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According to the former representative, both parties are "trying to bamboozle the American people."
Tom Clancy, the best-selling author of "The Hunt for Red October" and other wildly successful technological thrillers, has died. He was 66.
Safeguard Properties is being sued by homeowners, who say it illegally broke in and repo'd their homes, mistaking them for foreclosed properties.
Because of Obamacare, hospital operator Tenet Healthcare is making an aggressive move into states with large numbers of uninsured, its CEO said.
Empire State Building owner Empire State Realty Trust will sell 71.5 million shares in an IPO at $13 per, and will mostly benefit the Helmsley estate.
The managing director of Pimco had correctly predicted in September that the bond market was overestimating the possibility of tapering.
The government shutdown probably puts an end to the idea that the Fed will taper this month. The BLS won't be supply inflation or employment numbers.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently warned employers that it intends to use its enforcement power to stop violations.
Private sector job creation came in lighter than expected in September but remained essentially in the same slow-but-steady growth range.
Sales of New York apartments priced at $10 million or more surged 75 percent in the third quarter, according to Brown Harris Stevens.
"This shutdown is bad. It's painful. [But] we hit this debt ceiling. That's catastrophic," Erskine Bowles tells CNBC.
The large growth in new apartment product will meet head on with strong demand, and is therefore unlikely to cause any easing in rents.
Three of the top investors in Microsoft are lobbying the board for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the software company he co-founded.
Business leaders fear bigger problems ahead with the GOP, and now they're taking sides with a president whose agenda they have vigorously opposed.
Speaker of the House John Boehner on Tuesday said the government shutdown could last a week or longer, a top aide to the Republican leader told CNBC.
The long-awaited health insurance websites were besieged by millions of visitors, which overwhelmed the system in many cases.
The company behind the Empire State Building priced its IPO at $13 a share on Tuesday, on the low end of expectations.
September auto-sales figures raise interesting questions about the battle for market share. Can Ford catch GM and become the No. 1 automaker in America?
A 19th-century law could get administration officials fired, or even imprisoned if they make the wrong the choices while the government is shut down.
President Obama castigated the tea party for shutting down the government over an "ideological crusade" on health care reform.
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