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The early Healthcare.gov access has been a "miserably frustrating experience for way too many Americans," HHS Secretary Sebelius said.
India's second-largest IT services exporter has agreed to pay $34 million in a civil settlement with U.S. authorities investigating its use of visas.
The hottest sports ticket in America is in Boston, where the Red Sox can win the World Series. But if you want to go, wear comfortable shoes.
Job growth faltered in October, with the private sector adding just 130,000 new positions, according to the latest report from ADP.
Accounting firm PwC will buy consulting firm Booz, the latest in a host of mergers by global audit firms aimed at growing their advisory businesses.
Social Security benefits will rise only 1.5 percent next year.
The U.S. National Security Agency has hacked into main communication links that connect accounts at Google and Yahoo, the Washington Post reported.
Obamacare "defies the whole concept" of its intended purpose to make health insurance more affordable for more people, billionaire entrepreneur Ken Langone told CNBC.
A top online health insurance marketplace is asking President Obama to let it run the shopping and enrollment process for troubled HealthCare.gov.
Applications for U.S. home loans increased in the latest week as rates continued to edge lower.
A new study found "no compelling evidence that young borrowers are bad borrowers."
Wealth-X has put together a list of all 50 states with their top wealth-holders. A look at how the states stack up.
As Twitter prepares for its IPO, it’s a good guess that at least a few admin assistants are shopping for San Francisco lofts or sports cars.
The U.S. government has booked a loss of $9.7 billion on the nearly $50 billion bailout of U.S. automaker General Motors, according to a Congressional report.
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said now is a great time for companies to enter the public market.
Detroit's emergency manager testified he would have listened to proposals to preserve pensions before the city's bankruptcy filing, but a deal was unlikely.
Most Americans with 401(k) and other defined contribution plans are accumulating debt faster than they're saving for retirement.
Obamacare’s glitches are here to stay, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan tells CNBC's Larry Kudlow.
Despite some buyers being sidelined, the Case Shiller index co-founder said homes are still roughly where they were 25 to 50 years ago.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan talks with Marcus Jundt, CEO of Williston Holding Co., who turns out to be way more than a local restaurateur.
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Increased wages for federal contract workers on military bases could result in job losses, The Fiscal Times reports.
Samsung Electronics is spending more to build its new flagship Galaxy S5 than the previous model despite a slowdown in the high-end smartphone market.
CNBC's Kate Kelly says The Wall Street Journal is reporting that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has issued subpoenas for half a dozen high-frequency trading firms, including Jump Trading, Chopper Trading and Tower Research.
Ross Gerber of Gerber Kawasaki discusses Google's mobile shift from desktop and focuses on its "spending issues." Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets, weighs in.
American Express is reporting Q1 EPS of $1.33 on revenue of $8.20 billion, with CNBC's Mary Thompson.