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Lululemon Athletica is pulling shipments of unexpectedly sheer women's yoga pants from its stores, in a move they said would hurt its bottom line.
Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is trying to sell his home near Washington, DC for just under a million bucks.
Walgreen and partner Alliance Boots will take up to a 23 percent stake in AmerisourceBergen, ending Walgreen's current contract with Cardinal Health.
Groundbreaking to build new homes rose and new permits for construction hit the highest level since 2008, a sign the housing market recovery is gathering steam.
Amid a cold war between Apple and Adobe over Flash, a key player is changing teams: Adobe's chief technology officer is heading to Apple.
Adobe earnings fell sharply from a year earlier but beat forecasts as revenue held above $1 billion. Shares rose after-hours.
"Tell me the case where you need it?," T. Boone Pickens said of the US's strategic petroleum reserve. Getting rid of it would save the country "one heck of a lot of money," he said.
The House Small Business Committee will hold a hearing examining duplication found among 52 entrepreneurial programs. Guest blogger and Congressman Sam Graves takes a closer look.
In recent years, as the surgical robot's popularity has grown, so have questions and concerns about its safety, training and the aggressiveness of its marketing.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew met new Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday at a critical time in relations between the world's two largest economies, with cyber hacking, market access and the Chinese currency high on the agenda for talks
This quarter for Oracle, it's all about the future. Here are three important elements of the report to watch.
Entrepreneur Nirav Tolia wants to leverage the power of technology to build happier, safer neighborhoods with his latest startup, Nextdoor.
When it comes to maintaining and investing in infrastructure, America is seeing some progress, but still not making the grade.
Despite "unfair commentary" on the 787 Dreamliner, Boeing makes great aircraft, Ryanair CEO told CNBC, following the purchase of $15.6 billion worth of new Boeing jets.
While market trading may slow down during March Madness, hackers are ramping up to get you in their own brackets. Here's how to protect yourself.
A watch phone? Sounds like something TV private eye Maxwell Smart would have. But as smartphone sales slow, both Samsung and Apple are said to be working on them.
Congress wants a second look at how private firms profit from public research after Pfizer and the National Institutes of Health developed a potentially lucrative new drug. The NYT reports.
The Washington Post plans to start charging for some digital content starting this summer, becoming one of the last major U.S. newspapers to do so.
BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, will lay off nearly 300 employees, or about 3 percent of its workforce.
The NFL has settled a lawsuit relating to the use of retired players' images, agreeing to contribute $42 million to a newly established Common Good Fund that will be administered by a group of retired players. NBC reports.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, weighs in on today's vote. "This is a huge triumph for JPMorgan investors," he says.
The Dow and S&P 500 close at record highs. Discussing similarities with today's market rally and the 1980s, with David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, and Abigail Doolittle, The Seaport Group.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on new developments in the Congressional investigation of the IRS scandal. Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator, and David Goodfriend, Democratic strategist, discuss.