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An omission by the Obama administration last week underscored the U.S.'s heightened sensitivities over how directly to confront China's new leadership over hacking.
A new bipartisan deficit-reduction plan to slash a massive $600 billion from U.S. healthcare spending over two decades has policy experts scratching their heads over how such an ambitious target can be reached.
And the winner for craziest stock of the year is ... Blackberry. It seems Wall Street is worried as to whether its new phone will be a success.
The documentary "Inocente" won an Oscar Sunday for best documentary short, making it the first film funded by Kickstarter to take home the prestigious award.
The demand for smart phones and connectivity from everyday products will continue to grow, especially this year, said Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs.
Cyberattacks are happening and are a serious threat, but companies may not want to reveal them for fears of liability and brand damage.
From new construction to renovation and remodeling, consumers are clearly more cautious and price-sensitive than they once were.
The social network has partnered with more than 18 mobile operators in 14 countries to provide free or discounted data access for users of Facebook's messaging service.
Mozilla is hoping to do for the mobile phone industry what it did for browsers: offer more choice and a more open platform for developers.
Consumers could be foreshadowing a new recession. Coupons.com releasing its Internet Coupon Index exclusively to CNBC. It shows a spike in coupon offers and demand that hasn't been seen since just before the 2007 recession.
President Obama isn't "moving the goal posts" by asking for more revenue to avoid the automatic spending cuts, White House economic adviser Gene Sperling told CNBC.
There are a few triggers that could put the brakes on the stock market's bull run but investors hoping for a significant pullback to get in may have to wait.
With budget sequestration only days away, Wall Street isn't showing any major signs of worry, Cramer thinks that bears are missing the facts.
A modern BlackBerry with a physical keyboard might not arrive in the U.S. until May or June, a month or two behind other parts of the world, the CEO of the smartphone maker suggested in an interview.
Likely government budget cuts and the prospect for messy political fights over fiscal policy will weigh on the U.S. economy this year and hold growth to a tepid 2.4 percent, according to a new survey of forecasters published.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren is scheduled to testify in New York State Supreme Court on Monday in a trial that pits the department store chain against rival J.C. Penney over a partnership with home diva Martha Stewart.
Connected cars will be as common as smartphones, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson told CNBC.
A major winter storm threatened to bring blizzard conditions to parts of the central Plains Monday, less than a week after record amounts of snow blanketed the region.
Add the 16 percent who say they have neither credit card debt nor savings, and 40 percent of the population says they are close to the edge of ruin.
This year, Hollywood spread its awards around to classic genres. The biggest winners were also the biggest box office hits, each of these five grossed over $100 million at the U.S. box office.
President Obama played straight man to comic Zach Galifianakis, subjecting himself to a biting interview in order to tout Obamacare.
A new survey of wealthy women shows startling difference between where men and women say there fortune came from.
Shacking up before marriage doesn't really mean much for divorce rates. No, something else makes the big difference.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R), discusses President Obama's position in the Ukraine conflict, and whether Russia President Putin cares about his economy.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) says "horses like to work," and shares his opinions on NYC Mayor de Blasio's efforts to eliminate Central Park's horse drawn carriages.
How investors should view current economic conditions, with Lee Munson, Portfolio Asset Management, and Steve Cortes, Veracruz TJM.