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Attendance for this year's World Police and Fire Games may be down because the strong dollar is deterring participants from traveling.
Activist investors are responsible for a damaging fall in capital expenditures, Larry McDonald contends. But Erin Gibbs calls that argument "socialist."
Wall Street pay and shareholder performance don't always line up, with a few caveats.
The last time Americans used this much renewable energy was in the 1930s, when the burning of wood was more widespread.
Cleveland is becoming less affordable for housing, thanks to a big drop in for-sale listings.
A combined Charter/Time Warner Cable would be close to Comcast's size in customers, but much larger in territory.
"Regardless of what you heard of Lehman Brothers' risk management, I had 27,000 risk managers because they all owned a piece of the firm," he said.
Raising rates would prompt CEOs to make investment decisions and consumers to make purchases, economist Drew Matus says.
Financiers may be growing too dominant in the nonprofit world, bringing values and priorities that may not be in the best interests of charity, according to a new study.
Hostess was all but dead after filing for bankruptcy, but now could be worth $2 billion according to the New York Post.
A thief who broke into the car of a Seattle couple left behind a million-dollar lottery ticket, NBC News reports.
Some view skyrocketing biotech stocks as a bubble, but hedge funds are riding optimism in the sector to monster gains—for now.
Two energy chief executives disagree about the risks of relying too heavily on renewable sources.
April's so-called "pending" home sales rose 3.4 percent versus March to the highest level in nine years.
The number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but at levels consistent with a stronger labor market.
Costco Wholesale reported a decline in quarterly comparable sales, hurt by gasoline price deflation and a stronger dollar.
San Francisco Fed President John Williams said he expects above-trend economic growth in the U.S. for the rest of the year after a weak first quarter.
Former New York Governor George Pataki announced on his official website on Thursday that he will join the Republican race for the presidency in 2016.
Ford said it would give other automakers access to its electric vehicle technologies to accelerate research and development of such vehicles.
Health care giant Johnson & Johnson has formally accepted a $1.94 billion offer to sell its Cordis heart devices unit to Cardinal Health.
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CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with members of the Grateful Dead about their free show at Madison Square Garden to benefit the Robin Hood Foundation.
LA-based indie band Milo Greene talks about the music industry in the digital age at the Culture Collide Music Festival in San Francisco.
Natalie Jaresko, Ukraine finance minister, discusses Ukraine's attempt to rebuild the nation despite a huge debt owed to Russia.