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Powerful storms in the Atlantic and the Pacific were kicking up dangerous surfs and rip currents, closing beaches and ports.
A New England supermarket chain has announced that the former CEO will buy a majority stake in the business.
Homeowners who want to cash out equity might be puzzled by their three choices: a home equity line of credit, home equity loan or cash-out refinance.
Pairing corporate and vacation travel is easier for the self-employed, but employees also can take advantage of combined personal-business trips.
Nearly 20 percent of all U.S. states are eyeing the possibility of adopting technology from Connecticut's lauded health insurance marketplace.
A U.S. judge rejected Apple's latest bid for a permanent injunction against Samsung.
The late summer slide in global crude oil prices will push the cost of U.S. gasoline to its lowest Labor Day level since 2010. USA Today reports.
At a coming-out party on Sept. 9, the tech world expects Apple to show off a device with a 4.7-inch screen, and possibly one with a 5.5-inch screen.
American and US Airways are pulling fares from Orbitz. It's time to rethink how you search for airfare.
Salaries are on the rise, and the money being allocated to bonus pools will hit record levels this year, according to Aon Hewitt.
The SEC finalized new rules that will give more transparency to asset-backed securities and was ready to vote on reforms for credit rating agencies.
The percentage of big companies with a COO went from roughly 48 percent in 2000 to 35 percent in 2013. USA Today reports.
Thursday Amazon launches its third wave of original pilots: three half-hour comedies and two hour-long dramas with big names attached.
A US federal appeals court on Wednesday concluded that FedEx Ground drivers in California and Oregon are employees and not independent contractors.
A former acting director of cybersecurity at the Department of Health and Human Services has been convicted of several child pornography counts.
Several hotspots across Long Island's playground for the rich have run low on both local and imported vintages of the pink wine.
Tyson Foods has won antitrust approval for its purchase of Hillshire Brands Company, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.
A legal fight between two companies that own different ends of the Park City ski resort mountain could mean no winter season this year.
While mortgage rates have teetered within a tight range, even a slight drop in interest rates was enough to boost mortgage applications.
Tiffany delivered earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday, and the retailer raised its full-year outlook.
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Atlanta is seeing more foreclosure auctions, accounting for more than 3 percent of home sales in July.
A coalition of government watchdog groups is urging states to stand firm against Tesla Motors' demand for millions of dollars in incentives to win its so-called "Gigafactory".
Samsung has launched its Gear S smartwatch just days ahead of Apple's expected iWatch launch.
The "Squawk Alley" team discusses reports Russian hackers have attacked U.S. banks. CNBC Kayla Tausche says banks deal with over 100,000 attempted hacks a day.
The "Squawk Alley" crew and Scott Stein, CNET.com senior editor, discuss the numerous smartwatches that are about to hit the market. Stein says the smartwatch space is a "numbing mess."
The Park City Mountain Resort may not have a ski season unless owners of the top of the mountain come to terms with owners at the bottom. Alan Sullivan is attorney for John Cumming, owner of PMCR, which controls the bottom and is fighting Vail Resorts for access to the top.