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Silicon Valley job seekers are asking tough questions about startup revenue, funding and burn rate.
The camera would allow the wearer to snap photos with a blink of the eye and store them on a wireless device, Today reports.
The case for prenuptual agreements just got a little stronger.
An obscure law from 1941 may force the Department of Defense to purchase sneakers from New Balance.
Bad weather is weighing on key crop exports in South America. But U.S. farmers are getting a bump from El Nino, a weak dollar and heavy fund buying.
About.com created specialized health site Verywell to compete for more digital advertising spend.
Higher minimum wages will cause Sonic franchisees to raise prices but not necessarily cut jobs, CEO Cliff Hudson says.
Younger investors enjoy an enviable landscape compared with what their older counterparts experienced.
Donald Trump hopes that Indiana's nominating contest will make him unstoppable in what had seemed to many a quixotic quest for the GOP nomination.
Sprint, the No.4 U.S. wireless carrier, said its quarterly revenue fell 2.5 percent as it gave big discounts to attract more subscribers.
Yahoo's management team and directors have given a warm welcome to Starboard Value Chief Executive Jeffrey Smith since he joined the company's board.
Pfizer reported a 19.7 percent rise in quarterly revenue, boosted by sales of its new treatments for cancer and its Hospira acquisition.
At the so-called Woodstock for Capitalists, Warren Buffett spoke about sharing the wealth, The New York Times reports.
Offers for "fly anytime" and "no annual fee" credit cards are everywhere. So how do you pick the best one for you?
When a fashion entrepreneur and a tech CEO go out on a date, the result is a fashion app that's changing the selfie.
Fred Wilson believes the tech giant isn't focused on what's driving the future of technology.
Many of the factors hammering Apple's share price are temporary and can be reversed in less than a year, Kulbinder Garcha says.
J&J was ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who said that using the company's talc-powder products caused her to develop cancer.
Shares of U.S. car makers Ford and GM opened nearly 3 percent lower Tuesday.
"Donald Trump doesn't understand what the president does," says David McIntosh, former Indiana congressman and currently head of Club for Growth.
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Blair Effron, co-founder of Centerview Partners, discusses his support for Hillary Clinton's business outreach initiative.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Mark Olson, former fed governor, on FOMC predictions and Japan's stimulus plan.
Coca-Cola President and COO James Quincey discusses the company's earnings, obstacles and growth prospects.