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Las Vegas Sands agreed to return $47.4 million to the U.S. Treasury to end a probe into its failure to alert authorities to suspicious deposits by a high-rolling gambler.
Applications for U.S. home loans fell for a third straight week as average mortgage rates hit their highest level this year, although demand for purchase loans increased.
This billion-dollar portfolio manager says Treasury yields will drop, but not because of the debt ceiling or Syria.
The U.S. is becoming one of the lowest-cost countries for manufacturing in the developed world, indicating a renaissance of the goods-producing sector.
The New York Times said its website has been taken down, in what was likely an external attack Tuesday, according to a company spokesperson.
On Tuesday a former bank executive in Missouri pleaded guilty to criminal charges after using $381,000 of federal money to buy a waterfront condominium.
The world's largest retailer's is behind many other large companies on health coverage for domestic partners. Sixty-two percent of the Fortune 500 already offer such benefits.
The media went from cheerleading for bonds to condemning them as riskier than stocks, said Douglas Hodge, Pimco's COO, adding that net inflows to bonds will return longer term.
"Once again, as with all the facts relating to Trump University which he continues to avoid by making personal attacks, Mr. Trump's statements are false," Eric Schneiderman told TODAY.
Military strikes against Syria could be launched as early as Thursday, U.S. officials tell NBC as the White House intensifies efforts for a response to a suspected chemical weapons attack.
Americans are saving more for retirement, but it's probably still not enough, according to a new analysis released by Fidelity. As of June, the average 401(k) balance was $80,600.
Nissan, the sixth-largest automaker in the United States, announced Tuesday it will sell a self-driven car by 2020.
Imprisoned inside trader Raj Rajaratnam may be getting more inside help behind bars. The New York Post says he has an adjustable bed and balcony and a "manservant" on call.
Government agents in 74 countries demanded information on about 38K Facebook users in the first half of this year, the company said Tuesday.
The effects of rising rates will be profound on currencies, equity prices, real estate values and economies across the globe, one economist says.
The next year or two will be a battleground for the new device everyone's talking about—the smartwatch. And Samsung is hoping to get a jump on the competition. NBC reports.
After a study found a potential link between natural gas fracking and earthquakes in Texas, the "Squawk on the Street" anchors discussed the costs and benefits of the process.
Americans' confidence in the economy inched closer to a 5 1/2-year high on growing optimism that hiring and wages could pick up in coming months.
President Barack Obama will not negotiate over the debt ceiling and it's up to Congress to raise the limit, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells CNBC.
U.S. single-family home prices rose in June though the pace of gains slowed slightly, a closely watched survey showed on Tuesday.
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