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To lure corporate investors, states are doling out billions in grants and tax holidays. But the strategy isn't boosting competitiveness.
There are tax implications - some good, some not so good - for each major life event.
At a VR conference in May, Oculus made headlines by begrudgingly confirming that yes, there will probably be porn on the Oculus Rift.
Credit card holders are largely ambivalent about earning points, miles or cash back on their card purchases, a Bankrate survey found.
Toyota and Nissan said they would expand a recall to the rest of the world to replace potentially deadly passenger-side air bag inflators.
Credit bureau TransUnion said its initial public offering has been priced at $22.50 per share, valuing the company at about $4 billion.
The public got to hear directly from Tsarnaev, who was formally sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 attack.
Current senators have received nine times more money from backers of a contentious trade bill than senators have from groups that oppose it.
As Wal-Mart, Sears, eBay, Target, Amazon and Etsy.com drop their Confederate products, smaller stores are catering to customers.
Using 95% less water and half the fertilizer of traditional farming, vertical farms bring sustainable produce to cities.
Start-ups are combining social media and data with artistic vision to expand art appreciation—as well as find lucrative buyers and investors.
California once again has the most car thefts per capita, a recent National Insurance Crime Bureau report found, NBC News reports.
An estimated 5 percent of the population is responsible for about half—or $1.4 trillion—of all U.S. health spending.
Cloud company Box and IBM say they are teaming up in a wide-ranging partnership to jointly offer their products and services, re/code reports.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced he is joining the race for the presidency on Wednesday.
Is this year's crop of Republican candidates bigger than in the past? It depends how you count them.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson tells CNBC the decision by Wal-Mart, one of his state's largest employers, to stop selling Confederate flag-related items "makes some sense."
CNBC's 2015 Top States for Business rundown.
Interest rates pulled back slightly last week, but it was enough to push mortgage volume higher.
In a sign automakers are increasingly aware they'll have to try new approaches to reach customers, Ford is launching a car-share program.
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Warner Bros. is selling more DC Comics shows after series like "Gotham" and "The Flash" became hits.
Former President Bill Clinton weighs in on the 2016 Presidential race; on Hillary’s run, and the possibility Vice President Joe Biden could enter the race and oppose her. Plus, the former President discusses his relationship with Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
The “Walkie-Talkie” Fenchurch Street skyscraper won an award for the U.K.'s worst building. Here are 10 more architectural fails.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling you what we could see when earnings season kicks off next week.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer educates investors on the signals to watch for to know when to ring the register and cash out of a hot stock. Know when to leave!
Mad Money host Jim Cramer opens his bag of tricks to share with investors the methods to his madness in stock picking.