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The income gap is widening fastest for Americans between the ages of 35 and 44, according to new analysis from Bankrate.com.
A U.S. Supreme Court justice denied a last-ditch effort to stop the merger of American Airlines and US Airways.
Wal-Mart has agreed to settle unresolved lawsuits filed on behalf of consumers allegedly injured or killed in explosions involving plastic gas cans.
Pentagon cutbacks, a shrinking U.S. Navy, the space program on reset: Can America keep its global mantle of leadership in military defense?
Insurance agents are frustrated that as they try to help customers navigate Obamacare's marketplaces, they aren't earning the commissions they've long built their businesses around.
CEO Doug Parker tells CNBC that "as long as demand stays the same, nothing should happen to prices."
The manufacturing renaissance may have an invisible hand guiding it along: the energy sector.
GPS will tell you how to get to the nearest Apple store. With iBeacon, Apple aims to guide you around once you're inside.
The SEC has commenced an investigation into Barnes & Noble's accounting, pushing shares of the bookstore chain sharply lower.
Clothing retailers are adding more in-store bars, encouraging shoppers to mix Happy Hour and holiday errands.
Job creation moved forward again in November, with the U.S. economy adding a better-than-expected 203,000 to the employment rolls.
U.S. consumer sentiment surged in December as Americans' outlook on the economy and job prospects improved, a survey released on Friday showed.
Sears Holdings said Friday that it will spin off its Lands' End clothing business as a separate company by distributing stock to the retailer's shareholders.
Influential investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC that to raise the minimum wage would be a "very bad decision."
J.C. Penney Co said it received an inquiry from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, seeking an explanation on their financial position.
A US judge is considering an alternative that could result in Bank of America paying much less than the $863.6 million the government is seeking.
Strikes against fast-food restaurants have called for the minimum wage to increase to $15, but the side effects of such a jump are unclear.
A shorter holiday calendar could send frenzied shoppers to physical stores for last-minute purchases, taking some sales away from e-commerce.
Lululemon said it is implausible to believe it intended to sell hundreds of thousands of nearly sheer yoga pants and hope consumers wouldn't notice.
And Ford is targeting the global market: The newest Mustang was unveiled in six cities around the world on Thursday.
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Mad Money's Jim Cramer discusses Micron Technology and how the company gained control over inventory issues. The bears expect the company's history to repeat itself, but Cramer says this time, it feels different.
In this excerpt from a live CNBC interview, Warren Buffett explains why it's extremely unusual for a company's directors to vote against executive compensation plans.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says shareholder activism works for every shareholder, and offers his take on the Valeant/Bill Ackman bid to acquire Allergan. The market is better off for these efforts, he says.