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On the fifth anniversary of a controversial economic stimulus plan, President Obama released a positive report that sparked a new round of partisan debate.
The city of Detroit's effort to declare some of its general obligation bonds as unsecured debt will be challenged in bankruptcy court Wednesday.
Approving the northern leg of the Keystone pipeline is a "no-brainer," said former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister, in a rebuke of the Obama administration.
Google's long fight with the EU over what the European Commission deemed to be anti-competitive practices appears to be reaching a conclusion.
A conservative group that helped defeat an organizing campaign will take its anti-union fight to other auto plants in the South, its leaders said.
The weather continues to provide traders a convenient scapegoat for bad economic data, and that helped fuel last week's rally, UBS' Art Cashin says.
Foreigners sold long-dated U.S. securities for a second month in December, selling almost all asset classes except Treasurys, data showed.
The full extent of the weather impact on the economy won't be known right away, argued JPMorgan's chief U.S. equity strategist, Tom Lee, who said he'd still buy stocks.
A gauge of manufacturing in New York state slowed in February after hitting a 20-month high, the New York Fed said in a report on Tuesday.
FEMA has quietly moved the lines on its maps to benefit oceanfront condo buildings and million-dollar homes.
Mayer is trying to move Yahoo squarely into competition with both Google and Microsoft, in an attempt to regain control over one of its key revenue streams.
Another winter storm hits the East, causing more travel headaches.
Institutional Investor magazine gave this firm one of only eight "A" grades that it handed out.
King Digital Entertainment, the gaming firm behind online game Candy Crush, said on Tuesday it would list on the New York Stock Exchange.
The virtual currency’s meteoric rise encountered stormy weather that could determine its future.
The portion of households reporting purchases of gluten-free food products to Nielsen hit 11 percent last year, rising from 5 percent in 2010. The NYT reports.
For the taxpayer, waits are long and often futile: 39% of those who called the IRS last year simply hung up before their call was answered.
Financial advisors can help engaged couples make financial planning, from savings strategies to insurance policies, a priority before the wedding day.
It sounds too good to be true, but companies are starting to let employees take as much time off as they want ... and it's all paid.
Slowed car sales threaten a price war among automakers that could bring sharp spikes in givebacks and other perks.
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Job prospects for this year's college graduates have changed a lot from last year, according to a new survey.
New Jersey casino is reimbursing players in a poker tournament that was suspended after counterfeit chips were discovered.
Jack De Gan, Harbor Advisory, shares his thoughts on General Electric's first quarter results.
I would describe the numbers as messy but largely in line, says Brian Nowak, Susquehanna analyst, dissecting the tech giant's quarterly earnings and sharing his thoughts on Google's future growth prospects.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports some of the highlights from Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual talk.