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Microsoft is working on an a competitor to Apple's Siri, using research from an artificial intelligence project called "Einstein."
Let it go (on)! The Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to make a sequel to the animated mega-hit "Frozen."
U.S. producer prices fell in February on weak trade margins, pointing to muted inflation pressures that could argue against an a June Fed rates hike.
The activist investor tells CNBC he has not been contacted by the FBI or the Justice Department regarding his campaign against Herbalife.
NBC News Chief Medical Editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman has resigned to take a medical teaching position, she announced Thursday.
Dollar bulls are flocking to the U.S. dollar index, pushing futures interest to all-time records in the last few days.
Toyota Motor has signed on as a worldwide Olympic sponsor in a long-term deal reportedly worth nearly $1 billion.
When the romance is done, weddings are almost sure to be followed up by another, less-intimate commonality: a massive credit card bill.
Bill Ackman's comments about Herbalife do not appear to add up to market manipulation, a former federal prosecutor tells CNBC.
Oil prices might have stabilized only temporarily because the global oil glut is worsening and U.S. production shows no sign of slowing.
The reality is most people will have to work until they drop.
Americans may hate the annual tax-filing season, but they certainly welcome the refunds that are issued each year.
Here are a few things that could soon change for consumers (based on a quick read) along with excerpts from the rules.
Disney said an eighth installment in the "Star Wars" film franchise is set for release in May 2017.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
Homebuyers are out in force in Seattle, but limited inventory may make it tricky for them.
This is a direct link to a re/code story.
On the heels of massive store closings, here are the companies that announced the greatest number of new locations in 2014.
Peltz said DuPont CEO and Chair Ellen Kullman had offered to place one of Trian's nominees on the board. But Peltz balked.
The nation's largest home builders have been quick to check and recheck their flooring lines after Lumber Liquidators mess.
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