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Apple's Chief Executive Tim Cook is meeting with partners and government officials in China on his second visit in less than a year.
Dish Network has made an unsolicited offer to buy Clearwire for about $2.28 billion, trumping an offer by Clearwire shareholder Sprint Nextel and potentially interfering with Softbank plan to take a majority stake in Sprint.
Larry Kudlow and guests debate whether Jack Lew is a good pick for Treasury Secretary.
Alcoa kicked off earnings season by hitting its earnings target and raising its outlook for global aluminum demand. Shares rose after-hours.
One day after a Dreamliner caught on fire, Boeing found itself facing another 787 with problems. This at a time when the aviation company said it has traced the source of the fire to a lithium ion battery.
Millionaires already get audited more than the everyone else but a new government report suggests they should get audited even more.
Budweiser is rolling out Budweiser Crown Black to retailers on Jan. 21, in advance of a big promotional push that will include a thirty-second spot during Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, Feb. 3. Can lightning strike twice?
A key conservative in the Senate told CNBC on Tuesday that spending cuts would have to be part of any discussion to raise the nation's borrowing limit.
Target is pledging to match prices of select online rivals year round. The promise began as a holiday promotion, but it will now be extended. But is this a race to the bottom for retailers?
A French Internet provider is allowing users to block ads and that has Google and other online advertisers worried.
Facing a February deadline, the Obama administration is calling gun owner groups, victims' organizations and video-game industry representatives to the White House for talks Wednesday on curbing gun violence.
Cord-cutting hasn't proven much of a threat to media giants, but new technologies are encouraging a new trend: "Cord Nevers."
Small-business owners' confidence was virtually flat, as entrepreneurs still expect business conditions to worsen in the next six months.
Michael Dell has lost of one of the key lieutenants he recruited to help him turn around his ailing computer company.
This famous DC hotel is offering a $47,000 inauguration package that includes a range of luxuries, including your own "Twitter butler," to capture and post your every move!
Former JPMorgan investment-banking chief James "Jes" Staley is joining BlueMountain Capital, the $12 billion hedge fund.
Shares in Vodafone rose almost 3 percent on Tuesday after its partner in U.S. joint venture Verizon Wireless said it would be "feasible" to buy out the British group in what would be one of the biggest corporate deals ever.
Just two weeks before his second inauguration, President Obama is acting as if he believes he has a big mandate for his next term. The latest sign: his decision to defy a concerted campaign against his choice for defense secretary.
Income inequality has been on the rise for three decades in the United States, according to the Congressional Budget Office, with the gap between the "haves" and "have-nots" currently at its widest point since 1967.
Five years after the housing bubble burst, roughly a million other U.S. homeowners trying to save their homes from foreclosure are stuck in the limbo, NBC News reports.
Wearing millions of dollars of diamonds, Swarovski crystals and lingerie, Victoria's Secret Angels hit the catwalk.
Two works by the artist Damien Hirst – featuring his trademark multicolored dots - have been stolen from a gallery in London.
Apple and Sam Sung have parted ways. CNBC has learned that Sam Sung hasn’t worked at the giant tech company for months.
The "Squawk on the Street" team discuss the Costco earnings miss and where the wholesale company is hitting and missing.
The "Squawk on the Street" team discuss the bipartisan budget agreement. Cramer says there is reason to be optimistic, but Washington usually does not help the stock market.
CNBC's Betha Coombs reports close to 365,000 people have enrolled nationally for health insurance plans through the exchanges in November. More than 4 times as many people signed up for plans in November than in October.