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Investors are hedging their bets for the upcoming leap second, according to a report. Here's why.
Aston Martin will decide whether to add production at another plant by the end of the year and it would likely be in the U.S.
Patent trolls took a hit in 2014, but they aren't dead yet. Patent litigation dropped for the first time in five years, according to a new study.
Paid sick leave is the next frontier in the fight for the lowest earners. It has caught the attention of governments and companies alike.
UPS allegedly covered up reports that it was late to deliver packages, keeping government customers from being eligible for refunds.
A stockbroker, who had 69 customer disputes filed over 13 years, was only barred by the FINRA in September 2014, The NYT reports.
"I'm not Don Draper," said Bill Backer, the man behind the "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" ad, the NYT reports.
George Lucas probably isn't regretting the deal he made with Disney for his Lucasfilm group after shares rise 70 percent.
Tony Fadell, the executive that Google put in charge of its Glass wearable device, says a big rethink is likely, the Financial Times reports.
U.S. housing starts jumped to their highest level in nearly 7-1/2 years and permits soared, offering a glimmer of hope for the struggling economy.
In an open letter to Tim Cook, Icahn said he believes the company will enter the television space in 2016. Apple recently shelved such plans.
Longtime stock market bull Thomas Lee says the S&P 500 will add another 10 percent, even after three straight record-high sessions.
Retirees are bringing unprecedented levels of student loan debt into their later years, according to a new report. USA Today reports.
Goldman Sachs analysts believe the S&P may climb a bit higher before its ascent is over for the next 12 months.
A new product hopes to give parents a tool to stop distracted teens from texting or calling while driving.
Home Depot's better-than-expected earnings and revenue numbers show the consumer is spending "more and more" on their home, says a leading analyst.
If you think you are going to be aging alone, now -- while you still have the financial, mental and physical tools -- is the time to figure out a plan.
Don't shove money in a mattress! Other options offer safe-keeping. Some put you at risk.
Wal-Mart Stores delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday, hurt by the stronger dollar.
Even if rates tick higher, the S&P's richly yielding names will do just fine, predicts technician Todd Gordon.
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Your next visit at Olive Garden will likely look a little different.
Chairman of the Fisher House Foundation, Ken Fisher, discusses the Hero Miles program with CNBC's Dina Gusovsky. During Military Appreciation Month, Fisher is asking every traveler to donate 1,000 of their miles to replenish the Hero Miles programs that is in danger of running out.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer on why this market can't stop, won't stop.
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