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The Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates until central bankers see signs of wage growth, Boris Schlossberg said.
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A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm more than $234 million in damages.
The bank's earnings fell well short of analysts' expectations, as investors fled the markets amid uncertainty about the timing of a U.S. rate hike.
United Continental declined to provide details about the medical condition of its new chief executive officer on Sunday.
Presidential candidate Rand Paul talks the IRS code, flat taxes, libertarianism and Donald Trump with CNBC's John Harwood.
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United CEO Oscar Munoz had a heart attack sometime in the past 24 hours and is currently in a Chicago hospital, Dow Jones reported Friday.
For Valeant investors, the bad news is that the bad news seemingly keeps on coming.
Gambling haven Nevada has cracked down on daily fantasy sports, and experts say it could be a tipping point for more legal threats.
A CNBC.com analysis of some 350 governors who have served in the 50 statehouses over the last 40 years shows their records on jobs and wages.
Americans are sending big dollars to the government. More than one-third of fiscal year 2015's taxes came from individuals.
Six construction workers were taken to the hospital after a scaffolding collapsed Friday morning, according to a report.
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