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The Fed says some banks are not taking into account the possibility of falling house prices when valuing certain mortgage-related assets. The NYT reports.
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about what it will take to make him think the stock market is really ready to rally.
With six weeks until the launch of open enrollment, Covered California and other Obamacare exchanges say they will be ready, but plans for testing are cutting close to deadlines.
There are no federal laws requiring background checks for service workers and some of those workers are actually violent felons who have even attacked customers inside their own homes.
According to Tesla, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) bestowed a 5-star safety rating on the company's Model S, the highest possible rating.
Detroit officials trying to fix the city's financial mess argue that bankruptcy court is the only option left. To proceed, they'll have to prove the city is broke.
Shares of Herbalife are spiking on news another hedge fund has taken a long position on the nutritional supplement marketer.
A quirk in Obamacare means that some workers and their families may be better off financially if their employers don't offer subsidies for health-insurance premiums.
Unemployment rates rose in more than half of U.S. states in July and fewer states added jobs, echoing national data that show the job market may have lost some momentum.
More people will travel this Labor Day holiday than they have on any of the September breaks since the 2008 financial crisis, U.S. travel group AAA said on Tuesday.
Male managers earn bonuses twice as big as their female counterparts, on top of an existing gender gap in fixed salaries, a new survey reveals.
President Obama and some lawmakers are frustrated that critical parts of its Dodd-Frank financial overhaul remain unenforced. The New York Time reports.
The low-budget, amenity-rich Yotel hotel chain has announced plans for a 600-room property in Singapore and plans more locations in the United States and Europe.
Almost 7 million Americans are struggling with student loans, but many of the businesses promising to help borrowers may actually be exploiting them, say consumer advocates.
Billionaire fund manager Philip Falcone agreed to a five-year ban from the financial industry and will admit wrongdoing to settle charges by the SEC.
It doesn't look like Google Glass will be hitting the shelves in time for this holiday season.
Fast-food workers went on strike recently in hopes of forcing an increase in the minimum wage. How does the U.S. minimum wage rank stack up internationally?
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about concerns that rising interest rates will hurt stocks.
A majority of Americans are bewildered when it comes to managing their 401(k) retirement plans, according to a new survey from investment firm Charles Schwab.
With Saks the latest retailer to disappoint with weaker-than-expected earnings, investors are worried about how the retail sector will fare heading into a heavy week of earnings.
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The NFL is the most lucrative league in the world, and this is the highest valued team in the league, according to Forbes.
From eating in an airplane to serving food from U.S. war zones, CNBC.com has compiled a list of unusual restaurants.
Darden has told shareholders that Red Lobster smells like week-old fish. To others, it was described as a treat.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy talks to Nook Media CEO Mahesh Veerina about the company's collaboration with Samsung on the new Nook.
A read on the energy and industrial space, with DistributionNOW CEO Robert Workman.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says Hertz is proof that even in a booming industry, bad management can find a way to ruin things.