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Hackers may be able to access plane controls in some commercial jets, but it may not pose an imminent threat, experts told CNBC.
With almost 16 percent of ex-NFL players going broke after retirement, the league should do more to help, Jon Najarian said.
A mailman has been arrested after landing his gyrocopter on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol building Wednesday, reports the Tampa Bay Times.
Tim Cook is participating in a charity auction, giving the winner a chance to dine with him and two VIP passes to an Apple Keynote.
AshleyMadison.com, a website for spouses looking for affairs, says its wants to go public in London, reports Bloomberg.
McDonald's franchise employees who were denied recent pay raises have joined hundreds of fast food workers to call for a $15 federal minimum wage.
Many restaurants are turning April 15 into an annual eat freebie — or almost free — fest, reports USA Today.
There are 10 companies in the S&P that paid effective tax rates of 60% or greater last year. USA Today reports.
Former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson contends that a consumption tax can take 150 million people off the income tax roll.
It college worth it? Study after study confirms that it is. NBC News reports.
Democrat Hillary Clinton blasted executive pay and tax rates for hedge-fund managers, highlighting her promise to help struggling Americans.
Obamacare scared some companies, but their CEOs have been pleasantly surprised with how insurance prices have actually risen since 2011.
Even McDonald's franchisees are not 'lovin' it, according to a new survey from Janney Capital Markets.
As he winds down his career, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid sits down with CNBC's John Harwood to rip critics, talk of 2016 and his own plans.
Home builders are bullish on low interest rates and continued job growth as spring home buying season kicks into high gear.
Bank of America posted a profit, swinging from a surprise loss a year earlier when it took a charge of $6 billion for litigation expenses.
Mortgage applications decreased 2.3 percent from the prior week as interest rates ticked up slightly, according to an industry report.
The fight to redefine a McJob is heating up.
Target is nearing a settlement with MasterCard to reimburse about $20 million for costs incurred from the retailer's data breach in 2013.
Industrial production recorded its biggest drop in more than 2-1/2 years, fresh evidence that economic growth slowed sharply in the first quarter.
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