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Demolition crews began work earlier this week on Cleveland's Randall Park Mall, once the world's largest shopping center.
In establishing a national championship playoff, college football's power players boosted the sport's ability to rake in revenue.
With the new year comes a slew of new deals, as retailers try to capture late-in-the-season sales.
The US Army is testing a giant radar-bearing balloon that will monitor the east coast for missile and drone attacks headed for US soil.
The number of cars recalled in the U.S. reached a new record this year, the New York Times reports.
Peek into the future of bank branches and you won't see many bankers.
Hourly wage workers in 21 states are welcoming higher pay in the new year. What now for the wage fight in 2015?
According to a report by AAA, Americans collectively saved an estimated $14 billion on gasoline compared to the previous year.
Sony announced that it has reached agreements with cable, satellite, and telecom providers to distribute "The Interview" on (VOD).
Oil investors are paying attention to Civeo's recent plummeting as the drop points to indications of slower oil investments.
The chance of inflation falling below 1 percent in 2015 is at a five-year high, and the risk of deflation is growing, data released by the Minneapolis Fed showed.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes increased just 0.8 percent from a downwardly-revised October reading.
The surprising number of new claims for unemployment benefits was not enough to change views of a sustained strength in the labor market.
With his personal fortune having fallen by half amid a rout in oil prices, the CEO of Continental Resources changed his mind about his divorce settlement.
An increase in stock valuations, Fed policy and a continuing U.S. economic expansion will be factors in 2015, experts say.
"One great positive is greater buying power," says Center for American Progress fellow Christian Weller.
2014 was no exception when it came to the U.S. government's wasteful use of money, reports the Fiscal Times.
States are getting ready to implement thousands of new laws in 2015, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
CEO Ginni Rometty has said that the company must reinvent itself, but will investors wait around to see if this transformation actually works?
The pace of business activity in the U.S. Midwest slowed more than expected in December, a report showed on Wednesday.
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Nasdaq slides to its first weekly loss for the first time in five weeks. CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on big gainers of the day.
We sold because of rising volatility and better alternatives, says Charles Trafton, Flowpoint Capital, on the topic of why Apple went from 5 percent of his portfolio to 0.
Tyson Slocum, Public Citizens Energy Program, and Chris Faulkner, Breitling Energy CEO discuss oil storage concerns. We're a long way away from being energy independent and as long as that's the case, we shouldn't be exporting U.S. produced crude oil, says Slocum.