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New York Fashion Week will move to two separate locations further downtown come September.
Some hotels and restaurants around the U.S. are offering special Tax Day promotions for filers that include meals and deals.
Sprint wants to put 5,000 home-delivery cars in major cities this year as part of its new home-delivery service.
Conglomerates are coming to the conclusion that they should stick to businesses in which they have a competitive advantage, Harry Wilson tells CNBC.
College-bank checking accounts "offer few benefits" to the students who use them, reports NBC News.
Marco Rubio says he is running for president, feels "uniquely qualified" to talk about future.
Hillary Clinton has already taken an early lead in this key area.
In what seems like a broken record, the quality of airline service deteriorated last year as carriers continued to squeeze passengers in numerous ways.
Shareholders in the biggest US companies stand to receive a record $1 trillion from stock buybacks and dividends this year, the FT reports.
As the job market improves, risk is receding that a setback could derail the recovery once the Fed raises rates, the San Francisco Fed president said.
PepsiCo is taking over league sponsorship rights of the National Basketball Association from rival Coca-Cola, the company confirmed Monday.
The mix of fiscal, monetary and regulatory policy is benefiting investors but may not trickle down, Strategas' Jason Trennert tells CNBC.
Lofty valuations in global asset markets have caused a "wall of worry" for professional investors, one strategist warned.
General Motors is considering plans to spend as much as $1 billion renovating its Technical Center, Bloomberg reported.
Apple is likely to quickly ramp production of the Apple Watch after strong pre-orders outstripped limited supply, some Wall Street analysts said.
Two CEO's were paid just a buck last year – making them just two CEOs in the Standard & Poor's 500 to make that little, according to USA TODAY.
Two earthquakes rattled Los Angeles within four hours, including one near the Baldwin Hills oil fields.
Clorox has apologized after it sparked outrage by tweeting "where's the bleach."
Barbara Bergmann, a pioneer in the study of gender in the economy, died on April 5 at her home in Maryland, reports the New York Times.
Spotify is nearing a deal to raise $400 million, valuing the music streaming service provider at $8.4 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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