U.S. economic growth cooled in the fourth quarter as previously estimated, with businesses throttling back on inventory and equipment investment.» Read More
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Employment is increasing, no question, but not in the professions that typically own homes, says Freddie Mac.
McDonald's has been too obsessed with the fast-casual business and needs to refocus, one of its former executives told CNBC.
Growers who jumped into the new legal market hoping to make a killing in cannabis are now getting killed by a glut of product.
Premium tax credits paid directly to insurance companies for lower income consumers cut their premiums. USA Today reports.
Fierce competition at the world's largest outdoor farm machinery show may cause discounting this year, particularly for used tractors and combines.
Food Cowboy is a start-up looking to redirect the fate of rejected food, not only to end hunger but to save distributors and restaurants money.
Tesla rolled out the new Model S P85D, a performance edition of its flagship Model S, in an attempt to expand sales in cold-weather states.
Enter married, leave with a quickie divorce at a resort and spa in this New York town. The New York Post reports.
Tax-refund fraud is expected to soar this season, and hit a whopping $21 billion by 2016, from just $6.5 billion two years ago, according to the IRS.
U.S. President Barack Obama sent Congress his text for an authorization to use military force in the campaign against Islamic State.
The Fed should change rules to address conflicts of interest in the power centers of New York and Washington, an outspoken Fed official said.
Apple became the first $700 billion U.S. company, but these six stocks are actually outperforming the tech giant's stock. USA Today reports.
Lionsgate on Wednesday said it entered into a stock agreement with affiliates of billionaire John Malone.
PepsiCo reported a better-than-expected profit, helped by higher sales of Frito-Lay snacks, and said it would buy back up to $12 billion shares.
The stigma of an office romance is becoming as dated as the power suit. NBC's TODAY.com reports.
Advisors at the 2015 TD Ameritrade conference remain upbeat about the U.S. market despite recent volatility and say clients should be, too.
Chocolate purchases are consistent all year, and don't move dramatically for Valentine's Day, according to data.
Some political embarrassments over the last few days show Jeb Bush's political mechanics need a lot of work.
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Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
Craft beer is growing rapidly in the southern United States, though the region still lags behind other areas of the U.S.
One of the first American pennies has just sold for TKTK in an auction by coin auctioneer Stack's Bowers in Baltimore.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen discusses his view of the company's growth, and which handset is performing the best. Chen sees positive momentum for its enterprise servers.
Salesforce.com's CEO Marc Benioff is taking a stand against the controversial Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the "he said, she said," in the gender discrimination case of Ellen Pao v. Kleiner Perkins trial, where the jury is still deliberating.