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The FDIC's stricter leverage rules will be announced on Tuesday, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly. The FDIC is expected to raise the key leverage ratio for banks to 5 percent from 3 percent.
Just as America's homeowners were finally coming up for air, they are suddenly turning more negative on the housing market, according to a new survey from Fannie Mae.
Apple has cut iPhone orders for the second half of this year, according to analyst Brian Blair at Wedge Partners.
The level of underemployed workers looks bad on its face but even worse when it's not the government doing the counting.
Individual investors showed no fear during the June stock market pullback, aggressively buying the dip and getting even more bullish by the end of the month than they were before it started. Do they know something the pros don't?
ISS Proxy Advisory Services is recommending that Dell shareholders approve the offer by CEO Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners to take the company private.
The Federal Reserve should begin its move away from easy money now in order to strengthen a "tepid recovery," the head of a heavy machinery making company tells CNBC.
The renowned buy and hold investor stressed buying and selling on news is not good strategy. "Everyone thinks they are advantaged by trading on news. They are not."
The government will be ready to open new online insurance exchanges, a provision of the president's health-care law, by Oct. 1, U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park told CNBC.
The Obama administration will roll back requirements for state insurance marketplaces to verify the income and health coverage status of people who apply for coverage.
A rise in 10-year Treasury yields above 2.7 percent on Friday is just the start of a long-term upward trend, Goldman Sachs said on Sunday.
Thomson Reuters said it would suspend its early provision of the widely watched Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment data at the request of the New York Attorney General.
A large hedge fund that invested in shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plans to sue the U.S. Treasury Secretary and the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Modems and routers are bigger energy hogs than laptops and cell phone chargers. On a national scale, it’s pretty staggering: $1 billion a year in electricity.
Some 40 million Americans don't get paid for sick days. Efforts to mandate paid sick leave, but obstacles remain.
Many banks have a special women's outreach programs, to get a piece of the growing wealth controlled by women, but how much wealth will there be? That's the tough part.
Tens of millions of individuals and small businesses planning to buy health insurance under the new exchanges will find U.S. states controlling their fate, not President Obama.
Whole Foods is recalling Crave Brothers Les Freres cheese after an outbreak of a bacterial infection that has sickened people in several states and killed at least one person.
Morningstar said personal information, including credit-card details, of about 2,300 customers may have been compromised due to a security breach last year.
Amid a slow-growth environment for US manufacturing, one American company is bucking the trend as Americans embrace juicing, which has driven sales higher.
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Minecraft founder Markus Persson is the ultimate bachelor. Now he's got the ultimate bachelor pad.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has struck out at U.K. broadcaster BBC over allegations of poor working conditions.
The iconic Lincoln Log toy has moved its manufacturing back to the U.S., without hurting its profit margins.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Stocks surged this week after the Fed kept rates where they are and said it would be patient.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. Christmas is this week and retailers are hoping for a big Super Saturday.
It's his annual appeal. Mad Money host Jim Cramer wants you to place a couple shares of this stock in the stockings.