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The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is targeting 10 firms in a high frequency trading probe, according to an SEC document.
Several court challenges to a key part of Obamacare could lead to average premium increases of 76 percent for subsidized HealthCare.gov enrollees.
Sotheby's is laying off some of its staff and moving a portion of them to other jobs as part of a broader overhaul, CNBC has learned.
Microsoft will shut down Xbox Entertainment Studios, ending an ambitious foray into original video programming. Re/code reports.
A strike on New York's Long Island Rail Road has been averted after a tentative agreement was reached, a labor union said on its website.
The government should not expect an influx of workers, a Fed official said, raising a point that goes against the view of Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
The insurance bill for the typical married couple will jump an average 79 percent when a teen driver is added, according to a report.
The Senate has voted to extend a program that would cushion the blow to insurance companies in the event of a massive terrorism attack.
Foreclosures in June hit the lowest level since July 2006, before the housing price bubble burst.
Microsoft is set to cut more than 6,000 jobs in an announcement expected early Thursday, as it trims its newly acquired Nokia phone business.
Fears of a strike or lockout at West Coast ports have forced some shippers to move their cargo destinations to Canadian or East Coast ports, the FT reports.
General Motors' legal chief came under fire at a Senate subcommittee hearing related to faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths. USA Today reports.
Rupert Murdoch’s audacious offer for Time Warner that if it succeeds would cement his status as the most powerful U.S. media magnate.
Facebook unveils a new app, 'Mentions', intended for "verified public figures" to post content to the social networking site, Re/code reports.
After 21st Century Fox's failed bid to acquire Time Warner, the question arises as to what other media giants are now in play for purchase?
Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says a Time Warner-Fox merger would be "really interesting" for advertisers due to easy access and distribution.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has not decided yet to run for president, but he has a big political asset, his one-of-a-kind personality.
Two years after being stripped of his Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong suddenly faces an increased risk of losing his personal fortune. USA Today reports.
Utility vehicles accounted for 36.5 percent of the overall American market during the first five months of 2014.
Home sales are surging, and summer is a big season for real estate deals. Here are eight mistakes first-time homebuyers need to avoid.
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A hedge fund is hoping to make a big splash with a presentation on the "biggest stock promotion ... since Sino-Forest"
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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the auto sales rate for September is 16.43 million vehicles, in line with expectations.
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