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For a Brownstone Brooklyn populist, likely New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has some surprising supporters in the skyscrapers of Manhattan.
A deal has been reached to settle the landmark insider-trading case against SAC Capital Advisors, people familiar with the matter said.
A mysterious barge in San Francisco Bay that's attracting more attention than Google Glass can mean only one thing: Google is preparing for the flood.
E-commerce site has removed from its listings around 30 items of memorabilia from the Nazi Holocaust following a newspaper investigation.
Obamacare does nothing to link doctors' fees to their performance and reduce health-care costs, the head of the Mayo Clinic told CNBC on Friday.
The glitch-ridden site used to sign up for insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare law will be down for "extended maintenance" overnight.
Leveraged buyouts for both big and midsize companies are approaching debt levels last experienced in 2007.
Now that the government shutdown is over, federal employees are free to return to pressing matters. Like the length of their lunch break.
Anyone who ran a company with a balance sheet that looked like the U.S. probably wouldn't have a company anymore.
The US manufacturing sector expanded at its fastest pace in 2½ years last month, an industry report showed Friday, but the pace of hiring slowed from September.
A gunman opened fire Friday at Los Angeles International Airport, and a security agent was among those shot, federal authorities said.
Just six enrollments made it through HealthCare.Gov in the first 24 hours, documents from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee show.
Americans have a number of ways to replace coverage, including a new option that offers many the chance to actually save money.
An incident of unknown nature occurred at Los Angeles International Airport, and there were reports that at least some people had been evacuated.
President Obama has ordered the National Security Agency to stop eavesdropping on the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has landed a job at a Russian website, after fleeing America and seeking asylum in Moscow.
Cuts kicking in Friday will siphon $5 billion from a program that helps one in seven Americans put three meals on the table.
The FAA announced that the agency will be relaxing guidelines on passenger electronic device use during takeoff and landing.
As administration officials scrambled to fix technical glitches, Obama blamed private insurers for a separate problem that has critics questioning his honesty.
Detroit, Santa Barbara and Reno are leading the housing recovery, according to a new report from realtor.com. Baseball's new champ, Boston, wasn't too bad, either.
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A legal fight between two companies that own different ends of the Park City ski resort mountain could mean no winter season.
American and US Airways are pulling fares from Orbitz. It's time to rethink how you search for airfare.
Start-up Start-up Luxxie Boston wants to bring "sexy" back to lingerie.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer breaks down the theme of stealth technology stocks. Cramer says companies that are using proprietary technology to invent entirely new markets and then dominate those markets, fall under that category.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer knows it can be difficult to stick with a stock that is going lower but says if you've done the homework, and the story isn't wildly off the rails, then stay long.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer, outlines the most common emotionally driven investor mistakes and expresses why it is important to not let skepticism run away with you.