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Elton John told CNBC that he could petition the queen to force Commonwealth countries to revoke anti-gay legislation.
Homes are about to get considerably "smarter." But, like almost everything in today's hyperconnected world, there will be trade-offs.
A super-speed rail line lauded by Tesla Motors' Elon Musk could transform labor markets around the world, according to the CEO of Hyperloop Tech.
As Jay Leno describes it, a motorcycle he bought was "like driving a bass drum."
The man who lost his job after allegedly attacking an Uber driver now wants to apologize in person.
Tommy John is trying to get men to invest in better undergarments with its Air briefs, which it claims never bunch.
Gabe Blanchet, co-founder and CEO of Grove, delivers his 60 second pitch to a panel of experts.
He is making money for himself and others by investing in companies that follow what he believes are ethical practices.
Obama says if GOP candidates can't handle debate moderators, how can they deal with Putin. NBC News reports.
Apple and Google's entrance into the auto sector is "awesome," Ford's executive chairman said on Tuesday.
Bill Simon, the former U.S. CEO of Walmart, crash-landed a single-engine plane in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Tuesday.
Jay Leno discusses the possibility, and elaborates on the excitement and uncertainty of, turning sea water into fuel.
A man was caught on video being pepper sprayed after appearing to attack an Uber driver in Southern California.
By simply looking at an increase in Twitter followers during a Republican debate, we were able to predict which candidates would jump most in the polls.
Chains are opening hotels with micro-size rooms, but with larger communal spaces aimed at the millennial traveler.
Victoria's Secret has lifted the lid on its always much-anticipated Fantasy Bra.
The Fed has inflated a bubble and that's going to damp market returns, perma-bear Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC.
Jesse Itzler has houses, a driver and flies by private jet. So why did he hire a Navy Seal to move in with him and kick his butt?!
More start-ups and multinationals are investing in tech-based agricultural solutions to produce more food as the world gets more crowded and hotter.
CBS revealed on Monday that a new "Star Trek" series will appear on its streaming service in 2017.