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Investors are particularly enthusiastic about Microsoft's future business — the company reported deferred revenue well above expectations.
Sunday is the last day to sign up for individual health insurance plans and avoid an Obamacare penalty of $695 or more.
Despite Lyft's decision to settle a suit this week, the issue of reclassifying drivers and workplace protections is far from over.
Xerox shares whipsawed in extended trading Thursday after The Wall Street Journal reported the technology company would split into two companies.
The impact of any possible factory slowdown, though, depends a lot on where you live.
The Federal Reserve should continue to coddle the U.S. economy, but will instead raise rates, Stifel's Lindsey Piegza says.
Growing demand for advertising opportunities in China is opening the door for American media.
Radioshack may have filed for bankruptcy, but that's not deterring fellow electronics retailer Circuit City from getting back into the retail biz.
A new survey shows the number of states requiring high school students to take a course in economics has dropped over the last two years.
The value of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's stake in the social media giant rose by more than $6 billion after strong earnings.
Urban Engines is out to fix traffic congestion by giving cities and companies a map of everything happening on the roads and beyond.
More than 40,000 golf professionals and fans are gathered in Orlando, Florida, for the annual PGA Merchandise Show.
Some food transportation on barges is slowing as El Nino-related rain has swelled some waterways.
Spying on strangers through their webcams has never been easier. Shodan helps users access unsecured webcams and other connected devices.
Data breaches exposing taxpayers' personal info are on the rise. Are you at risk for tax-return fraud or other common tax scams?
A lack of homes for sale is keeping potential buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes remained essentially flat in December.
Mattel launches three new body types of its iconic Barbie doll.
New orders for long-lasting goods tumbled as lower oil prices and softer global demand put more pressure on factories.
Ford's fourth-quarter results beat Street expectations, and it maintained a 2016 pretax profit forecast equal to or higher than last year.
Caterpillar revenue slumped 23 percent as weak commodity prices and slowing economic growth in developing countries hit demand for its products.
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