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Today may be Yahoo's last earnings report. Final bids for the company's core business are expected.
Eli Broad built two Fortune 500 companies, KB Home and SunAmerica, and is one of the richest men in America. Here's how he did it.
Workers will have between four and six health insurers, and five coverage levels to choose from on a new private exchange.
Latecomers to this week's GOP convention can still find hotel rooms if they are willing to pay a premium.
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston recently sat down with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla to share what matters to him most when choosing a role.
Daniel Watson's Angel Swords manufacturers custom swords, or what he calls "masculine jewelry."
It's come to this: Finding an affordable apartment in New York has become nearly as frustrating as trying to find romance.
A New Jersey woman is able to join a convent because a crowdfunding campaign helped her pay off her student loan debt.
Hillary Clinton may be the next US president. Theresa May is likely to be the UK prime minister. Beyonce's prophecy that girls "Rule the World" may be coming true.
World Emoji Day celebrates the plethora of digital faces used by billions of smartphone and social media users around the globe daily.
Halfway through the baseball season, 2016 is on pace to set all-time records for most home runs, most strikeouts, and fewest singles.
This Midwestern state is creating the "Silicon Prairie" and a jobs boom, thanks to policies that encourage innovation and entrepreneurship.
Silicon Slopes — a stretch of cities along the Rocky Mountains in Utah — has become a hotbed of start-up activity. VCs are taking notice.
Take a deep dive into the underworld of drugs and money laundering as this ex-undercover agent explains how he infiltrated the Medellin drug cartel.
Cars gain and lose value in different ways. But one of the most important factors is whether or not somebody famous used to own it.
A new paper challenges a widespread belief about why Antarctic glaciers are retreating.