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A bird flu vaccine doesn't work well enough to approve it for emergency use against the current outbreak, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
The good news: U.S. stocks have gone 1,339 days without a 10% drop. The bad news? The market's personality could change for the worse.
Don't assume that your state's 529 plan is best. Sometimes staying home can cost you.
Chris O’Neill, the business chief for Google Glass, is leaving the position after thirteen months.
In criticizing Silicon Valley Internet companies, Apple CEO Tim Cook is going after some of the iPhone's top developers.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office finds that most older Americans aren't saving enough for retirement.
Two executives, one in cosmetics and another in cleaning, discuss what motivates them to drive their businesses.
The California drought may have harsh effects on farmers this year, says a new report issued by a team of UC Davis researchers.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman is no friend of Hillary Clinton.
The family-held company that has owned the Columbus Dispatch for more than a century is selling it to the New New Media Investment Group.
The donation comes from John Paulson, the billionaire money manager behind Paulson & Co., who graduated from Harvard Business School.
The US stands to lead in robotics in the factory. Google and other companies are investing millions to boost manufacturing productivity.
Americans can't get enough doughnuts, spending more than half a billion last year for them in convenience stores alone.
Southwest rolled out a 72-hour, nationwide fare sale where dozens of the carrier's shortest routes are available for less than $100 round trip.
The New York Post is reporting that some New York Democrats are trying to entice Michael Bloomberg to run for president.
Private sector job creation swung higher in May after a lackluster April, with companies adding 201,000 positions for the month
U.S. services sector expansion eased for a second straight month in May, pressured by a drop in new business growth.
MBA interns will likely make more money this summer than those in the average American household.
The policies espoused by a coalition of progressives would return the U.S. to a time of prosperity, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio tells CNBC.
Interest rates took a tiny step backward last week, but the rise over the past month was enough to deter borrowing.
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