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An arctic blast gave millions of people a real reason to shiver early Friday, bringing a deep chill to Halloween festivities.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
The NYSE and the NYSE market experienced a brief issue involving publishing and receiving trades and quotes on Thursday.
As holiday sales ramp up to Black Friday, Oct. 30 may prove to be an important day for bargain hunters.
A senior Jefferies banker, Sage Kelly, is on leave after intense publicity around salacious allegations made by his wife in divorce proceedings.
Hollywood studios will release more comic book movies than ever before in the coming years, and the busy schedule could test superheroes' box office power.
Amazon will launch its first Black Friday specials before some partygoers have taken off their Halloween costumes.
Millennials are shying away from credit cards, but plastic is a great way to build a credit history. Here's what to look for in a card.
Stocks are up despite weak market internals. Much of the Dow's gain is due to Visa and utilities are leading the S&P 500.
Credit Suisse wants a hedge fund to return $1.5 million, but the fund's manager is missing, the New York Times reports.
Chinese President Xi Jinping applauded a Chinese blogger who has written erroneous comments about America, reports the Global Post.
"I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an op-ed in BloombergBusinessweek.
A smaller trade deficit and a surge in defense spending buoyed U.S. economic growth in the third quarter, as jobless claims ticked higher last week.
Kaci Hickox took her campaign against an Ebola quarantine out for a spin on Thursday.
Prosecutors are exploring whether to strengthen deferred or nonprosecution agreements, or scrap them altogether and force the banks to plead guilty to a crime. The NYT reports.
Sen. Ted Cruz, a tea party favorite, tells CNBC the only way the GOP can win the presidency in 2016 is to run a strong conservative candidate.
Through its investment in Auction.com, Google will be able to forecast home sales for the month ahead.
A group of retailers led by Wal-Mart aims to upend the credit card market and fight for dominance at the checkout line.
Kenny Polcari explains the composition of a black swan event: outlier, global market effect, and after the fact rationalization.
Microsoft launched a device that will allow users to monitor their fitness and exercise regime, marking its debut into the wearable technology market.
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Insure.com crunched government stats to match parts of Santa's job to a real-world job title and salary. TODAY reports.
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What began as a mistake by Sears has become a competition between two of the technology world's biggest companies.
Nicholas Pollachi, The Whisky Dog, shares his spirit picks and the best way to serve them for the holidays.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on a young woman's inspiring story and battle with a rare cancer.
Bill Barstow, Main Street Theaters CEO, explains his decision not to screen Sony's "The Interview."