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Airline flight cancellations have already cost American passengers more than $2 billion, but that's less than last winter.
Target has zeroed in on seven grocery categories to attract younger shoppers, urban dwellers, and Hispanics, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing sources.
A vast winter storm was moving across much of the frozen U.S., dumping snow on the Rockies, the Great Lakes and as far east as western new England. NBCNews reports.
Iraeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will address Congress featuring divisions not only over his likely message, but on the nature of his trip to the nation's capital. NBCNews reports.
U.S. small businesses pared borrowing in January after a record prior month, according to data released on Tuesday.
Student loan debt is at a record high and growing, but there are repayment strategies that can ease the burden for borrowers.
The UFC has started to overcome a year of injuries and sagging viewership, but a legal challenge looms from some of its own fighters.
Identity theft and credit card fraud losses fell in 2014—but that doesn't bode well for consumers.
Investors bet banks that focus on consumers will grow faster than firms that concentrate on Wall Street. New York Times reports.
Janus Capital's Bill Gross on Monday said the Nasdaq hitting 5,000 represents "a little bit of a bubble."
McDonald's new chief inherited a handful as the fast-food giant tries to turn around its US unit. Here's what Wall Street wants. USAToday reports.
Federal tax audits for U.S. businesses fell to their lowest level in eight years as the IRS faced budget cutbacks.
Genworth Financial said on Monday it has identified material weakness in its accounting.
Warren Buffett has a message for institutional investors: stop pouring money into those expensive high-end money managers.
The GOP's promises of a functional legislative branch was exactly what we thought it was: complete nonsense, Politico's Ben White says.
The song has stirred a debate in the music world about what constitutes a fair amount of borrowing elements that may be common in many songs. The NYT reports.
Intel joins the discount smartphone fray, rushing to catch up in the low-cost smartphone sector.
Many hedge funds sold down or exited positions in eight of the 10 most commonly held stocks, including Apple, Google and Exxon.
In the era of uber-connectiveness, here are three key things to keep in mind, says AT&T's mobile chief.
Prices are rising for custom suits, and it's taking longer to make them, because there is a shortage of quality tailors.
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Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business, possibly breaking rules, the NYT reports.
Blackberry has unveiled an "affordable" smartphone and plans for three other devices, including a curved-screen slider phone.
Look alive—a town featured on AMC's "The Walking Dead" could be yours.
The two most important money rules to know for investing your money. A woman faces the money mistakes she¿s made so she can plan for her future. Viewers ask if they can afford a 1971 Alfa Romeo, a midnight sun run in Iceland.
CNBC's David Faber has the update on the fixed income market and Actavis' $20 billion bond offering.
CNBC's Eamon Javers gives an update on John Boehner's latest plan for on the House vote on a clean DHS funding bill.