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.» Read More
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The "audit the Fed" issue raised by Rand Paul is likely to come up for other 2016 presidential hopefuls, Politico's Ben White says.
A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found consumers have easier access to free credit scores. Where to get yours.
Berkshire Hathaway signed a 400-million euro deal to acquire a Hamburg-based retailer of motorcycle apparel and accessories.
Marcato Capital Management accused the auction house's board and management of "willful neglect."
Citigroup cut CEO Corbat's pay by about 7 percent in 2014, a year in which the bank's profit nearly halved due to higher legal costs and a slump in bond trading.
Bill Gross associate Paul McCulley is stepping down as Pimco's chief economist and managing director.
Deere first-quarter profit dropped and cut its full-year profit forecast as lower corn prices and weak farm income weighed on demand.
The central and eastern U.S. prepared for another blast of record-breaking cold, snow and ice after frigid temperatures shattered all-time lows.
The nation's top labor official ratcheted up pressure on the two sides haggling over a new contract for dockworkers at West Coast seaports.
Live sports is heading to the Web, a move the News Corp. president called “inevitable,” and he predicted that online sports programming could be a bigger than its TV counterpart.
How a group of con men from Bangladesh came to New York City and used Atlantic City casinos to steal millions, according to investigators.
Apple is looking to begin production of an electric vehicle as early as 2020, according to Bloomberg, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
Sold a loser stock? If you're thinking about buying it back, watch out for wash-sale rules.
As the Nasdaq closes in on the all-time high it reached in 2000, investors are facing a market that barely resembles the go-go era of 15 years ago.
The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium near Los Angeles if both teams fail to get new deals in their hometowns.
A former director of sales for U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm pleaded guilty in San Diego on Thursday to insider trading, officials said.
The move ensures hourly workers will earn at least $1.75 above today's federal minimum wage, or $9 per hour, in April.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, offering fresh evidence that the labor market was gathering steam.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere told CNBC he is ready to take on the competition and "investing like crazy."
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Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a new streaming service.
A French bill aimed at decriminalizing prostitutes and fining their customers is being turned upside down by the Senate, led by the opposition.
John Staluppi, one of the nation's largest private car dealers, has owned 18 yachts. All of them were named after James Bond films.
David Gordon, International Capital Strategies, provides insight on the developing situation in Iran, as negotiations hit a snag.
Michael Zinn, UBS Wealth Management senior vice president, says the three big macro factors impacting markets are oil, currency and central bank activity.
After a strong rally, the Dow and the S&P 500 were back in positive territory for the first three months of the year ahead of this last day of the first quarter.