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McDonald's global same-store sales shrank 1.8 percent last month, which was worse than analysts had been expecting.
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New York Fashion Week pulls in nearly $900 million each year, including about $532 million in tourist spending, according to a report.
An heir to the Benihana fortune is accusing a multi-billion dollar hedge fund of trying to force her to sell, USAToday reports.
The emergency shutdowns—and accumulating snow—have been especially good for Boston snowplowers.
The distinction made by patches of the global population could hold far-ranging implications for Facebook and the greater Web economy.
Google is a major investor in Uber, but as often happens in Silicon Valley, each company is working on products that could compete with the other’s.
Deloitte has named Cathy Engelbert chief executive officer, making her the first woman CEO of a major U.S. accounting and consulting firm.
Mexican marijuana growers are losing out as legal weed proliferates across the United States—and this helps Mexico, Global Post reports.
Dish Network's Sling TV opened for business on Monday, but is it ready to compete with cable companies? Here's what you need to know.
Huawei is the next Chinese tech powerhouse hoping its products soon find their way into the American psyche by way of smartphones.
The Ice Bucket Challenge raised $115 million for the ALS Association last summer. A look at how those donations were used.
Apple does it. Cisco does it. Intel, too. As growth slows, how unthinkable is a dividend from mature Internet stocks Google, Yahoo and eBay?
America's 50 top givers in 2014 donated $9.8 billion to charity, up 27.5 percent from the top 50 gifts in 2013, according to a new report.
Exclusive data provided to CNBC by iHeartMedia shows which artists/genres are most popular based on the type of phone somebody owns.
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The good news keep coming for James Robertson, better known as Detroit's "Walking Man," according to the Detroit Free Press.
Concern over the growth rate of wages may be misplaced, and retiring baby boomers are to blame, portfolio manager Ed Keon tells CNBC.
Do you have a will, a budget or life insurance? For most Americans, the answer is "no." What planning documents you need, when.
Many worry about market risk, but young investors saving for retirement can relax, say advisors. Near-retirees, however, should be careful.
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