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A record number of enforcement actions are being pursued against employers accused of "wage theft," The New York Times reports.
Citi's new Double Cash card offers a 1 percent bonus when you pay your bill. Can you double your money?
So far this year apartment REITs are up 29 percent, more than triple the S&P 500. But is a bubble looming?
Burger King's proposed acquisition of Tim Hortons may offer big tax benefits but the real tax winner is likely to be its controlling shareholder.
The financially strapped USPS paid two years' worth of leasing costs for truck it now cannot locate, and never actually could, The Fiscal Times said.
The missing tank—filled with $100 million of disputed oil—is the latest development in a risky game of cat-and-mouse between Baghdad and the Kurds.
The US appeals court in San Francisco said jurors used "an undue amount of speculation" in awarding Oracle $1.3 billion in damages in 2010.
The FHFA wants firms to provide more support to some low-income Americans taking out mortgages and refinancing their home loans.
U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in July as savings rose to their highest level in more than 1-1/2 years.
Vinod Khosla, a green energy billionaire with ties to President Obama, is fighting surfers over access to a beach south of San Francisco. NBC reports.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose in August, while an index of current economic conditions hit its highest since July 2007.
An outburst over a reclined seat led a trans-Atlantic American Airlines flight to divert to Boston, the second such incident in the U.S. this week.
Up to 1.5 million shares of Kraft stock are being offered as part of the company’s new “social stock plan”.
In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press, Shelly Sterling offered details on how she negotiated one of the richest deals in sports.
Yahoo’s survival depends on it making more investments in a few key areas, industry experts said.
Some of the most powerful members of the business and investing community think the American economy is going to be just fine.
Some members of Congress are paying debts on everything from family farms to legal fees. Here's a list of those with the least financial assets.
Wal-Mart may be poised to shake up primary health care by opening in-store branded clinics with care at price that's hard to match.
Across America, companies are finding new ways to address one of the business world’s oldest irritations: paying taxes. The NYT reports.
There is some serious business for legislators to address and very little time to do it. Can it get done? Politico's Ben White asks.
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One company is putting the bling into university travel by offering a $41,500 deal to students wanting to arrive by private jet.
A female traveler allegedly threw water in a male passenger's face for preventing her from reclining.
More than 30,000 Americans are killed in highway crashes each year, but experts believe that death toll could sink to zero.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses how geopolitical risk may cause disruption to the market rally.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight on "revenge porn," which involves the underworld economy of trading peoples' naked photos.