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Why would Apple plan to shut down Beats Music, as a TechCrunch headline reports? Answer: It’s not.
Mohamed El-Erian expected to go quietly. The one-time Pimco heir apparent had no idea leaving the firm would create a firestorm.
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There's an easy way to get your phone returned and keep it secure: Add emergency contact information to your lock screen.
Fares were up more than 8 percent in the second quarter, and checked-bag fees continued to climb as well.
Few small businesses think now is the time to expand, and hiring is essentially flat. But wait—there may be a silver lining.
Young Americans are less likely to spend extra to purchase "Made in USA" products than their older countrymen, but some hope to change that.
Billionaires are holding mountains of cash, offering the latest sign that the ultra-wealthy are nervous about putting more money into today's markets.
The Teamsters' lawsuit, citing a recent CNBC.com story, was filed on behalf of the company against the directors.
Once a major driver for rising home prices, investors have stopped gobbling up houses with new concerns of rising interest rates.
A top regulator in New York believes it's only a matter of time before terrorists strike a major cyber blow against the American financial system.
In a world riven by differences, there's still plenty of common ground when it comes to public attitudes about major institutions.
Smartphone users snapped up Apple's latest iteration of the iPhone in record numbers, with sales exceeding 10 million.
The Scotland vote on independence was a wake-up call for the world, says Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller.
Sir Richard Branson estimates the North America trucking industry could save up to $40 billion a year through new technologies.
A survey finds 20% of Americans laid off the past five years are still unemployed, reports USA Today.
The New York Fed president expressed concern over dollar strength and cautioned investors against trying to read too much into economic projections.
After more than three decades of sanctions by the U.S., the EU and the UN, Iran could soon be open for business, says Dan Steinbock.
Joan Rivers' treatment may be an example of what is known as "V.I.P. Syndrome," in which famous patients get special treatment, The NYT reports.
Investors took a break from the U.S. housing market, as existing home sales tumbled unexpectedly in August.
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New York City's health department said a doctor being treated for Ebola "cooperated fully" with officials, dismissing a report that he initially lied.
Kenny Polcari explains the composition of a black swan event: outlier, global market effect, and after the fact rationalization.
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