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Experts say it makes sense that high-earners check their credit more often.
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Facebook is suddenly challenging YouTube’s dominance in Web video. It is also full of clips that shouldn’t be there.
London's Shire said it was seeking to buy U.S. firm Baxalta in a $30 billion deal to create a global specialist in medicines treating rare diseases.
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Disney shares are trading at an all-time high, up nearly 45 percent over the past 12 months, and they're expected to keep going strong.
CIT Group CEO John Thain discusses acquiring OneWest Bank and what that might signal for consolidation in banking.
AIG reported second-quarter earnings of $1.39 a share on Monday, beating estimates of $1.22 a share.
The notice, which is not a formal allegation of wrongdoing, is related to a bond exchange-traded fund once managed by Bill Gross.
Twitter shares continued their slide that started last Tuesday, what's next for the social media giant?
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's latest bankruptcy filings reveal more financial details, including a net monthly income near $80K.
Amazon has placed new limits on its Prime subscription service, making it more difficult to split the service with several other people.
President Obama unveiled his plan to tackle climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
New smartphone apps are making trucking more convenient and profitable, but serious safety concerns remain an issue.
Casino hub Atlantic City had its credit rating cut Monday amid concerns about a dissolving tax base and fiscal reforms.
In Silicon Valley, residents are used to seeing big buses rolling through transporting workers for tech companies. Now, those drivers want more money.
Sears Holdings says a key sales figure fell sharply in the second quarter, dragged down by weakness at its namesake stores.
The marketplace forces undermining traditional media conglomerates are being exploited by Netflix, media analyst Rich Greenfield tells CNBC.
Verizon and the unions representing its wireline unit employees on the U.S. East Coast said work will go on as talks continue.
Presidential hopeful Chris Christie tells CNBC's John Harwood he will run a different race from the one he envisioned earlier.
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The GOP front-runner claims he has an innate ability to predict foreign policy trends and events.
Automotive valuation expert Donald Osborne identifies which of these well-designed cars is the best investment.
One word cost Mark Cuban $30,000 during a celebrity "League of Legends" match at the Intel Extreme Masters in San Jose on Saturday.
Art Cashin of UBS, shows off his Thanksgiving Day turkey tie, and weighs in on what he'll be watching ahead of the opening bell, including geopolitical tensions and oil prices. Also Cashin weighs in on the upcoming payroll numbers. They will be weaker than people believe, says Cashin.
Amy Kule, Macy's group vice president at the NYSE, and Matthew Zachary, Stupid Cancer CEO at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.
Today's bell ringers are Amy Kule, Macy's group vice president at the NYSE, and Matthew Zachary, Stupid Cancer CEO at the Nasdaq.