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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein came out in defense of capitalism as well as bonuses after it received government aid during the financial crisis.
JC Penney CEO Ullman told investors the retailer does not see conditions for the rest of the year where it would need to raise liquidity, a source said.
The Gerawan family, the nation's largest peach producer, is facing an unlikely challenge that is sending ripples across the farming community.
Spending was cut by 2 percent during the 12 months that ended in June. This is the first decline recorded since June of 2010, according to PayNet.
Amid an inventory backlog, Wal-Mart Stores is cutting US orders, according to a Bloomberg report that the discount giant called "misleading."
JC Penney shares tumbled to their lowest in nearly 13 years after a Goldman Sachs report projected slow sales and liquidity trouble.
The government is after JP Morgan in a way that we haven't seen since Jimmy Hoffa, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has ended a marathon Senate speech opposing President Barack Obama's health care law after talking for 21 hours, 19 minutes.
The financially strapped United States Postal Service proposed a 3-cent increase in first-class stamps on Wednesday.
The market's shocked reaction to the Fed's decision not to taper last week has raised concerns over the bank's ability to communicate with investors.
"It's important to remember that health care is the economy. ... The idea that we can separate out the two is a fantasy," Obama said.
Sen. Ted Cruz talks and talks and talks about his opposition to Obamacare, and his love for "Green Eggs and Ham."
Eight agencies joined forces to help protect the elderly from financial scams and to clarify privacy responsibilities for financial institutions.
How does a shutdown affect the military, government workers and average Americans reliant on government programs and benefits?
The US could have less than $50B in cash in October when the government exhausts its legal borrowing capacity, Treasury's Jack Lew said on Tuesday.
Thousands of American workers and businesses could lose if the government shuts down next week, but it might be a boon for some politicians.
A battle in San Jose, the self-proclaimed capital of Silicon Valley, over benefit cuts could have a ripple effect in California.
Odds are rising that congressional inaction could lead to a government shutdown, but that's not the biggest worry Washington has dealt markets.
Dan Hesse tells Cramer demand for the new iPhone is so brisk, he can barely keep up.
The electric car is on the fast track, but drivers need to charge up their engines. New ventures are getting the EV charger marketplace in gear.
Wearing millions of dollars of diamonds, Swarovski crystals and lingerie, Victoria's Secret Angels hit the catwalk.
Two works by the artist Damien Hirst – featuring his trademark multicolored dots - have been stolen from a gallery in London.
Apple and Sam Sung have parted ways. CNBC has learned that Sam Sung hasn’t worked at the giant tech company for months.
CNBC's David Faber crunches the numbers on Hilton's IPO, which is set to price after the bell today and will trade under the symbol "HLT."
Jim Cramer says Cisco has a management problem and explains why it has become a "hated" stock.
CNBC's David Faber reports Discovery is considering a bid for Scripps Networks and what synergies make the deal viable.