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"Chariot" could help pull the increasingly top-heavy art market through another record-breaking auction season.
High unemployment rates are hurting incumbent Republican governors running for office in Georgia, Wisconsin and Florida. Voters want jobs.
Thirteen years after the twin towers of the World Trade Center were destroyed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, One World Trade Center reopens its doors.
U.S. manufacturing expanded far more briskly than estimated in October, fully recovering from the previous month's weakness, a report showed Monday.
Young Americans are opting to rent rather than a buy a house, because of low inventory in their price range and tight credit.
Pressure is mounting for the Chinese Internet retailer to put up good numbers in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.
Kroger has delivered 43 straight quarters of rising sales at stores open at least a year.
The struggling chain on Monday plans to announce another revamped menu that tacks on more dishes featuring lobster.
The U.S. Supreme Court isn't taking up a huge threat to Obamacare. Yet.
Many boomers heading into retirement are carrying debt with them. That's a mistake, says Suze Orman, who offers advice for getting rid of it.
Marcus Lemonis of CNBC's "The Profit" gives advice on effective leadership. Includes tips from the National Federation of Independent Business too.
Online sales this holiday are expected to reach a record high, but the category's growth will decelerate, according to Forrester Research.
Politico's Ben White tells you what to look for as the results roll in from Tuesday's midterm elections.
The extra months Apple spends refining the Apple Watch could redefine the smartwatch industry, an analyst says.
A fierce battle among virtual wallet providers is heating up. Can Apple Pay for the iPhone 6 gain the strongest foothold over rivals?
Daylight saving may actually reduce productivity and not save energy, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Technical analysts love to talk about pattern types. But the vomiting camel? That's an obscure one, even for most chartists.
Jersey Mike's CEO Peter Cancro says his company's performance is a sign that consumers have more money to spend on higher-priced food options.
If Republicans take the Senate, as expected in Tuesday's midterm election, the economy could grow much faster, former GE chief Jack Welch says.
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