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Amazon is expected to introduce a smartphone this week, a long-rumored project that aims to close any remaining gap between impulse and buying. The NYT reports.
Ten companies from the 2013 CNBC Disruptor 50 list have 'graduated,' and their IPOs and acquisitions generated $47 billion in market value.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro on Friday confirmed that a security breach may have led to the theft of information from thousands of customer credit cards.
Thousands of fans are in Brazil to watch the 2014 World Cup soccer matches over the next month. Figures show they are the most costly games on record.
The pizza chain will introduce a function on its mobile app that lets customers order by speaking with a computer-generated voice, "Dom."
The government is contacting hundreds of thousands of people with subsidized health insurance to resolve questions about their eligibility. The NYT reports.
Hillshire Brands said it will withdraw its recommendation to its shareholders to vote for its acquisition of Pinnacle Foods.
WebMD will launch Healthy Target, a service that collects data from wearables to offer up personalized health content and tips.
Intel raised expectations on second-quarter and full-year revenue, as well as gross margins, based on a stronger-than-expected business PC demand.
Half of Gen Xers and a third of baby boomers support kids and elderly parents, putting their own budgets and retirement plans in peril.
Forget about tapering—here's what the real focus will be when it comes to this week's FOMC statment.
Level 3 Communications said it would buy internet services provider TW Telecom for $40.86 per share in a cash and stock deal.
Former cheerleaders have gone to court, accusing their teams of violating labor laws by failing to pay them minimum wage.
Investors need to understand that the higher-interest-rate territory can be treacherous and calls for some careful financial planning.
Banks looking to get in on a booming market for financing new-car sales have run into a formidable competitor: the auto manufacturers themselves.
Argentina had previously warned that it could default if forced to pay holdout creditors in full.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left intact the insider trading conviction of Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam.
We know millennials are saddled with student loan debt and a slow job market. But millennial women have another problem: they aren't saving.
Investors will look to the Fed for reassurance this week, with little data to assuage their concerns over the strength of the global recovery.
The New York attorney general’s office is expected to announce that Capital One has agreed to change its use of the largest database, ChexSystems.
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Stock holdings, family businesses and real estate have left these lawmakers flush with cash.
Babolat's Play, a smart racket that tracks a tennis player's performance, may take the tennis tech battle to a whole new level.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says you should never dump a stock you have conviction in simply because some famous money manager is selling it.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer breaks down the fixation with Fed minutes and why they may be the most over-hyped report in the investing world.
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