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A sensor by a start-up called Density can send data to your phone, telling you when a restaurant or gym is too crowded.
Intuit, the financial software giant behind TurboTax, says it's dropping Quicken to realign its focus. NBC News reports.
In 2003 football star Casey Crawford gave up a lucrative NFL career and decided to cash in on a booming real estate business.
Starting in October the company will roll out a new cafe concept. USAToday reports.
Emails sent by the founder of AshleyMadison.com appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company.
Again Capital's John Kilduff explains what he thinks is the oil market's biggest problem.
Clothing chain Uniqlo's parent announced Friday that it would let some employees clock-in just four days a week.
The key to fixing the U.S.'s crumbling highways comes down to finding the right recipe for asphalt. Here's what's in the mix.
Pennsylvania, with the most faulty bridges in the U.S., is moving quickly to replace 558 bridges in three years. Here's how.
After two stagnant years, some investors say it's finally time to check out shares of GM and Ford.
Is Jeb Bush speaking clearly about policy challenges, or pandering to anti-immigrant voters amid the rise of Donald Trump?
Subway's endorsement deal with Jared Fogle is the latest to end poorly, but many others have done so before.
If your home equity line of credit is approaching its 10th birthday, you might soon see a spike in the minimum monthly payments.
In a tweetstorm, Bill Gurley of Benchmark warned startup unicorns to prepare for leaner times.
Two homeowners in Massachusetts argued that specific circumstances in their homes were so bad that their properties were of no value whatsoever.
A passenger on an airline was shot with a stun gun and removed from the flight Thursday after he became abusive following a dispute, NBC reports.
The American consumer has changed, and that's having a profound effect on where people are choosing to spend their money.
With California mired in drought, it might seem odd there's a dam demolition underway.
The list factors in total cost of ownership and only includes models that have earned a top safety rating from IIHS.
Commodities, emerging markets, and the dollar are all reminding Wall Street of 1998, but just how similar is today's situation?
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Saudi King Salman will visit President Obama on Friday to discuss the Iran nuclear deal, and he's doing it in style, reports USA Today.
The price for Palazzo di Amore, a 25-acre estate and vineyard in Beverly Hills, just got reduced by $46 million.
The increased urbanization of student housing is translating into big money for some developers and REITs.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is meeting with China's Finance Minister, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Matt Tuttle, Tuttle Tactical Management, moved 100 percent to cash on Thursday; and Bruce McCain, Key Private Bank, discusses market opportunities amid the correction.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.