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The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut have been quietly investigating Apple's negotiations with music companies.
One of the top finishers at the World Series of Poker faces card-marking allegations.
The CEO of DoubleLine Capital said he still believes the Fed will probably not raise rates this year, in part because of a lack of wage inflation.
Target will double its share buyback program and boost its quarterly dividend, confirming the contents of a statement it published inadvertently.
Investors have had to quickly get used to the recent spurt of market volatility and, with few assets offering a safe haven from the rout, investors are eyeing the vulnerable bond sector for direction.
Two major American cities are seeking to provide more information about the foods consumers eat.
The jump in interest rates' to their highest level this year caused a surge in mortgage applications. Why? Fear that rates will move even higher.
Netflix shareholders approved a massive increase in the number of shares the company can issue, a step toward a possible stock split.
The stunning leak of intimate celebrity photos may reach far wider than was previously known, involving the breach of almost 600 online accounts.
Police are investigating reports that a copy of author E.L. James's latest novel, "Grey", has been stolen, her British publisher Random House said.
Overseas markets bring in more advertising revenue than the U.S. for Facebook, amounting to 51 percent of global ad sales in the first quarter.
Semiconductor stocks have slid 6 percent in June. Here's what's behind the weakness.
Johnson Controls on Wednesday announced its intention to explore strategic options to spin off its automotive business.
Snoop Dogg is suing American brewer Pabst Blue Ribbon over equity he is owed after its subsidiary Colt 45 was sold.
Spotify has snapped up $115 million in investment valuing the company at around $8.2 billion, as it looks to fight off competition from Apple.
Market corrections in Europe and Asia have traders worrying the U.S. could be next.
Judy Travis, a vlogger and mother of three, has her hands full, so CNBC treated her to a day at a spa.
Many of Europe’s universities and companies are teaming up to bolster research and increase funding. How?
In 2015, the employee's contribution limit is $18,000.
Thanks to a circulating pay stub for Pittsburgh Pirates all-star center fielder Andrew McCutchen, we know more about the taxes they pay.
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CNBC's Seema Mody reports Google is working on a disruption with its cloud services.
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