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The U.S. central bank has kept its key funds rate anchored near zero since late-2008 to spark the economy during the financial crisis.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on March 18.
Three CEOs tell how they overcame a challenge by listening, being resourceful and communication, reports USA Today.
Earlier this month, an iPad "test model" was stolen from a Cupertino home during a robbery and kidnapping, according to reports.
About half of American families are saving for college, according to a new report, but they're putting their cash in the wrong accounts.
Embattled Lumber Liquidators says the Justice Department has informed the company it is seeking criminal charges over its foreign sourcing.
At the Microsoft Build conference, CEO Satya Nadella will make the case for the company's cloud and mobile platforms to 5,000 developers.
So-called pending home sales are now 11.1 percent higher than they were one year ago and are running at the highest level since June, 2013.
Some people spend a ton of time trying to cut down on calories. But what if we tried to minimize our calories per bite, instead?
At least $750 million worth of vehicles were stolen between 2012 and 2014 because motorists left the keys inside, according to the NICB.
The first-quarter gross domestic product report put several dents in popular Wall Street economic narratives, none of which bode well for growth.
Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable are likely to meet next week to discuss a possible deal, sources told CNBC on Wednesday.
BlackRock bond guru Jeff Rosenberg blames this year's weak economic growth on the collapse in oil.
The SEC proposed a series of new rules on Wednesday related to CEO pay and corporate performance, implementing requirements under Dodd-Frank.
U.S. economic growth braked more sharply than expected in the first quarter, but there are signs activity is picking up.
AT&T fired the president of its U-Verse business, after an African American female employee filed a racial discrimination lawsuit.
Mortgage applications gave back their gains last week, falling exactly as much as they had risen the previous week as interest rates nudged higher.
Hulu acquired the rights to "Seinfeld" after striking a deal with Sony Pictures TV, the LA Times reported.
Mylan on Wednesday sweetened its bid for Perrigo.
Bud Light is backpedaling after upsetting people with a label saying the beer was perfect for removing the word "no" from the drinker's vocabulary.
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