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Sen. Tom Harkin accuses some for-profit schools of using "predatory and deceptive tactics" in order to tap veterans' GI Bill benefits.
With shoppers turning more and more to the Web, discount retailers are lagging behind full-priced stores in their e-commerce presence.
Marijuana is, well, growing. "It's an incredibly exciting time to be in the cannabis industry," says one new investor.
Foreign investors are among the biggest beneficiaries of the U.S. energy boom, underscoring the great positioning of small energy companies.
Forget the shutdown: Job creation surged in October despite dimmed expectations from the impasse in Washington.
Though the Great Recession is over, budgets remain badly squeezed by flat wages, higher payroll taxes and a weak job market.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said she sees no specific fix yet on U.S. health policy cancellations.
The TSA has told airports to take over exit-lane security by early 2014 so it can save $88.1 million a year. Airports don't want to absorb the cost.
An actuary group warns delaying the requirement for people to buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act could have negative consequences.
The assertion by Walter Robb of Whole Foods on Friday followed news that the FDA has proposed banning transfats in processed food.
Obama said he is "sorry" that some Americans are losing their current health insurance plans as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
Carson Block, foundeder of Muddy Waters, challenged his latest target, Chinese mobile security software company NQ Mobile, to sue him in the U.S.
New data suggests that although many companies complain about the so-called skills gap, only a minority of companies are taking steps to fix it.
Because pre-retiree investors are accustomed to years of overspending, many may not be able to entirely curb those habits as they enter retirement.
The U.S. economy grew faster than expected while a separate report suggested the jobs market continued to gradually improve.
Twitter opened for trading in 2013's most eagerly anticipated IPO and the most hyped stock flotation since Facebook went public.
Lawyers for SAC portfolio manager Michael Steinberg have asked a judge to weed out prospective jurors with views on the firm's settlement agreement.
The government paid $11.3m in farm subsidies to 50 billionaires or businesses in which they have some form of ownership. The New York Times reports.
Patrick Stewart says the social networking site has given his acting career a new boost since his days as "Star Trek" Capt. Jean-Luc Picard.
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Guinness plans to offer a series of limited-edition, luxury beers. Would you pay $35 for a bottle?
Prices generally in the "spaghetti and macaroni" category for the Bureau of Labor Statistics rose to $1.375 a pound in August.
Read ahead and see some examples of luxury goods purchased with alarmingly large sums of celebrity cash.
The "Squawk Box" news team reports an early Apple built in Steve Jobs' family garage sold for over $900,000 at auction.
Joseph Tanious, Bessemer Trust, and Stephen Freedman, UBS Wealth Management Research, discuss ongoing challenges facing the markets and where investors are likely to find the best opportunities.
Col. Jack Jacobs, U.S. Army (retired), discusses Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and increasing security measures in public buildings.