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One of Wall Street's longest booms in 85 years may be nearing its end. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
The upscale retailer Barneys has agreed to pay $525,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its Madison Avenue flagship store.
GM has lost its bid to dismiss a suit accusing the automaker of concealing evidence about a faulty ignition switch.
Kinder Morgan is bringing its units under one roof in a $70 billion deal that reshapes the oil and gas pipeline company.
BuzzFeed just closed a new $50 million investment, bringing the value of the company to about $850 million, the NYT reports.
Marc Faber believes markets have recovered from a "fully oversold" condition, but warned new highs in equities were unlikely.
John McAfee made a surprise appearance at a hackers' conference, where he unveiled a new website to give people a place online to vent their anger.
Before Friday's stock rally, investors were moving to cash due to geopolitical events and Argentina's debt default. Should they keep going?
Now, as the economy hums along and the market rises, is a good time to guard your portfolio against the volatility that can strike at any time.
David S. Weinsten, a former state and federal prosecutor in Miami who is now in private practice, said it would be difficult to prove criminal intent.
With a slew of retailers reporting earnings this week, including Wal-Mart, here's what investors will be paying attention to.
Lawmakers weighed in on President Barack Obama's authorization of "targeted airstrikes" in Iraq.
Consumers are suddenly unable to place advance orders to buy DVDs or Blu-ray discs of films from Walt Disney Studios.
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart struck and killed a sprint car driver who was trying to confront Stewart.
With schools strapped for cash, back-to-school supplies have become a much bigger burden for poor families.
The price of a gallon of gas in the U.S. fell in the past two weeks as crude prices have continued a broad decline.
As interest rates hover near lows, and investors search for anything with yield, commercial real estate is finding its footing.
Investors once again are snapping up high-dividend-paying U.S. stocks as Treasury yields fall.
The region has spent a day and a half without electricity as Hurricane Julio lingered hundreds of miles off the coast.
Where is the safest place for your cash? It depends on how you'll use it. Here's what the new SEC rules on money market mutual funds mean.
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American universities produce the majority of the world's billionaires, according to this year's Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census report.
Our story this week on one man's food bonanza gave rise to the pragmatic if not really important question: Should you tip on take out orders?
Should the zombie apocalypse come knocking, these are the 25 worst cities to seek refuge according to Trulia.
Discussing what really moved the bond market one week ago, and what we're hearing from the Fed, with Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports a former CNBC colleague Terry Keenan has died. Keenan worked for CNBC between 1995 and 1998 as a reporter and anchor.
Digging into the market rally, with John Spallanzani, GFI Group.