Economists expected nonfarm payroll growth to hit 233,000 in July, down from 288,000 in June, and unemployment to fall to 6.0 percent from 6.1 percent.» Read More
Alibaba's burst of activity—including a half-dozen recent investments in the U.S.—comes as it prepares to go public, the NYT reports.
The e-commerce company reported a workforce with a larger percentage of women, blacks and Hispanics than many of its peers.
Should all those that voted against the merger exercise their exit rights, the move could still fail.
One big options player is betting millions that the fear surge will continue.
Global manufacturing companies contract ATS to take over servicing and repairing a plant’s equipment to optimize capacity and productivity.
The not-too-fast, not-too-slow July employment report helped drive an improvement in stock market sentiment early Friday.
The new Roca Patrón uses an old-school production method that calls for a 2-ton volcanic rock.
July's gain of 209,000 nonfarm payrolls shows the economy is chugging along, and the labor market is improving, but is not strong enough to push the Fed to hike rates anytime soon.
Scientific Games, a maker of slot machines for casinos, will buy larger rival Bally Technologies for about $3.27 billion.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in July, but the pace of growth slipped from the previous month, an industry report showed on Friday.
A patient with the Ebola virus will be brought to the U.S. for treatment at a sophisticated isolation unit. NBC News reports.
The MoneyPak card, used to transfer cash by those without conventional bank accounts, has caught the eye of criminals. The NYT reports.
Recreational vehicles are "the most discretionary purchase you can think of," so as the economy emerges from the recession, sales are starting to follow.
Need a wedding dress, diapers or a makeup? There may be a sales tax holiday for you, too.
For Judah Schiller, CEO of a new water bicycle producer, biking can become more feasible on water than kayaking or boating.
Advancing technology and demographic trends will likely continue to change the consumer purchase landscape in the next 25 years. Here's how.
Chevron reported second-quarter earnings on Thursday that beat Wall Street's expectations.
Dallas Fed President Fisher told CNBC on Friday that in his view the date for interest rate liftoff has been moved forward.
Gains in U.S. auto sales have been stronger than the overall economy since the recession.
Procter & Gamble reported a 37 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower operating costs.
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Following a down day for stocks, the S&P 500 could fall another 3 percent, Dennis Gartman says.
Dan Niles, Alpha One Capital Partners, discusses how investors are finally beginning to recognize the risk associated with "story stocks." Niles says the market is differentiating between the companies that beat numbers like Facebook, and the companies that are struggling with profitability like Amazon.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Toyota's U.S. July auto sales.
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