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The dominoes of recession have already started to fall. And this could be the "black swan" to put it over the edge, says economist Andrew Duguay.
Combatant Gentlemen is a start-up that takes a data-intensive approach to selling quality men's clothing.
Wall Street's top dogs partied the night away at the 2016 Robin Hood benefit Monday night in New York City, and raised money for a worthy cause.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. is eyeing the movie business for growth.
A London start-up has invented a do-it-yourself DNA kit consumers can use to test the "athlete gene" — and other genetic identity markers.
This West Point grad says "starting a business before you're 30 is the craziest, stupidest thing you can do ... until it's the smartest."
Audible's'Clips' allows listeners the option to save and share quotes or passages from their favorite audio books.
Many celebrities are buying franchises in order to extend their brand and build wealth outside of the entertainment and sport arenas.
Since it launched more than a decade ago, Facebook has become a social networking giant. Here's how it plans to keep growing.
Subaru is telling owners of some newer Legacy and Outback vehicles not to drive them because the steering can fail.
Donald Trump also says The Washington Post is Jeff Bezos' "toy" to protect Amazon.
For a limited time McDonald's is cooking its Quarter Pounder burgers with fresh beef, but only in 14 restaurants around the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Unlimited choices and wedding photos being shared on social media are making weddings expensive, experts say.
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These entrepreneurs came up with unusual ideas that openly defied logic — and found success as franchises.
Pop superstar Will.i.am tells CNBC he'll move to London if Trump wins the election.
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The company's COO is departing as its flagship laboratory operations are threatened with sanctions, The New York Times reports.
Taylor Rosenthal has named his magic number for selling his vending machine company, RecMed, and it's huge.
If your money is sitting around earning next to nothing, you've got a few options.