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It's not often that the price of a pair of running shorts costs more than a yearlong gym membership.
After months of promotions, retailers are finally trying to break consumers' addiction to discounts. Will shoppers call their bluff?
Social sharing site Pinterest has raised $367 million, giving it a valuation of about $11 billion, according to a new report.
Irish golfer Rory McIlroy will appear on the cover of Electronic Arts' "Rory McIlroy PGA Tour," slated for release this summer.
Two suits involving Uber and Lyft are headed for trial, and could have wide-ranging implications for labor costs and the freelance economy.
Burger King executives are handing off some important menu decision making powers to an unlikely source: a chicken named Gloria.
Millions of young Americans are finding hard work is no longer enough to reach economic stability, reports NBC News.
It's called end-to-end encryption and it locks up emails so that only the sender and receiver can read them.
An executive at Vodafone talks to CNBC about the drivers behind the mobile giant's radical new global maternity leave policy.
More than 16 million obtained health coverage since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the government said Monday.
A crackdown by the Obama administration on "tax inversion" deals has actually led to a sharp increase in foreign takeovers. FT reports.
Despite warming weather in much of the nation, U.S. home builders are steadily losing faith in their business.
Auction house Sotheby's appointed Madison Square Garden Chief Executive Tad Smith its CEO, replacing William Ruprecht, its chief since 2000.
U.S. manufacturing output fell in February as automobile production tumbled, pointing to slower economic growth in the first quarter.
Here's why fund managers who hold large stakes of their portfolios in Apple are being pulled in two directions.
Gym operator Life Time Fitness said it would be taken private by Leonard Green & Partners and TPG in a deal valued at over $4 billion.
The arrest of Robert Durst, a wealthy eccentric linked to two killings and his wife's disappearance, came just before the finale in an HBO show about his life.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Manufacturing activity growth in New York State slowed in March as the pace of new orders contracted to its weakest level since Nov. 2013.
Republicans will offer their plan to balance the budget within a decade and rein in programs such as food stamps and Medicare.
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CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Still too much supply with no big production cut in sight.
What traders are watching into the close, with Stephen Guilfoyle, Deep Value.
The Pentagon says that 51 labs in 17 states and 3 foreign countries have received suspected live samples of anthrax; and Amazon has launched free shipping on small and light items that are less than 8 ounces and cost less than $10, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.