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After more than 100 years of selling cars, GM is giving car-sharing a spin with a new service targeting the growing mobility-on-demand market.
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Chipotle is working hard to revamp its image by addressing food safety concerns and safety changes, including a new sick-day policy.
Mohamed El-Erian said Wednesday that recent market turmoil means that the Federal Reserve will not hike rates later this month.
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The porn industry, after years of challenges from free online content (legally obtained or not), may finally be on a path to growing again this year.
Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says his years running Twitter through its IPO helped him discover an interest in this realm.
GOP candidate Jeb Bush, critical of President Obama's dealings with Iran, also tells CNBC he probably won't have done the prison exchange with Tehran.
There are a slew of state and local programs aimed at alleviating student-debt burdens for recent graduates. Here are just a few.
In an industry rife with competition, casual dining restaurants are pulling out all the stops to turn patrons into loyal customers.
Former aide to Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, tells CNBC's John Harwood how far this country has come but where it needs to be headed.
While gas prices are low nationwide, some stations are slashing the fuel's price to rock-bottom levels.