon.com said it will hold a launch event on June 18 in Seattle, amid ongoing speculation that the company is preparing its own smartphone.
GM says it will release the results of an outside attorney's investigation into its mishandled recall of small cars on Thursday morning.
A CNBC survey of Wall Street pros finds that 65 percent of respondents expect the ECB to take at least one of three actions at its meeting Thursday.
The U.S. trade deficit widened to its highest level in two years in April as imports hit a record high.
U.S. companies such as Facebook threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People's Daily on its microblog.
The Moms group has had success in changing other gun policies after launching similar campaigns against restaurants.
Five of the most expensive project failures–or potential failures–that are right now costing taxpayers billions of dollars.
Do Republicans support Thad Cochran in a runoff and risk damaging tea partyer Chris McDaniel, who could wind up their nominee? Politico's Ben White reports.
Just 1½ years after a labor dispute brought hockey to a halt, the NHL finds itself stronger than ever.
The National Security Agency's snooping is about to get more difficult. NYT reports.
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Should the zombie apocalypse come knocking, these are the 25 worst cities to seek refuge according to Trulia.
Italy's top court cleared fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana over charges of tax evasion.
One week ago, Dennis Gartman said that a "bear market" was beginning. What went wrong with his prediction?
Investors should keep an eye on the S&P 500 reaching a resistance level, and oil shale plays, says UBS's Art Cashin.
Optionmonster co-founders and former NFL players Pete and Jon Najarian offer up their fantasy football picks for the week. Hosted by CNBC's Dominic Chu.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the S&P maintains its negative outlook for Russia but the rating has remained the same.