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A stuffed animal designer sued Ralph Lauren Corp., accusing it of creating an illegal market for stuffed teddy bears resembling her own.
The trade gap increased 2.2 percent to $45.7 billion. December's trade deficit was revised up to $44.7 billion.
Snapchat has raised $175 million in fresh funding from Fidelity Investments, giving the company the same $16 billion valuation it had a year ago.
The tough UN sanctions on North Korea are sweeping, and target leader Kim Jong Un's commercial trade activities and vast overseas financial web.
Kim Jong Un ordered his country to be ready to use nuclear weapons "at any time" in the face of growing threats, its official media said on Friday.
The Koch brothers will not use their funds to try to block Donald Trump's path to the presidential nomination, a spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday.
More than 6 million young adults became insured under the Affordable Care Act.
The motion was filed in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City on Thursday, the day after Aubrey McClendon died in a fiery one-car crash.
Clinton's plan would generate $1 trillion in additional revenue for the government, the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center says.
It's not clear if the alleged co-conspirator of the former Chesapeake Energy CEO will now be prosecuted.
McClendon's business dealings are still under question, but Oklahomans are showing an outpouring of gratitude for his accomplishments.
Playboy's non-nude issue has lead to more ad pages and more placement on newsstands. Can it revitalize circulation numbers?
Exxon Mobil chief Rex Tillerson tells CNBC that extracting shale oil at current prices can yield a modest return, but "we wouldn't do that."
Tens of thousands of New Jersey residents who work in NYC would not be able to get to their jobs if NJ Transit workers go on strike later this month.
Carl Icahn said he is backing down from a $100 million investment in the last Trump casino in Atlantic City. USA Today reports.
San Francisco owes $6.1 million to drivers because of overpayment and duplicate payments between 1995 and 2012, including the late Steve Jobs.
Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Fed, believes that there is high downside risk in the outlook for global economic growth.
New research finds that a high percentage of advisors fired for misconduct by financial firms get another job in the industry.
There are now only eight Supreme Court justices, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the court is doomed to months of unproductive gridlock.
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As you age, the faith you have in your financial skills might be deceiving, a study concludes.
There's an excess inventory of nine figure homes piling up around the world, The New York Times reports.
Floyd Mayweather posted a mock-up poster on Instagram on Monday teasing a fight between himself and Conor McGregor on pay-per-view.
Employing and retaining military veterans in the civilian workforce is a critical mission. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Cramer focuses in on one stat during this light week of earnings that could change the Fed’s rate outlook.
NBA owner and billionaire investor Mark Cuban is sending out messages about leadership. Does this mean he's interested at being Vice President in 2016 with either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?