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Dating apps on company smartphones could be exposing individuals and their employers to hacking, spying and theft, according to a study by IBM.
Splashing out $8 billion for the TV rights to soccer's Premier League saw Sky shares drop 4 percent while rival BT saw a 3 percent pop.
"There's definitely an FX effect," AOL boss Tim Armstrong tells CNBC, but adds the impact on company earnings has not been that severe.
A new study shows that lost wages early in a career can reduce overall earnings for a lifetime: Not good news for millennials.
States are trying to lure California's dairies away with the promise of ample water, a stable feed supply and abundant land.
Record-setting storm prompts Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to declare a state of emergency.
A record 3,415 Americans renounced their citizenship in 2014, the Treasury Department said.
Health officials say the number of measles cases in the nation is up to 121 so far this year.
Urban Outfitters has been asked to remove clothes "eerily reminiscent" of uniforms gay, male prisoners wore during the Holocaust, USAToday reports.
Some New York City museums are banning selfie sticks, as museum spokespeople say they pose threats to art and other visitors.
Another New York-area JPMorgan Chase employee was involved in an apparent murder-suicide, but it's not clear it's a trend.
New studies underscore the human and financial tolls of antibiotic-resistant drugs, as well as how competition could be driving over-prescription.
Halliburton will layoff between 6.5 and 8 percent of its global staff, the oil field services company said Tuesday.
In 2014 only 30 domestic flights experienced tarmac delays longer than three hours down from 84 in 2013, NBCNews reports.
U.S. small business optimism fell in January, but a strengthening labor market should keep the economy on solid ground early in the year.
Home Depot said it has started to hire more than 80,000 seasonal workers for the spring selling season, the company's busiest period.
Passengers on JetBlue flights can now buy food, beverages and amenities with from crew's iPad Minis, USAToday reports.
A judge's ruling threatens a plan for Puerto Rico to avert financial catastrophe, and that could pose big problems for hedge funds. The NYT reports.
Does Apple have what Tesla wants or vice versa? Rumors fly as the rivalry between the two tech giants intensify.
Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, tells CNBC that nobody involved in the Greek debt standoff knows what they are doing.
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John Staluppi, one of the nation's largest private car dealers, has owned 18 yachts. All of them were named after James Bond films.
Personal details of world leaders—including Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin—were accidentally disclosed by G-20 organizers, The Guardian reports.
Heading into the next round of CNBC's Most Loved Label contest, these beer brands are learning, every vote counts.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer tells you why today's rally surprised him.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day on cult stocks; biotech and semiconductors.
Mad Money's Cramer dissects the performance of Lululemon and outlines reasons the stock is once again proving itself to Wall Street.