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Oracle posted higher revenue and profit that failed to satisfy investors looking for signs of a sustained turnaround. Its shares fell about 4 percent.
Applications for U.S. home mortgages fell last week as both purchase and refinancing applications slipped, an industry group said on Wednesday.
No one likes to pay income taxes. That's not a problem for residents of seven states that have no state income tax. Two others don't tax wage income.
Adobe Systems forecast profit and revenue above analysts' estimates, citing strong demand for its Creative Cloud suite and digital marketing software.
Fund managers are shunning risk, with 81 percent of investors admitting they think geopolitical risk poses a threat to financial market stability.
U.S. housing starts fell for a third straight month in February, but a rebound in building permits offered some hope.
The March CNBC Fed Survey found sharp divisions over Fed policy in 2015, with a cloud of geopolitical concern hanging over the outlook.
Five of the nation's largest banks have satisfied their consumer relief and refinancing obligations under a mortgage settlement.
Warren Buffett is offering $1 billion to anyone who will fill the perfect NCAA tournament bracket. But the odds and numbers are in his favor.
Two people were killed when a news helicopter for KOMO-TV crashed Tuesday morning outside its station near the Seattle Space Needle.
CBOE said on Tuesday it will launch nearly around-the-clock trading for futures on its Volatility Index.
Two more senior traders have left SAC Capital for Highbridge as the troubled hedge fund firm becomes a family office.
Kermit the Frog tells CNBC he's not insulted about Wall Street's "muppet" investors.
Pawn shops to the rich seem to be popping up faster than Starbucks stores, according to an article in Crain's New York Business.
Regulation of high-frequency trading is needed to protect the markets, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday on CNBC.
Regulators are conducting two investigations into GE's credit card business for potential violations of consumer finance laws.
Stock market index provider MSCI said it would sell Institutional Shareholder Services to Vestar Capital Partners for $364 million in cash.
Car rental company Hertz Global Holdings said it would spin off its equipment rental business for $2.5 billion.
McGraw Hill Financial is seeking out at least $100 million in cost savings and said that it's exploring strategic options for its construction unit
A Kremlin-backed journalist issued a warning to the U.S. about Moscow's nuclear capabilities.
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