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Cablevision Systems is planning to make an offer for the New York Daily News as early as this week, valuing the troubled tabloid at just $1.
Home prices continued to increase in January despite slowing growth and seasonal weakness, a closely watched index showed on Tuesday.
AARP: Unemployed workers between 45 and 70 years old search for jobs longer and earn less in their new positions than other workers.
The Institute for Supply Management-Chicago Business Barometer edged up after a sharp decline the previous month, but fell below expectations.
The Chinese government is taking damaging one of its own Internet companies: Baidu, reports the The New York Times.
Existing security software fails to keep out the bad guys. Tanium changes the game by limiting the damage the hackers can inflict.
Jeffrey Lacker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, said he believes a case can be made for an increase in rates relatively soon.
Priceline Group CEO Darren Huston is spending big on acquisitions in a bid to book the Internet giant on a new strategic itinerary.
Comcast will form a new strategic company to invest $4.1 billion in growth-oriented companies in the United States and abroad, the company announced Tuesday.
Starbucks and Danone on Tuesday will begin selling a smoothie line at more than 4,300 U.S. Starbucks shops as part of a Greek yogurt partnership.
Billionaire investor John Paulson is starting off 2015 with a bang — thanks to a heated merger market.
Charter Communications has agreed to acquire Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion.
TransUnion, one of the largest credit bureaus in the United States, filed with U.S. regulators on Tuesday for an initial public offering of stock.
Tax collections from individual Americans last year reached their highest share of the U.S. economy in seven years.
Hedge fund mogul William Ackman said on Monday that shutting down Herbalife is "one of the most important things" he can do.
Here's why the "debt strike" sentiment is catching on.
When we asked people how much they save. the answer was surprising.
U.S. small businesses took out fewer loans last month but borrowing was up from a year ago as firms ramped up investments in their operations.
Gogobot is the latest in a procession of technology companies to protest the bill.
As Congress tries to reduce the deficit, some tax breaks may be on the chopping block.
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Both large and small businesses now participate in the fan-created Star Wars Day each May 4.
Carly Fiorina said Monday she is running for president, becoming the only woman in the pack of Republican candidates.
The sudden death of David Goldberg, technology entrepreneur and chief of SurveyMonkey, took the technology world by surprise.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and SolarCity.
The U.S. markets begin the trading session, with Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO, at the NYSE, and Bjorn Rosengren, Wartsila Corp. CEO, at the Nasdaq, ringing the opening bell.
Today's bell ringers are Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO, celebrating the launch of its EFT at the NYSE, and Bjorn Rosengren, Wartsila Corp. CEO, celebrating the 100th year as a public company at the Nasdaq.