The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose modestly last week, data showed Thursday.» Read More
The U.S. filed criminal charges against several Chinese officials, accusing them of stealing American trade secrets through cyber espionage.
While analysts commended J.C. Penney's performance, they did so with a bit of reservation.
Disneyland announced big increases to its ticket prices Sunday, evidence the massive upgrades made to the parks during the recession are paying off.
Cisco Systems's CEO has written President Barack Obama urging him to curtail government surveillance at the National Security Agency.
The two new nominees to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors are expected to push for an expanded Fed role in managing the U.S. economy.
A debate that's raged for several decades - and could rage for many more - came to the fore once again with London being named as the best city for "economic clout".
A rights advocacy group released what it called a "Dirty Dozen" list of landlords from the tech sector that it said had evicted San Francisco tenants.
To understand how General Motors failed to address major safety problems, you have to examine the culture there before Mary Barra became CEO.
More employers expect to hire newly minted MBAs this year—but the fastest growth in hiring is outside the U.S.
Square Feedback is a new service that allows merchants to receive instant customer input as part of the payments process.
More sedans come equipped with all-wheel drive, something you'll want for a wet road.
CNBC looked the economic data in the past several weeks and found it to be seriously mixed, that is, strongly positive and strongly negative.
Former SAC Capital portfolio manager Michael Steinberg was sentenced to 3-1/2 years in prison after his 2013 conviction on insider trading charges.
President Barack Obama praised the new Sept. 11 museum on Thursday as "a sacred place of healing and of hope."
Housing starts were up in April by 13 percent, but that was driven by a 43 percent monthly jump in buildings with five or more units.
Several indicators of economic health finally seem to be moving in the direction the Federal Reserve says is needed for a strong recovery.
Economists raised their forecasts for U.S. economic growth in the second quarter and through the balance of 2014, with a generally brighter outlook.
2.5 million dehumidifiers under names such as Danby, De'Longhi, Frigidaire, GE, Gree, Kenmore, SuperClima, and others, need to be returned.
Investors looking to keep the good returns rolling in will have to take more risk than they've had to in some time.
Investors can't sit on stock or bond index funds this year and expect to make money, Highland Capital's Mark Okada says.
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