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These 20 S&P 500 companies reported effective tax rates of 0% or lower in the second calendar quarter, despite reporting a profit during the period.
The fait accompli attitude of Michael Leavitt, the former GOP governor of Utah, toward Obamacare is drawing criticism from conservatives.
The start-up Glow Enterprises is trying to make every selfie look as perfect as possible with its LuMee case.
Macy's reported quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations and said the full year would be weaker than expected.
A record-setting rainfall swept through the New York area early Wednesday morning.
The role of broker-dealers in short term lending may exacerbate strains in times of turmoil, Boston Fed's Eric Rosengren says.
Shares in SeaWorld Entertainment plunge after the theme park operator reported lower revenue and slashed its sales outlook.
The nation's largest employers are projecting health-benefits costs will rise 6.5 percent in 2015, according to a new survey from NBGH.
All is fair, they say, in love and war. And Uber and Lyft, two smartphone-based car services, are most certainly at war. NYT reports.
Propelled by Facebook and Twitter, the ice bucket challenge has become a viral sensation. Now Biogen executives and CNBC are rising to the challenge.
Banks are lobbying U.S. policy makers for a delay from a provision requiring them to sell investments in private-equity and venture-capital funds.
Using a mobile banking app to make a deposit may be convenient, but it can delay access to those funds by a week or more.
An Activision Blizzard executive said the company's upcoming "Destiny" game has set a video game industry record as the most pre-ordered new title.
The Postal Service needs help from Congress to stop the red ink, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe tells CNBC.
Sony has sold over 10 million PlayStation 4 (PS4) devices, the company said on Tuesday, landing a major blow to rival Microsoft's Xbox One.
Some analysts say that Target should cut its losses in Canada and either close poorly performing stores or pull out entirely.
With Cisco reporting earnings after the bell Wednesday, analysts aren't expecting much good news on its Chinese business.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie posted on his Facebook page a video showing two of his kids dumping a bucket of ice water on his head.
Amazon.com unveiled a $10 credit-card reader and mobile app for brick-and-mortar businesses, expanding its presence in the physical world.
Mortgage applications continue to falter despite lower mortgage rates and far less dramatic home price gains than a year ago.
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Millennials disproportionately say they are workaholics over older generations, despite managers saying the contrary.
Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant signed a major new shoe deal with Nike, rejecting an offer from Under Armour.
A female traveler allegedly threw water in a male passenger's face for preventing her from reclining.
CNBC's Rick Santellli and Yra Harris, Praxis Trading, discuss interest rate manipulation and the likelihood of a QE program coming out of Thursday's ECB meeting.
Discussing Sterne Agee's bullish call on Gap and the state of retail, with Ike Boruchow, Sterne Agee senior research analyst.
Jon Spector, Conference Board CEO, discusses his new report on U.S. and global labor markets that indicate the potential for a significant tightening in the U.S. labor market by the middle of 2015.