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British drinks can maker Rexam said US rival Ball Corp offered to buy the company in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $6.85 billion.
American auto buyers are borrowing more than ever, but the people taking out auto loans may surprise you.
Bad drivers stopped for moving violations are paying much higher car insurance premiums in many states.
Wal-Mart is raising wages because worker pride is vital to running a good retail business, CEO Doug McMillion tells CNBC.
While weather and taxes are a priority for some retirees, most wish to age in place, close to friends and family.
"We need aggressive leadership to take the fight to them instead of waiting for it to come to us," possible GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker tells CNBC.
Starwood Hotels founder Barry Sternlicht says the CEO change at the international hotel chain reflected a concern about lagging innovation.
Yahoo looks to further develop its mobile business and impress developers at its first mobile developer conference.
The Daytona 500 is this Sunday. The results of the qualifying round are statistically irrelevant to the outcome of the big race.
Over 160 patients may have been exposed to a "superbug" between last October and January, the UCLA Health System said Wednesday.
White fish roe of the albino sturgeon combined with 22 carat gold leaf costs over $100,000 per kilo.
As the nugget war between McDonald's and Burger King continues to rage, the Golden Arches is testing a new addition to its arsenal.
A123 Systems has sued Apple for poaching top engineers to build a large-scale battery division, according to a court filing.
A new report scores banks on the scale of risk they pose to the financial system, and Chase came in at No. 1 overall by a wide margin.
If you're looking to give your income a serious lift, there is no substitute for entrepreneurial grit.
U.S. authorities are investigating whether a hacker is behind the online publication of a cache of Morgan Stanley's client data.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
U.S. manufacturing output rose modestly in January and not at all in December, potentially worrisome signs for the U.S. economy.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC he's thinking about shifting his personal money away from U.S. stocks.
Nomura's George Goncalves says that if push came to shove, the Fed would restart QE to save the bond market.
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Larry Bossidy, former Honeywell CEO, weighs in on the upcoming Republican primary as the field of contenders continues to grow. Also Bossidy shares his thoughts on trade.
Amazon is staffing up, hiring 6,000 workers for distribution centers in twelve states.
14 FIFA officials to be charged in the U.S. with bribery, wire fraud, racketeering and money laundering.