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Pay raises at Wal-Mart have translated into workers spending more in the retailer's stores, says Wal-Mart U.S. CEO Greg Foran.
The number of Americans filing for aid fell last week, a sign that the economy is regaining speed after stumbling in the first quarter.
Wal-Mart reports a higher-than-expected quarterly profit as sales in the U.S. market rose and the retailer kept a lid on costs.
The Vermont independent senator is threatening to take his millions of supporters with him in the separation.
The darknet is exploding in popularity among criminals. Cybercrime is big business and projected to grow to $600 billion this year.
Hillary Clinton's message that she is experienced and ready to lead is not aspirational, Morris Reid says.
Homesellers are hesitant to list their homes this spring because of anxiety about finding a desirable home to buy.
Carly Patterson almost gave up gymnastics, but she pushed through and earned three Olympic medals, including one gold.
This year's graduating class is facing the best job market in years. So, if you don't have a job yet, don't fret.
A disease that affects 1 in 10 US women has a cost of $119 billion in lost productivity, and not enough is being done to combat it.
A group of hedge funds have formed a new lobbying arm to promote the benefits of shareholder activism across the U.S. economy.
A 2012 LinkedIn data theft may have affected far more users than originally thought, the professional networking site said on Wednesday.
Couples can maximize Social Security benefits by filing a "restricted application," adding thousands of dollars in retirement income.
Nutanix is the biggest tech name on file for an IPO. While investors wait, its co-founder is bulking up a new company — ThoughtSpot.
Here are five top scams we found, most of which are also risks if you are traveling within the U.S.
A USA TODAY analysis found Donald Trump's businesses have been involved in at least 100 lawsuits and other disputes related to taxes.
The Fed has said it could hike interest rates in June, but next month's Brexit vote may keep policymakers on hold until July.
With auto sales cruising at a near record pace, the amount of money borrowed by car, truck and SUV buyers topped $1 trillion for the first time ever.
U.S. authorities charged a former chairman of Dean Foods and a professional Las Vegas gambler with engaging in a years-long insider trading scheme.
The investor known as "Dr. Doom" says the Fed is ignoring untrustworthy economic data and simply watching stocks.
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When it comes to student loan debt, recent grads should avoid these five mistakes, says Andrew Josuweit.
Google has been removing links from its search engine in Europe for two years. Here's who's been asking to be forgotten.
The digital divide, once the province of older workers, is now forcing older millennials to catch up.
Employing and retaining military veterans in the civilian workforce is a critical mission. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Cramer focuses in on one stat during this light week of earnings that could change the Fed’s rate outlook.
NBA owner and billionaire investor Mark Cuban is sending out messages about leadership. Does this mean he's interested at being Vice President in 2016 with either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?