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Air Force officers have been caught leaving open a blast door that is intended to help prevent intruders from entering their underground command post.
September's tepid jobs growth signals a squishy enough employment picture to push any wind down of Fed easing into next year.
Private investigators say Dow Jones doesn't want them using its Factiva service because it sees them as competitors.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) now runs background checks on you from the moment you buy your plane ticket. NYT reports.
When looking for auto insurance discounts it's where you live rather than what company you use.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia said "royalties in this new agreement are significant and there is a lot of value to getting our stock back."
Mark Hurd, one of the rumored contenders to replace Steve Ballmer at Microsoft, told CNBC he is “not planning” to move from his current job at Oracle.
Rachael Sacks said she has no intention of apologizing or flip-flopping on her views about wealth discrimination. A person's a person, she seems to argue, no matter how rich.
The White House is working with outside technology experts to fix the Healthcare.gov website, but right now there are more questions than answers.
Wall Street firms like JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs may have to make cuts in the face of new regulation and the gridlock in Washington. NYT reports.
U.S. job growth likely picked up in September, before an acrimonious budget fight in Washington took some of the wind out of the economy's sails.
U.S. construction spending hit a near 4-1/2 year high in August, boosted by increases in both private and public outlays, a hopeful sign for third-quarter economic growth.
President Barack Obama said Monday that there is "no excuse" for the website problems, but stressed that the insurance marketplace is working.
The early problems with the Obamacare rollout have put Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, under pressure to resign.
Netflix shares jumped more than 10 percent after the company delivered an outlook that blew past forecasts and said it plans to double its investment in original content.
As a court ruling looms, J.C. Penney Co. is scaling back its partnership with Martha Stewart.
New York and Illinois court rulings on 'Amazon taxes' may head to the U.S. Supreme Court to settle questions about the taxing online retail sales.
Caesars Entertainment is pulling out of a $1 billion casino joint venture in Boston, citing federal grand jury investigations into a subsidiary.
Microsoft and Nokia are preparing to go head to head with Apple's iPads.
The recent government shutdown's legacy may be that it got the Fed off the hook from pulling back on its stimulus into next year.
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The "Squawk Box" news team discusses remarks made by former Bears coach and ESPN analyst Mike Ditka that he has no plans to refrain from using the team nickname during the season.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the race between Republican Joni Ernst and Democrat Bruce Braley as economic issues and the Export-Import bank debate take center stage.
Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company analyst, breaks down Lowe's earnings and compares its results to Home Depot. It a positive Lowe's is not changing its outlook, says Nagel.