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The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased modestly last week, but labor market conditions continued to tighten.
The 0.9 percent increase in U.S. consumer spending is further evidence that economic growth is gathering momentum.
With the annual rebalance of the Russell stock indexes just a day away, brokerage firms are shaving the discounts they typically offer.
There's a bubble building in the bond market, market analyst Peter Boockvar tells CNBC. "Air is slowing coming out."
JPMorgan is in talks with regulators to settle a probe by the agency on whether the bank inappropriately advised clients toward its own products.
This state may be a great place to live, but it ranked last on CNBC's Top States for Business, due to its high taxes and poor infrastructure.
General Motors unveiled the new-generation Chevrolet Cruze compact car, a linchpin of its effort to attract new buyers to the brand.
To lure corporate investors, states are doling out billions in grants and tax holidays. But the strategy isn't boosting competitiveness.
There are tax implications - some good, some not so good - for each major life event.
At a VR conference in May, Oculus made headlines by begrudgingly confirming that yes, there will probably be porn on the Oculus Rift.
Credit card holders are largely ambivalent about earning points, miles or cash back on their card purchases, a Bankrate survey found.
Toyota and Nissan said they would expand a recall to the rest of the world to replace potentially deadly passenger-side air bag inflators.
Credit bureau TransUnion said its initial public offering has been priced at $22.50 per share, valuing the company at about $4 billion.
The public got to hear directly from Tsarnaev, who was formally sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 attack.
Current senators have received nine times more money from backers of a contentious trade bill than senators have from groups that oppose it.
As Wal-Mart, Sears, eBay, Target, Amazon and Etsy.com drop their Confederate products, smaller stores are catering to customers.
Using 95% less water and half the fertilizer of traditional farming, vertical farms bring sustainable produce to cities.
Start-ups are combining social media and data with artistic vision to expand art appreciation—as well as find lucrative buyers and investors.
California once again has the most car thefts per capita, a recent National Insurance Crime Bureau report found, NBC News reports.
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On Black Friday, it's Toys for Tots Foundation ringing the opening bell at the NYSE, and Bed, Bath & Beyond at the Nasdaq.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore has the latest detail on the meeting between French President Hollande and Russian President Putin amid growing tensions between Russia and Turkey after the shooting down of a Russian military jet.
Today's bell ringers are Pete Osman, Marine Toys for Tots Foundation at the NYSE, and Scott Hames, Eric Steinberger and Louis Sepe, Bed Bath & "Beyond at the Nasdaq.