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Mike Jackson, Chairman & CEO of AutoNation, breaks down the numbers on another month of impressive sales.
Welcome to the Spartan Race and the world of obstacle racing, one of the fastest growing sports—and businesses—in the United States. Last year obstacle racing was up to 1.5 million worldwide, with Spartan taking up approximately 350,000 of those racers.
The maker of Budweiser is using splashy newspaper ads to poke fun at a lawsuit that alleges its beer is watered down.
President Obama has selected air quality expert Gina McCarthy to lead the EPA and physicist Ernest Moniz to head the Department of Energy, a White House official said.
A baby girl in Mississippi who was born with HIV has been cured after very early treatment with standard HIV drugs, U.S. researchers reported on Sunday.
Wholesale government spending cuts should not be the core of the U.S. deficit reduction program, according to a new survey of economists.
The U.S. oil production boom had been expected, but the magnitude of change in such a short period of time is a surprise.
Outstanding student debt is beginning to impede the economy as a whole, a new report suggests, chiefly by robbing the housing market of its richest crop of new buyers: young college graduates.
Four months after Mr. Obama won a second term, the only issue that truly unites Republicans is a commitment to shrinking the federal government through spending cuts, low taxes and less regulation. The NYT reports.
Even though stocks are near all-time highs, Warren Buffett still thinks they are more attractive than other investments.
President Barack Obama raised the issue of cutting entitlements as a way out of damaging budget cuts, as both sides in Washington tried to limit a fiscal crisis that may soon hit America.
In a domestic energy market developing faster than just about anyone can remember, the key is in finding an edge.
With a severance of $378.36, Andrew Mason could probably score several vouchers for half-priced Thai dinners or Swedish massages, but the ex-CEO of Groupon might be soured on daily deals for a while.
Wall Street has avoided the massive market turmoil that came with the "fiscal cliff" panic but is far from out of the danger posed by political turmoil.
President Obama blamed Republicans' refusal to close `wasteful' loopholes for the automatic budget cuts going into effect Friday, and said Americans will get through the crisis.
The first official day of Spring may still be 20 days away, but the Spring housing market is already underway. Buyer traffic is rising along with home prices, but one traditional Spring phenomenon is sorely absent: rising supply. The raw number of homes for sale is now at its lowest level in over 13 years, according to the National Association of Realtors, and the numbers continue to fall.
Federal spending cuts from the "sequester" may lead to runway closures, flight delays and longer airport security lines.
General Motors reported a 7.0 percent gain in U.S. auto sales in February, beating several analyst estimates, while U.S. rival Ford Motor posted a slightly weaker-than-expected 9.0 percent gain.
The last six times that Cook has put himself out there, Apple's stock declined afterwards. It's a streak that dates back to October 2012.
U.S. consumers increased spending modestly in January from December. Income plunged by the most in two decades, although the decline followed a one-time surge in December.
A warm-weather vacation this time of year doesn't mean you'll have to contend with college students gone wild.
The private jet market has been slow to recover, but demand and prices for the biggest, priciest planes are soaring.
Vodka magnate Yuri Scheffler, visiting in New York, says he feels sorry for Ukraine. "There is only one law in Russia, and it's called 'Putin.'"
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Jason Del Rey, Re/code, senior editor, discusses Amazon's Prime subscription price hike and the potential impact on future subscriber growth.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses Virtu Financials' trading claims, and if high-frequency trading is good for the market in the long-term.
Michael Small, Gogo CEO, discusses the demand for his company's in-air broadband service and in-flight connection speeds. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.