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Bethesda Softworks isn't planning to stay on the sidelines as VR games grab a foothold in the industry.
The CME Group has sanctioned a former airline fuel executive for front-running his own employer's exchange orders, among other things.
Along with Reid Hoffman's major windfall will come a massive tax bill that could top $300 million for the state of California alone.
At the same time, federal health spending would decline by more than $900 billion.
Apple is upping its bets on online streaming by giving Apple Music facelift.
As investigators look into the Orlando nightclub shooting, security experts work to determine how these events can be prevented.
The Orlando massacre has once again prompted calls for a ban on the AR-15, the weapon used in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
Apple opened up Siri and Maps for outside developers on Monday at its worldwide developers conference.
The tourism industry is unlikely to deliver the state of Florida another blow, travel experts said.
The FBI is reviewing its contacts with Orlando shooter Omar Mateen, but hasn't found any lapse in its dealings with him, Director James Comey says.
Microsoft announces a deal to buy LinkedIn, sending shares of the professional social platform soaring.
Politico's Ben White analyzes how the Orlando massacre may reveal the vulnerabilities of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on terrorism.
At least 50 people are dead after a gunman opened fire at a gay club in Orlando, Florida, having pledged allegiance to ISIS.
A new survey from TD Ameritrade finds that most people say they would save or invest a cash windfall.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson asks portfolio managers David Pearl, John Maloney and Nick Galluccio their picks on the best deals in the short term.
How does a man investigated by the FBI for possible links to terrorism buy an assault-style weapon in America? Easily.
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The "BS" stands for "baloney sandwiches," of course. Eater reports.
A new report from a Russian news site shows live functionality embedded into Instagram stories, The Verge reports.
While there are a host of reasons, a contributing factor is that those who are poor are simply priced out of urban housing. NBCNews reports.
Jim Cramer’s telling you which stock he thinks could pay next week.
Jim Cramer spoke with top executives on the state of technology in cell phones, pizza and much more.
The Fast Money traders discuss media stocks.