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The Labor Department will report the latest data on hiring and the unemployment rate in August. Here is what to watch for.
The "flight to safety" into bonds many expected when U.S. stocks slumped last week never took off, further confusing investors at a volatile time.
It could also be a sign that Trump has concluded that a run within the GOP is his only ticket to the White House.
The increased urbanization of student housing is translating into big money for some developers and REITs.
A bottom in commodity prices may come within the next few months, if it already hasn't passed, Dennis Gartman said Thursday.
Faced with the prospect of paying off your recent spending -- plus 15% interest -- for the next six months or longer? There might be a better way.
With one search algorithm tweak this week, Google rekindled deep-seated fears that it is doing its damnedest to nuke apps.
Already a digital ordering giant, one startup is betting its new service will speed up food delivery.
One of the largest U.S. pension funds is thinking of shifting up to $20 billion away from stocks, the LA Times reports.
As students shift to gadgets over textbooks, backpack makers in the $2.7B industry are rethinking packs, the New York Times reports.
Nike has long dominated the tennis wars with many of the biggest stars in the game, but Under Armour is betting big on its newest star.
Transgender people would be covered under a new rule barring sex discrimination in federally funded health programs.
For all the talk about the nearly 250,000 jobs a month the economy is creating, workers' real wages are going backward.
A new entrant to the peer-to-peer economy hopes to capitalize on the trend of consumers wanting to rent recreational vehicles.
An NLRB ruling that broadens the definition of "employer" has big implications for franchise operations.
Not all hedge funds are getting crushed in the recent downturn, some are even prospering, the New York Times reports.
At least 27 deaths have been associated with the Recovery filter, NBC News reports.
After years of shrinking, the market for personal computers seems to be strengthening.
Disney is turning its launch of new "Star Wars" merchandise—3½ months before "The Force Awakens"—into a new kind of retail holiday.
A study that shows immigrant households more often claim welfare could back Trump's views, Financial Times reports.
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The Samsung Gear VR sold out in a flash, even before Black Friday. Here's why — and what retailers are doing about it, explains this ex-Google exec.
What's crazier than buying a $2 million car? Buying a $2 million car that you haven't been able to see pictures of, let alone test-driven.
Growing a small business can be tough, especially when your business is unconventional. Here's how one couple succeeded.
Disney shares have been hit hard on ESPN's massive subscriber loss. Will "Star Wars" make up the difference? With Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets.
Sumner Redstone is being sued by a former girlfriend, who says he lacks the mental capacity to remove her as his representative. If the case is found to have merit, there could be serious shareholder blowback, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton is unveiling plans for a $275 million infrastructure program. Finding opportunities for investors, with Josh Duitz, Alpine Funds.