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The big question is what type of smart cards will US banks issue: Will they require a PIN code for authentication or simply a signature?
With the debt ceiling settled, Congress won't be in a position to damage the economy for a while now, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told CNBC.
Dennis Woodside, a long-time Google executive, will become chief operating officer at the cloud storage company Dropbox.
Procrastinators may find that a snowy Valentine's will put their plans on ice—or at least, result in one heck of a no-gift excuse.
South African President Jacob Zuma is set to deliver a crucial speech amid a declining economy and growing disillusionment with ANC rule.
Deere posted a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit, but kept its full-year forecast unchanged, citing the challenges the farm equipment industry.
Fewer U.S. homes were repossessed in January, bringing foreclosures down to the lowest level in more than six years.
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was convicted Wednesday on charges that he accepted bribes, free trips and other gratuities from contractors.
Gasoline could jump anywhere from 15 to 40 cents a gallon over the next several months, but it could be one of the cheapest summer driving seasons in several years.
Apple is planning to introduce a new Apple TV and is negotiating with Time Warner Cable and others, Bloomberg reports.
Third Point said Dow Chemical's lack of transparency makes it difficult to determine whether the company should be split up or kept together.
Nearly 3.3 million enrolled in Obamacare insurance plans as of Feb. 1, said officials, who also noted an enrollment jump among young adults.
The U.S. Congress approved legislation on Wednesday to extend U.S. federal borrowing authority for a year.
The American Medical Association expects some doctors will have to pay three times the original estimate for implementing new codes.
This winter's wild weather could lead to a better outlook for this sector, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday.
Stocks are for in a period of adjustment to the Fed's move toward normalized monetary policy, Barry Knapp at Barclays told CNBC.
Nicole Miller CEO Bud Konheim has a message for all of the 99 percenters: you’re luckier than you think.
The executive order to raise the minimum wage for federal contract workers is being meet with joy and more debate.
Start-ups with names like "Kaggle," "Evolv" and "HaystaqDNA" are trying to extract insights about the world in ways not possible before.
In America's new normal, plenty of Americans will tumble into poverty at some point—but few will be stuck there.
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