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Google is about to change the way its search engine recommends websites on smartphones and tablets.
Some military spouses are covering up their online footprints after receiving threats from ISIS, the Today Show reports.
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Murder suspect Robert Durst is demanding that authorities return $161,000 seized after his arrest, NBC News reports.
The Department of Labor, or DOL, has finally unveiled its new proposal for safeguarding retirement accounts.
WikiLeaks announced the creation of a search portal containing all the documents and emails stolen from Sony.
Ford will announce an investment of about $2.5 billion in Mexico, the latest multibillion-dollar outlay in the country's booming auto sector.
Commercial borrowers are using two or three percentage points more of their credit lines than they were a year ago.
JPMorgan Securities has taken a 5.35 percent stake in Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML, the Dutch Authority for Financial Markets reported.
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Smith & Wesson is up almost 60 percent so far this year, but one strategist thinks it could be doomed thanks to 3-D printing.
"Star Wars" is back on the big screen … and going viral on the second screen. The "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer is finally here.
Here's a look at the least popular American remakes of all time based on domestic gross figures compiled by Rentrak.
Members of Gawker Media's staff have announced an attempt to unionize, saying they want to make the company more 'functional' and 'fair.'
WikiLeaks has put hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from last year's Sony hack into a searchable online archive.
Wall Street and big business's election kingmakers are reaching for their wallets again in the race for President.
CNBC's Crime & Punishment profiles a senior citizen who took advantage of post-Katrina developers and promoted a fake gold mine, prosecutors say.
United airlines will expand its meal service and begin offering free beer and wine on international flights, reports Today.com.
Bond prices fell as Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer told CNBC he saw a US economic rebound, reigniting fears of a looming rate hike.
It may be lighter and feature an aluminum body, but Ford's new pickup passed a major test of its ability to protect passengers.
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Jay Leno and Tim Allen can't decide who is the better drag racer. So to clear the air, the two decide to have a competition.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are the first pro sports team to fund a tech incubator, sprinkling $120,000 among 10 start-ups.
Decades after the worst nuclear disaster in history, animals are living in Chernobyl in huge numbers.
House Speaker John Boehner says discussions are underway to deal with the looming debt deadline, reports CNBC's Sue Herera, with the update on today's top stories.
For two straight regular seasons, most Dodger fans in LA have not been able to see games on TV, as a spat between Time Warner and DirecTV kept games off air in most homes. Jane Wells asks Dodger CEO Stan Kasten if anything will change.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including Morgan Stanley's positive outlook on oil.