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Facebook faces a backlash after manipulating user news feeds to see how their posts would change.
The success of the U.S. at the World Cup hasn't just meant mega-TV ratings, but also a spike in merchandise sales.
Though ultra-Orthodox Jews may lack basic math skills, Torah studies provide them with tools applicable to Israel's booming high-tech industry
Obama told his Cabinet to look for areas where he might be able to govern by executive action given gridlock in Congress that is hampering his agenda.
Panera Bread's pay-what-you-like cafes offer a window on Americans who are still battling food insecurity after the recession's end.
America's auto industry, in the midst of a five-year run where sales have rebounded more than 55 percent, is close to seeing a slowdown.
Walgreen's chief, who said he was "proud of our Illinois heritage," is considering a deal that would move its HQ to Switzerland in a bid to cut taxes.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in June, driven by the fastest growth in output and new orders in over four years, a report showed on Tuesday.
While stocks have generally moved higher, winning themes have emerged for the second half of the year.
It seems like only yesterday that former enterprise smartphone king BlackBerry was left for dead.
The Manhattan real estate market is now a tale of two cities—the merely rich and the super rich.
Twitter said Chief Financial Officer Mike Gupta will become senior vice president of strategic investments and named Anthony Noto as his replacement.
A tropical depression swirling Tuesday over Miami and the Bahamas is projected to strengthen, NBC News reports.
Hacked details of trade discussions involving 22 teams were leaked to Anonbin, a data sharing website, USA Today reports.
The pace of growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed slightly in June, though new orders accelerated to a six-month high.
Ah, summer. Thoughts of sandy beaches, sunny days and, um, summer stock market swoons - but July is an exception.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing for a third straight month in May, according to data released on Tuesday.
Morgan Stanley is opening the social media door for its brokers by allowing them to post self-authored content on firm-approved Twitter accounts.
More Americans are fueling up at supermarkets and warehouse clubs instead of traditional service stations, according to a new survey.
Celebrating Independence Day's going to be more expensive this year, according to an informal survey.
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Vinod Khosla, a green energy billionaire with ties to President Obama, is fighting surfers over access to a beach. NBC reports.
New small-batch syrups and mixers make it easier for consumers to craft cocktails at home.
Julie Sygiel, the founder and CEO of underwear start-up Dear Kate, didn't expect the backlash over her latest ad campaign.
The big job of keeping Americans working... Someone's got to do it. Labor Secretary Tom Perez talks jobs, salaries and how to keep up in the global economy.
The markets' melt-up is ending August on a steamy note. Will this be a September to remember? Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen and JP Morgan Funds' David Kelly weigh in on the bull run, geopolitical events and what they're telling investors to do now.
September is usually a shaky month for the market. CNBC's Dominic Chu identifies some potential rough spots ahead. On the floor, Lou Pastina of the NYSE says good bye after 31 years of service.