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The Fed must ensure its forward guidance is flexible enough to allow it to respond to changing conditions, a top Fed official said.
Tornadoes were reported from Texas to Illinois late Thursday with the region also battered by high winds and baseball-sized hail.
Several of the biggest investors in Allianz are pressing the German insurer to step up oversight of its California asset management unit Pimco.
Paula Deen's popular Savannah restaurant, at the center of a racially charged lawsuit against her, abruptly closed on Thursday.
In a video created by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Warren Buffett gives the school's chancellor some good advice on writing tweets.
Interactive Brokers said today it will offer retail trading customers the first direct connection to Brad Katsuyama's new trading platform.
Bank of America is close to settling with a U.S. regulator over the sale of services sold as add-ons to credit cards.
The most iconic baseball wall in the U.S. is going social.
"Late Show" host David Letterman will retire in 2015, he said Thursday.
The hubbub surrounding the paternity leave of the N.Y. Mets' Daniel Murphy is a sign of a new battle brewing over gender stereotypes—among dads.
A sense of belonging to the middle class occupies a cherished place in America, but more people are realizing that they're no longer part of it.
The economy created nearly 200,000 private-sector jobs last month, feeding hopes over a labor market thaw ahead of Friday's jobs data.
Amazon's splash into the video streaming and gaming set-top box world has an accidental tie to the porn industry.
The stock market is not rigged, but investors are being ripped off by high-frequency trading, Craig Hodges, co-portfolio manager of the Hodges Funds, tells CNBC.
Rep. Diana DeGette tells CNBC that GM CEO Mary Barra dodged basic questions from lawmakers who wanted answers on its massive recall.
Insiders say the Google stock split Wednesday will be one of the biggest changes to the S&P 500 ever.
Applications for U.S. home mortgages fell last week on lower refinancing demand, an industry group said on Wednesday.
The hardest part about buying from Amazon.com has always been returns—but the company is trying a new way to simplify the process. WSJ reports.
A California retiree stepped forward Tuesday to claim a $425 million Powerball jackpot a month and a half after he bought the winning ticket.
Investors pulled another $3.1 billion from Pimco's flagship fund in March, following a spate of wrong calls by long-time manager Bill Gross.
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The Kansas City Royals are commanding higher ticket prices and bigger merchandise sales than their rivals from the Bay.
Sears clerk charged with stealing $3.7 million worth of goods from a warehouse.
Blue-collar firms are beginning to embrace the hands-free technology as it lets them streamline business and training. Fortune magazine reports.
Discussing the race to sell the "losers" in your portfolio just before year's end, with Timothy Maurer, Financial Consulate.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the impact California's drought is having on the fast growing craft brew industry.
How lower gas prices impact consumer spending habits, with Tom Kloza, Gasbuddy.com.