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NY Fed President Bill Dudley says inflation will fall short of the Fed's 2 percent goal.
Two years ago, when crude oil prices topped $100 per barrel, the boom in Hobbs was something to behold.
New Mexico's oil and gas industry is overshadowed by Texas drilling, but the state is an energy power in its own right.
Where money meets muscle, boutique fitness is winning the workout wars in Manhattan and across the nation as they search for cool spaces.
Thousands of fans flocked to the grand opening of "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" on Thursday.
Shares of Yahoo whipsawed Thursday after news that Verizon would move forward with a bid for the tech giant.
The FBI's secret method for unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters would not work the later models.
Want to get your hands on the official collection for Kobe Bryant's last game ever? It's going to cost you.
An island off the coast of Tasmania is seeking an animal-loving employee to meet — and snuggle — its internet-famous orphaned wombat, Derek.
New research suggests that CEO narcissism affects a company's use of tax shelters like the corporate inversions now under fire from the Treasury.
One attitude about jobs is more common among millennials than older Boomer and Gen X workers.
The bralette, a lightweight take on the bra, is fast becoming a must-have item in young women's wardrobes.
If T-Mobile is paying around $6 million a year, that would put the deal among the top 20 in the country on an annual basis.
Steve Wynn has just tossed a verbal grenade into the class wars.
Want to become the next Mike Trout or the next Jordan Spieth? A San Francisco-based start-up might be able to help.
U.S. chocolate companies scramble to boost sales as Americans eat healthier snacks and turn to dark chocolates.
A new scientific field focuses on virtual reality, like video games embedded with health messages such as 'Don't drink and drive.' Can it work?
The electric automaker reported that it has received 325,000 deposits for the Model 3.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell more than expected, suggesting the market continued to strengthen despite tepid economic growth.
The Republican presidential front-runner might have just found someone to support his pessimistic view.
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