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George Clooney pushed for an online release of Sony's "The Interview" after the studio canned the movie amid North Korean threats.
Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister lashes out at Gov. Andrew Cuomo on his decision to ban fracking in New York state.
Consumers are demanding more from their smartphones, but retailers' mobile apps aren't yet delivering, according to a new survey.
Savvy investors plan to spend 2014 bonus checks, according to an E*Trade survey, but only some have really earned the right to do that.
The iconic Lincoln Log toy has moved its manufacturing back to the U.S., without hurting its profit margins. Here's a look behind the scenes.
The end of the year is a good time to review estate plans, particularly if you've had a change-in-life circumstance in the past 12 months.
Some U.S. companies took immediate steps to enter the Cuban marketplace after Obama's move to end the trade embargo. The NYT reports.
Citigroup thinks Instagram is now worth about 49 times what Facebook paid for it two years ago, raising the value of the combined company.
One trader got in on the Golden Arches, in the single biggest options trade of the day.
Many celebrities have charities tied to their fame and bankability. Does it work? Here are highs and lows in recent star-studded giving.
Carly Fiorina, who led HP until 2005, is hiring for an "imminent" presidential run, according to National Journal.
Red Hat reported quarterly revenue and profit above market expectations, boosted by strong growth in subscriptions.
CarMax on Friday reported profit of $130 million in its fiscal third quarter.
This year was a better year for short sellers than last year, Jim Chanos said. Here's what he's shorting now.
BlackBerry reported revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations, but managed to post a small adjusted profit and positive cash flow.
Thai Union Frozen Products agreed to buy Bumble Bee Seafoods for $1.5 billion as part of a plan to double revenue through overseas acquisitions.
A Turkish court detained a top media executive and three other people pending trial on accusations of belonging to a terrorist group.
Shares of electric car maker BYD rebounded on Friday, after management sought to reassure investors that operations were continuing as normal.
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Venezuela has the dubious distinction as the most miserable place on earth, according to one index.
Tickets for Super Bowl XLIX are being offered for more than twice the price as last year, according to resellers.
The storm that hit the East Coast last week underwent "bombogenesis," and it could happen again to Winter Storm Juno.
Earnings season gathers steam this week, with Apple among the 142 S&P 500 slated to release fourth-quarter results Tuesday.
Porn stars spoke to CNBC on the red carpet at the AVN Awards in Las Vegas, and shared how they would invest $10,000.
Tom Falk, Kimberly-Clark chairman and CEO, discusses the demand for products and the performance of business last quarter, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.