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The bank has been charged with fraud in connection to the bond offering of ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video game company.
The Democratic front-runner alienated two key states in her latest debate, anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist says.
"Zootopia" grossed more than $73.7 million domestically, dethroning "Frozen" as the highest opening weekend earner for Disney's animation unit.
HomeTown Buffet and several affiliated buffet chains on Monday filed for its third Chapter 11 bankruptcy in eight years, according to court documents.
The strongest growth has been at the very top of the wealth ladder, according to a new report.
Data from Nielsen show that ready-to-eat cereal sales have been declining for several years.
Hillary Clinton sits down with CNBC's John Harwood and makes her case for why she will be good for business and the economy.
Nancy Reagan influenced White House staffing decisions and some of the country's most significant moments, historian Allan Lichtman says.
Amazon plans to restore an encryption feature on its Fire tablets after customers criticized the company for quietly removing the security option.
Republicans desperate to stop Donald Trump from capturing the party's presidential nomination are wrestling with whether to unite behind Ted Cruz.
Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and chairman of Hyperloop, says the technology is ready.
The industry is divided over how to get brokers sanctioned by regulatory authorities to pay compensation to wronged investor clients.
United Continental said on Sunday that its President and Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz will return to the airline full-time as of March 14.
For the first time, a law school will stand trial on charges that it inflated the employment data for its graduates to lure prospective students.
Businesses and investors should brace themselves for higher U.S. interest rates.
The average price of gasoline has jumped by 7 cents over the past two weeks, to $1.84 a gallon.
Ray Tomlinson, the inventor of modern email, has died.
After seeing the worst start to a year since 2009, stocks are starting to turn around. And some traders see more gains ahead.
Shares in BASF fell after a report that it was evaluating a counter bid for DuPont, which late last year agreed to merge with Dow Chemical.
Hillary Clinton tells CNBC's John Harwood she isn't seeking her husband's third term, or Barack Obama's.
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James Cakmak, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & co., shares his views towards Amazon's quarterly earnings report, as well Facebook.
Wynn Resorts is out with earnings, and CNBC's Jane Wells reports the details.
Rate-sensitive sectors may be set to slide. Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners and Boris Schossberg of BK Asset Management discuss with Dominic Chu.