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JPMorgan reported a drop in profit after paying penalties to the government for not reporting suspicions of fraud by Bernie Madoff.
U.S. small business sentiment improved in December, with firms more optimistic about future business conditions and future earnings.
Identity theft is already a serious problem—the No. 1 complaint to the FTC—and tax-related identity theft is a growing part of this crime spree.
According to a new study, Apple's iPhone 5c is gobbling less share of the iPhone market than the 4s did last year when it was the mid-range option.
Charter Communications proposed to buy Time Warner Cable for about $61.3 billion, or $132.50 a share, but the company rejected it.
Apple has been campaigning against a laywer appointed to investigate its compliance with antitrust laws, after it was found to have fixed prices on e-books last summer. The New York Times reports.
Young adults are only 24 percent of enrollment, the administration said in its first signup figures broken down for age, gender and other details.
Google Ventures has been a major investor in Nest, which builds a smart thermometer and fire detector.
About 20 million DirecTV customers nationwide lost The Weather Channel because of a dispute over fees between the channel and the satellite service.
A federal court has pulled the plug on a telemarketing operation that used illegal robocalls to trick seniors into buying medical alert devices.
A market correction is approaching the level of near certainty as Wall Street faces a major paradigm shift in how to achieve price gains.
Federal officials are investigating why a Southwest jet carrying 124 passengers landed at the wrong airport near Branson, Missouri.
Without a complete reinvention, typical U.S. malls will be extinct within the next 10 to 15 years, real estate CEO Rick Caruso said.
US venture funds raised $4.85 billion last quarter, up 53 percent from the same period a year ago.
Donors have put up $330 million to help Detroit with its underfunded pensions and head off the possibility the city would have to sell its art.
The federal judge presiding over the liquidation of assets related to Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme has died.
Ford's F-Series pick-up, the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. and the primary profit driver for the automaker, is getting a dramatic makeover.
If Obama's three nominees to the Fed are approved, the country would have a dream team at the head of the central bank, says Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian.
In his first interview since Target acknowledged the massive cyber theft of customer information, CEO Gregg Steinhafel said he's had "sleepless nights" but vowed to "make it right."
The solar sector is experiencing an unexpected revival, powering a rally in solar stocks.
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The GAO said that 11 out of 12 fictitious applicants secured government subsidized healthcare. NBC News reports.
EBay announced that the finest known copy of Superman's original appearance will be offered on the site in August.
The Islamic State has ordered shopkeepers in Mosul to cover the faces of mannequins with veils, GlobalPost reports.
Discussing whether Facebook's "buy" button will work for the social site, and what to expect from its earnings this afternoon, with Ben Schachter, Macquarie Research senior Internet analyst.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Facebook will add a "buy" button in company advertisements and posts in the newsfeed.
Discussing the outlook for the technology sector, and the second half of the year, with Alan Gayle, RidgeWorth Investments senior investment strategist.