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Central Detroit is getting ultra-high-speed Internet and TV service—a major boost to the city's startup scene. the Fiscal Times report.
These 10 companies are about to make some noise with their quarterly profit reports, USA Today reports.
A JP Morgan senior analyst told CNBC why diet soda is becoming less popular with American consumers.
Antarctica may have marked its warmest day ever recorded earlier this week, with a temperature reading of 63.5 F.
The former UN ambassador says Israel is "our anchor in the Mideast."
New York lawmakers were reportedly forced to return bobblehead dolls from the ALS Association as corruption fears run high in Albany.
U.S. economic growth cooled in the fourth quarter as previously estimated, with businesses throttling back on inventory and equipment investment.
Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC he feels more relaxed about the prospects for stocks despite four-straight down trading days.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will not seek re-election next year, the New York Times reports.
Some big banks have discussed withholding campaign donations to Democrats in symbolic protest of Elizabeth Warren's calls for them to be broken up.
Corporate boards, meet the next Bill Ackmans and Carl Icahns of the world.
Employers and 401(k) plan administrators offer plenty of advice when employees are saving. When it's time to use the money, guidance is scarce.
Dow Chemical says it will separate a large part of its chlorine business in a deal that will give it control of Olin Corp.
One of the first American pennies has just sold for TKTK in an auction by coin auctioneer Stack's Bowers in Baltimore.
BlackBerry delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Friday.
These true tales of cellular destruction may have you saying: What were they thinking?
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
Benioff said he has canceled all his company’s events in the state of Indiana after its governor signed this law.
The Federal Reserve vice chair said the nonbank financial sector is less vulnerable to the type of shocks seen during the financial crisis.
Securities-based lending sounds good: Get cash to buy the stuff you want now, without having to sell your investments. The reality may be more complicated.
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Kat Cole and Scott Gerber sat down over drinks and Cinnabons to talk about what guides them in business. (Part 1 of 3.)
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