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BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Manufacturing activity growth in New York State slowed in March as the pace of new orders contracted to its weakest level since Nov. 2013.
Republicans will offer their plan to balance the budget within a decade and rein in programs such as food stamps and Medicare.
The Federal Reserve may try to quash the quickest dollar surge in over 40 years.
Your new car depreciated by how much? Here's why it's better to buy these models used.
A group comprising KKR, Varde Partners and Deutsche Bank are looking to securitize about $5.33 billion of debt they acquired from a unit of GE.
Facebook would like to clear a few things up.
Concert tickets are similar to an investment. As is the case with assets, there's homework to be done before jumping in.
Hearings in California on alleged unfair labor practices at America's biggest peach grower finally closed——but sparks kept flying.
An alleged Michigan prostitute and her parents are accused of attempting to extort millions from a retired software mogul, The Detroit News reports.
People who only now are learning they owe an Obamacare penalty for 2014 will get another chance to sign up for insurance this year.
The Obama administration is not working with Congress on an Iran nuclear deal because it is afraid to explain itself, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
People are tapping the wisdom of experts on crowdsourcing sites to get insights on thousands of diseases that still baffle scientists.
Aéropostale shares fell 16 percent on Friday, despite posting its first quarterly profit in two years.
One agency has ended its role in the inquiry about whether Harper Lee was manipulated into publishing a second novel. The New York Times reports.
Kristin Sausville's two opponents ended up with negative scores in "Jeopardy," making her the winner by default.
NYC is confronting a menace that has gummed the gears of plumbing networks around the world: the common wet wipe, the NYT reports.
The Disney brand is stronger than ever, bolstered by movies, TV, consumer products, digital properties and theme parks.
The U.S. Treasury has stopped issuing state and local government bonds ahead of the looming breach of the debt limit.
Lumber Liquidators is offering customers a free home air quality kit to test for the presence of formaldehyde, Today reports.
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Switzerland is the happiest place on Earth, thanks to its high performing GDP and healthy life expectancy rates of its citizens.
Spending $10 at McDonald's will buy a fast food feast. Shelling out $890.80? That will get you a "Big Max."
On Thursday, stock of Arris went up 20 percent because they announced an inversion deal. The company sponsors Carl Edwards in Nascar.
In 1939 on this day in history, the World's Fair opens in New York, then 22 years later, the FCC approves what broadcast medium?
On April 21, 1984, this album knocks Michael Jackson's "Thriller" out of the number 1 spot and another classic American musical opens in New York City in 1977.
Barbara Walters had a major career milestone on this day in 1976 doing what?