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Microsoft is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years as it looks to integrate Nokia Oyj's handset unit.
Google, Freescale and other tech companies look to connect future devices with a mesh network in a project called Thread. Re/code reports.
Etsy and Uber are among the small companies that rely on fast video streaming and are also against the FCC's net neutrality proposal.
U.S. public debt remains unsustainable and will reach 106 percent of economic output in 25 years, the Congressional Budget Office said.
The Permian Basin of west Texas and southeast New Mexico is seeing an exploration renaissance, according to Oilprice.com.
A federal appeals court said U.S. President Barack Obama deprived a small Chinese-owned firm of constitutional protections in a 2012 executive order.
Richard Mille has taken prices, and watchmaking, to a new extreme with his latest watch, which touts a $2.2 million price tag.
An attorney says he's won a settlement in a lemon-law suit against Tesla on behalf of a Model S owner who had problems. USA Today reports.
The Federal Reserve's unusually targeted comments that biotech and social media stocks are overheated sucked the wind out of a an early rally.
A former adviser to President Obama's transition team was waging his own legal battle against the IRS before conservatives took the agency to court.
The U.S. military granted Lockheed Martin's F-35 the right to fly on Tuesday, raising the odds that the fighter jet could still debut.
Most millennials use alternative medicine to maintain wellbeing rather than cure existing sicknesses. The Fiscal Times reports.
Inflation concerns about rising wages as the economy continues to recover are unfounded, Pimco's Paul McCulley tells CNBC ahead of Janet Yellen's Senate testimony.
Reynolds American on Tuesday announced plans to acquire Lorillard in a deal the company valued at $27.4 billion.
But the mood at Pimco aren't as bad as some reports suggest, Chief Economist Paul McCulley tells CNBC.
The liver disease NASH is becoming more widespread, and the market for treatments may rival those for hepatitis C.
Almost one million students in community colleges across the country lack access to low cost federal loans.
According to new research from Savings.com, more than 50 percent of the time consumers can find a better price elsewhere on the Web.
Can LeBron James turn around a city once derided as "The Mistake by the Lake"? Hopes are high in Cleveland.
Shopping malls are becoming relics, reminders of a time when we shopped on foot. How are beacons and augmented reality transforming retail?
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There is no shortage of ideas in the world of transportation, including an elevator stretching thousands of miles into space.
The Little League Baseball World Series, which holds its championship this weekend, has become a big-money sports event.
Here are the five best Wall Street movie villains of all time—and what they'd say about Yellen and the Fed if they were at Jackson Hole this week.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day on Bank of America's nearly $17 billion settlement with government.
While everyone is looking at gold, one surprising precious metal is trouncing it: palladium.
The dollar is near its highest levels in close to a year, and that might be a surprisingly good sign for U.S. stocks.