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Nearly 50 U.S. companies have used inversions to reincorporate overseas in recent years. Is it good business or greed?
JPMorgan Chase's plan to lure millennial talent to its tech team comes with bells, whistles -- and a new office.
Top technician Ari Wald of Oppenheimer says the Nasdaq 100 may be a flashing buy sign.
Energy companies are coming down to the last dollars in their wallets, a CNBC analysis found.
Athletic apparel maker Under Armour may not be a good investment even though it popped on its latest earnings report.
For US tech executives there was no avoiding it: China's slowing growth had a big impact on quarterly earnings.
As digital sales of video games slide, GameStop is dipping into potential new revenue streams outside its comfort zone.
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns says Carl Icahn was not the driving force in the decision to split into two publicly traded companies.
Urban Engines is out to fix traffic congestion by giving cities and companies a map of everything happening on the roads and beyond.
The market is seeing early signs of an oil price bottom as Saudi Arabia and Russia begin to feel the pressure, Tom Petrie says.
Spying on strangers through their webcams has never been easier. Shodan helps users access unsecured webcams and other connected devices.
Dealmaking in America's oil patch plunged in Q4 as corporations preserved cash in the face of falling crude prices and tight capital markets.
The outbreak of the mosquito-borne Zika virus has raised concern that the virus could spread throughout the US.
Based on recent prices, the S&P 500 price can buy about 61 barrels of oil. That's up from 10 barrels a couple years ago. It could be as high as 100.
Apple's leadership said something negative about once every two minutes during Wednesday night's investor conference call, by one estimate.
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