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New orders for U.S. factory goods jumped in July on robust demand for transportation equipment.
The nation's second-largest drugstore chain will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly a month sooner than planned.
Want to know which companies are least likely to survive? Just ask their accountants. They’ll tell you, USA Today reports.
Call it a Fortress USA mentality—the markets hit new highs while the news abroad ranges from economically dismal to militarily gruesome.
Bernard Madoff's younger son Andrew died on Wednesday morning at age 48 of mantle cell lymphoma.
It was not immediately clear why the talks stalled, but this comes as U.S. companies considering tax inversions come under intense pressure.
Prenups are supposed to be the ultimate divorce insurance for the wealthy. Yet like insurance, they're often challenged when there's a claim.
A new crop of start-ups is creating cloud software for mom-and-pop shops, bringing them into the digital world for the first time.
Washington must address corporate tax inversions before the tactic further destroys the U.S. corporate tax base, says CVS CEO Larry Merlo.
Airbnb is heading back in court, this time battling with its users who don't want their personal info turned over in a probe on illegal hotels.
U.S. bank regulators plan to adopt rules forcing big banks to hold more assets that they could sell easily in a credit crunch.
Federal and state efforts to increase the minimum wage are misguided and pose serious risks to the economy, billionaire Sam Zell tells CNBC.
When the next Apple iPhone will debut and what features it will have remain a mystery, but for some iPhone customers, that's merely a technicality.
August auto sales were the highest for that month in more than a decade, with the industry selling at an annualized pace not seen since early 2006.
Despite app guidelines and new explanations for why many apps are rejected, Apple still may not specify why individual apps don't pass muster.
Some hedge funders are finding that the index is of little help, even prompting some to suggest that it has been artificially low.
Landsea, a China-based developer, is spending $1 billion to build housing in the New York City area, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Leasing a car, which has long been popular in select markets, has now become the primary choice for millions of Americans who want to drive a new vehicle.
The leak of racy celebrity photos has put Apple in the unusual position of having to mend its image just before a highly anticipated product launch.
Two tech products of the future are on the cusp of becoming reality, including smart glass for your car and a levitating 360° speaker.
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