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A group of Amazon employees will have the opportunity to vote to establish the first-ever labor union representation at a US Amazon facility.
A U.S. Senate is set to grill regulators on plans to address the risks of banks' involvement in physical commodities markets.
After six years of selling high-priced yoga pants, Christine Day is going to a healthy foods start-up backed by Derek Jeter and Jennifer Garner.
GM will pay the first quarterly dividend on its common stock in almost six years, marking another step in the automaker's recovery from bankruptcy.
The Federal Communications Commission may appeal the ruling by a U.S. appeals court that struck down the agency's Internet rules, according to FCC.
Tesla shares are higher on bullish sales numbers as the government issues a "recall" over issues with power adapters.
A federal judge preliminarily rejected a $765 million settlement of NFL concussion claims, fearing the sum may not be enough.
Rising interest rates and a sluggish housing recovery has prompted lower forecasts for mortgage originations this year.
Negotiators in the U.S. Congress on Monday unveiled a $1.1 trillion spending bill that aims to prevent another government shutdown.
Wells Fargo, the biggest U.S. mortgage lender, reported an 11 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit, helped in the second half of the year.
Customer loyalty programs, like Target's Red Card, could be in trouble after the breach that affected 70 million customers.
The failure in the U.S. to adopt tighter credit card payment standards makes purchases more vulnerable to hackers, said the CEO of a leading smart card maker.
While dominated by small- to mid-sized merchants, forerunners to large, national marijuana brands are emerging. Is pot America's next big industry?
You wouldn't know it from the dozens of retailers warning of a weak Christmas, but it turns out retail sales were actually pretty good in December.
A U.S. federal judge dismissed a lawsuit challenging new rules forcing banks to tell IRS officials about accounts held by foreigners.
JPMorgan reported a drop in profit after paying penalties to the government for not reporting suspicions of fraud by Bernie Madoff.
U.S. small business sentiment improved in December, with firms more optimistic about future business conditions and future earnings.
Identity theft is already a serious problem—the No. 1 complaint to the FTC—and tax-related identity theft is a growing part of this crime spree.
The Republican offer would pay for the jobless benefits by extending across-the-board sequester spending cuts for another year—into 2024.
According to a new study, Apple's iPhone 5c is gobbling less share of the iPhone market than the 4s did last year when it was the mid-range option.
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A health group said that Joe's Crab shack uses "lots" of trans fat in its food, Today reports.
A look at some of the freshest, coolest cars debuting at the New York International Auto Show.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen and the release of the Beige Book reiterated central bank support for the recovering economy, helping all three major indexes finish at session highs. Markets were already up at the open, thanks to positive pre-market housing news involving single-family component numbers as well as better-than-expected earnings from Bank of America.
It's college acceptance season and many parents will soon start getting bills for the fall semester. So after saving for your child's education over the years, what is the best way to withdraw funds from a 529 college savings plan? CNBC's Sharon Epperson takes you step by step.
Katherine Collins, Honeybee Capital CEO and author of "The Nature of Investing", explains why she looks at high-frequency trading as a disease. The "Closing Bell" panel weighs in.