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States look at the pace of ticket sales and even the weather when deciding how to advertise the Powerball jackpot.
Banks trading beneath tangible book value could become targeted by activist investors.
Tipping's become a hot topic in the restaurant business. Here's why one CEO says his company is keeping it.
A federal judge has agreed to further delay a class-action settlement involving Remington rifles to allow more time to develop a better plan to alert the public.
In the days before oil fell below $30, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought 2.5 million shares of an oil giant.
With the Chinese stock markets mounting a shaky start to the new year, could it mean dead unicorns in the Chinese start-up scene?
All you have to do to win the $1.5 billion Powerball is buy all 300 million ticket combinations. And pick numbers no one else has.
New York state's medicinal marijuana program has begun, and companies awarded licenses say a rush of initial patients was not expected.
Wall Street is figuring out year-end bonuses. The best ways to use a lump-sum windfall.
A report that raises questions about a junk bond fund run by Avenue Capital Group was "misleading," Avenue boss Marc Lasry told CNBC.
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Many jobs created in the U.S. came from low-paying sectors, particularly retail, professional services and food services.
Seeing their kids off to college is a dream many parents share, but co-signing the student loan can have nightmarish consequences.
Alcoa is doing a good job managing the difficult world economic environment and slump in commodities prices, vulture investor Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Apple shares are down 27 percent from their recent high, and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com says the pain is just getting started.