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Lower crude prices are forcing layoffs in the oil patch, but the numbers are small compared to overall job growth.
Law enforcement officials have recovered the majority of the rare wines stolen from French Laundry restaurant.
Defining who is middle class will be a huge hurdle for President Obama's plan to overhaul college savings plans.
UPS shares plunged in premarket trading after the company warned profits for the fourth quarter would come in well less than Wall Street expected.
Deere will lay off about 910 workers from factories mostly in Iowa and sideline another 500 in Illinois until late summer.
Shares of enterprise cloud company Box opened up more than 45 percent in its trading debut Friday.
As global central banks make moves to weaken their currencies, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells CNBC a stronger U.S. dollar is good for everyone.
People are putting down a lot of money on porn and sex toys through a number of crowdfunding sites.
States around the U.S. should be cautious when considering the legalization of marijuana, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper tells CNBC.
Affordability and credit are factors that could blow the steam out of any housing rebound. Young first-time buyers remain cash-strapped.
As the industry's growth slows, gunmakers are starting to focus more on women to boost sales.
Investors forced to pay 50% more for TurboTax's software are getting an apology and a refund, USA Today reports.
NYSE President Tom Farley tells CNBC there's no truth to reports about a sale of the exchange or closing down the trading floor.
Online wealth management services bring financial advice to the masses, but retirement planning still requires an advisor's human touch.
GoodYear tire company is recalling about 48,500 SUV tires after finding small cracks in treads.
A Nebraskan family fights in protest of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which would run under their property if approved by Obama, New York Times Reports.
The five giants of U.S. technology are slated to report quarterly results next week. Investors are surprisingly skeptical.
The much heralded Apple Watch will go to market this year with a battery life that could be as low as 2.5 hours for active use, according to a report.
Spotify's got a blank space where Taylor Swift's name used to be—and the Twitterverse can't stop talking about it.
Will the Internet as we know it disappear soon? Google's Eric Schmidt sure thinks so.
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From “Fall in love with the government, but never marry them” to “Ebola did less damage than the reaction,” CNBC was there.
Porn, it would seem, has traded in one set of bedfellows for another.
This is not a Kristen Wiig meets Kevin Hart movie mash-up. Bridal parties are actually available for hire.
CNBC's Diana Olick, and HUD Secretary Julian Castro, discuss the Federal Housing Administration's move to lower insurance premiums and how it is expected to help first-time home buyers.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses the controversy over allegations the New England Patriots used deflated footballs in its win over the Indianapolis Colts.
NBC's Dylan Dreyer reports from Pittsburgh on a huge winter storm making its way eastward where it is expected to dump up to a foot of snow on New York City.