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The plastic bag's role in pollution has sparked a statewide ban in California, but this good-intentioned measure could have unforeseen consequences.
Recent government missteps could cost the midterm elections for the Democrats, NBC News reports.
A federal court judge has ruled that bankrupt cities like Stockton, California, can cut pensions.
Warren Buffett won't name names, but he told CNBC the companies were "names you'd recognize."
Police don't ticket cars, they ticket drivers. But the drivers who get tickets drive certain kinds of cars. See what made the top 10.
The Federal Reserve may go from moving the goal posts to removing them altogether when it comes to setting interest rate expectations.
The number of jobless claims fell unexpectedly last week, an indication that layoffs may be abating in an uncertain economy.
A CPI and CNBC investigation found Bank of America has controlled many federal prison trust fund accounts in a no-bid contract since 2000.
Amtrak said it will have to curtail use of the rail tunnels leading to NYC to repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, NYT reports.
GoPro shares fell more than 12 percent after news that the founders are breaking a lockup on their shares to set up a new charity.
Car dealerships have created vast personal wealth for countless American families. Who are these car kings?
Some cities have cooled for single-family rentals, but investors are still gobbling up properties in other markets like Charlotte, North Carolina.
GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner's ability to mobilize conservatives and court swing voters in Colorado could be replicated elsewhere.
Allianz will replace chief executive officer Michael Diekmann next year with Oliver Baete in the wake of Bill Gross's sudden departure from Pimco.
Netflix cuts a deal with Adam Sandler to make four original movies.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Passport isn't an iPhone killer—and that's OK.
A new survey finds super-rich investors are expecting returns of 9 percent or more, and some expect returns of at least 11 percent. Crazy?
Instead of being an annoyance, advertising in 25 years will feel more like content you'll want to watch, read or interact with.
The billionaire investor announces on CNBC he's buying Van Tuyl Group, the nation's largest privately held car dealership chain.
New orders for U.S. factory goods posted their biggest decline ever in August, clawing back an aircraft-driven jump a month earlier.
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The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.
Millennials are shying away from credit cards, but plastic helps build a credit history. Here's what to look for.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
Even after a big move, Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks you need to hang on.
Take-Two Interactive chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick discusses the company's organic growth story and willingness to return capital to shareholders as well, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.