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When submarine maker Graham Hawkes started designing his next generation of underwater cruisers, he decided to look to the skies instead of the sea.
A new line of luxury smart bracelets designed by the flamboyant Iris Apfel helps track aging Americans who still want to look cool.
After strong showings in Tuesday night's primary contests, Clinton and Trump had a message for rivals: Give up.
All the glitz and glamour of the automotive industry is on display as global car makers show off their wares in China's capital.
In the Arizona desert rests 147 brains and bodies frozen in liquid nitrogen, perhaps to be revived one day.
Reebok is facing social media backlash after its men's-only "Aliens" sneakers hit technical difficulties.
Looking to score a free pretzel? You're in luck. There are plenty of restaurants handing out freebies on Tuesday in honor of National Pretzel Day.
Kevin Durant had strong words about Mark Cuban after the Oklahoma City Thunder ousted the Dallas Mavericks from the NBA playoffs on Monday night.
Paisley Park, the Minnesota home and studio complex of the late legendary musician Prince, could be turned into a museum, according to his brother-in-law.
When My 1st Years' white bathrobe became a viral sensation after Prince George was seen wearing it when he greeted President Obama, it wasn't just random luck.
One in 8 Americans is willing to take on $1,000 or more in debt to depict an extravagant lifestyle, according to a study.
Apple is losing momentum in China by failing to innovate, entrepreneur Jia Yueting told CNBC in his first international television interview.
Analyst says “transformational change” could be the remedy for Goldman Sachs after a “lost decade.”
Fans of Beyonce don't seem to mind paying the $18 price tag for her new album "Lemonade," as the album has seen a relatively small amount of pirating.
For two guys who met on Twitter, a side project turns into the perfect dream job.
Steve Madden doesn't have your typical rags-to-riches story. Here's how the shoe titan bounced back from a prison stint.