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Barnes & Noble reported a smaller quarterly loss and said it would separate its retail and Nook Media businesses, sending shares up about 9 percent.
ABC said Diane Sawyer is stepping down as its evening news anchor, to be replaced by David Muir.
In their panic to compete, brick-and-mortar stores overlook what really matters to their customers—service, according to a Gallup poll.
This is a stock quote for broadcasting companies.
Hotel and air rates in many destinations are either flat or lower than 2013, but July 4 travel is up for a third year in a row.
Chinese billionaire Chen Guangbiao promises free lunch at Boathouse in Central Park and 300 dollars to 250 of NY's homeless.
Renewable energy stocks have been notoriously volatile, but there are more options now for investors to use less-risky green stock ETFs.
The best way to keep government transportation coffers full without hurting future generations is to increase the gas tax, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
A succession plan is vital to all, whether it's the firm's founder, the employees or the clients who have placed their trust with the firm.
Small business owners from Dublin to County Mayo complain Ireland is not going to get its economy back on track by letting bankers hoard cash.
As inequality tensions simmers, cash hoarding may be one measure of how seriously attempts at remedial action are being taken.
The competitiveness of your local economy and quality of its real estate market impact your wealth and your investment portfolio.
Passengers at JFK, La Guardia, Newark and Stewart airports will soon get free Internet under a proposed contract.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes jumped to a six-year high in May, the latest indication the housing market was starting to dig out of a recent soft patch.
Georgia took the top spot for this year's Top States for Business. But who was close? We counted down the top five for 2014.
An bridge featured in the opening credits of "The Sopranos" is now the second bridge for which Gov. Chris Christie's administration is facing a probe.
The U.S. government has taken steps to let two companies sell unrefined American crude oil overseas, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Whole Foods Markets has agreed to pay $800,000 after an investigation found that the supermarket chain overcharged customers in California.
The Fed can reasonably wait to raise interest rates until mid-2015 without risking an undesirable rise in inflation, an influential Fed policymaker said.
General Mills reported a 10.4 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower costs.
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Bill Ackman said Pershing Square's presentation of a Herbalife investigation will "expose incredible fraud."
Wawona Packing has issued a nationwide recall of some fresh fruit because of a listeria scare.
Xiaomi launched its flagship Mi 4 smartphone on Tuesday, as it sets out a further challenge Samsung and Apple.
A U.S. appeals court threw out a federal regulation that implements key subsides that are vital to the Affordable Care Act. CNBC's Dominic Chu looks how the health insurers are faring.
Whenever a flare-up occurs overseas, U.S. stocks are among the many that take a hit. But should investors sell on the news?
The ETF tracking emerging markets, the EEM, is up 6 percent this year. But is this the end of the run?