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Call them the pundits of the plutocracy, a quite group of election analysts serving Wall Street and the financial community who prefer lower profiles.
The Wounded Warrior Project fired its top two executives Thursday after accusations of lavish spending, the NYT reports.
Negotiations between New Jersey Transit and its rail workers unions are heading into the final days before a weekend strike deadline.
Small amounts of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident are still leaking into the ocean and showing up on U.S. shores.
The FBI seems to be seeking a way to change the way Apple builds the iPhone's operating system, James Woolsey says.
A potential sign of economic strength in the bond market has failed to convince some traders.
Gold is up nearly 20 percent in 2016, and that has veteran trader Dennis Gartman urging investors not to sit out on the rally.
Amazon and Capital One let customers manage their finances with virtual assistant Alexa.
As oil prices have collapsed, drilling and overall business are down in Williston, a shale boomtown in North Dakota.
Steve Wozniak thinks the Amazon Echo is better than Siri.
What's the right number? It depends, but 1,497 (the record for one person) is too many.
The Justice Department filed a response to Apple, saying the tech giant "deliberately" put up barriers that now hurt an FBI probe.
CNBC goes to four cities, highlights two properties in each: One a million dollar rental and one a million dollar buy. Which comes out on top?
Asset manager State Street Global Advisors studied the issue of clients who are hit with incapacitating mental ailments.
Marissa Mayer says Marissa Mayer “would love to be running Yahoo” next year.
Want to earn 3.14 years of free pizza from Pizza Hut? All you have to do is answer three math questions.
Would a Donald Trump presidency send the economy into a raging bull market or recession? Here are some questions to get closer to an answer.
The restructuring program, now expected to end in December 2017, will result in the reduction of 3,300 to 3,800 positions globally.
China will be able to project "substantial offensive military power" from islands in the South China Sea within months, James Clapper said.
Goldman hired the daughter of an ally of Najib Razak at a time when the bank was seeking to expand its Malaysia business, reports the Financial Times.
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