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The Fed needs to return interest rates to more normal levels and free financial markets from government-sponsored price control, says market-watcher Jim Grant.
Darden Restaurants' entire board was ousted in a meeting on Friday by activist Starboard Value in a rare victory for dissident investors.
Blackstone announced plans to spin off its financial advisory business, its restructuring services, and its Park Hill fund businesses into one entity.
Morris Miller, Xenex Disinfection Services CEO, explains the disinfection device used at the Dallas Hospital to clean the room where the Ebola patient was treated. Miller discusses the economic benefit to health care.
The continual drop in oil prices could hurt shale drilling's profitability, finds a report from Goldman Sachs.
Cloud storage and collaboration company Box has once again moved its initial public offering, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.
The residential solar market is on fire, but the trend could disrupt some traditional energy companies.
Microsoft CEO's gaffe points to larger issues that face technology—too few women in tech roles and little capital that goes to women-founded start-ups.
U.S. costs of imported goods fell for a 3rd straight month, data showed on Friday, as falling oil prices contained inflationary pressure.
There are signs that the Obama administration is getting ready to up the ante against ISIS - at a cost of up to an additional $40 billion a year.
Family Dollar is reporting an EPS miss but a revenue beat, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Amazon announced plans to open its first brick-and-mortar store in Manhattan, Dow Jones reported.
With billions of dollars of company wealth at stake, the unusually secretive trial could end with the largest divorce judgment in history.
Several major fund companies are increasing the stock allocation of their target date funds, which are used by many of those with such plans.
Japan was preparing for Typhoon Vongfong on Friday, with winds gusting up to 156 mph as it powered north toward the Okinawa island chain.
Tesla CEO turned a product upgrade announcement into a major media event, building anticipation over the week by dropping a few clues on social media.
The new chief executive of Microsoft, Satya Nadella, has formally apologized over controversial comments he made this week on the issue of pay rises for female employees.
Dairy Queen says hackers may have gained access to customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates.
Despite lower interest rates, the boom in mortgage refinancings is over, largely because homeowners who could save have already refinanced.
A first-hand sampling of Olive Garden's Unlimited Pasta Pass sheds some light on why the chain is struggling.
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A tiny house in Seattle, similar to the movie "Up," is being auctioned off on Monday, leaving its future uncertain.
The pot economy has bred a new wave of entrepreneurs looking to cash in on America's newest, legal cash crop.
The NOAA's wants to remove a large number of humpback whales from the endangered species list due to re-population.
Farha Aslam, Stephens food analyst, provides perspective on the current outbreak of bird flu and why it could present investors with a buying opportunity.
Jason Trennert, Strategas Research, and Greg Ip, WSJ chief economic commentator, discuss Fed chatter and when interest rates will likely begin to normalize.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy interviews millennial workplace expert Lindsey Pollack, who says millennials aren't lazy, just misunderstood.