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Most American adults don't get their news from social media, and those who do don't trust what they're getting, Recode reports.
These two entrepreneurs and doctors are disrupting the plastic surgery business. NYT reports.
Messenger often took a back seat to WhatsApp, the messaging app that Facebook bought for $19 billion, the New York Times reports.
June's strong jobs report dashes some recession fears, but it is not a strong enough catalyst to get the Fed moving on rate hikes.
Amazon sellers have long dealt with counterfeiters, but with Chinese goods flooding the marketplace the problem is exploding.
There's no question that sports content will gradually be made available over the top, said mega-agent Casey Wasserman.
Energy recruiters says oilfield services firms and drillers could face a staffing shortage after cutting hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Disclaiming an inheritance may be a smart financial move. Here's why and how to avoid some pitfalls.
A US federal agency claims the U.S. military could save up to $5.7 billion annually by replacing soldiers with civilians.
A single suspect was identified in the Dallas sniper attack that injured 12 officers, five fatally, at a protest over police shootings of black men.
U.S. regulators have banned Elizabeth Holmes, the chief executive of Theranos, from owning or operating a laboratory for at least two years.
Twitter wants to stream more TV-like live video around major sporting events, so it's approaching the folks who control those rights to cut a deal. Recode reports.
The president made his statement on the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling shortly after arriving in Warsaw, Poland.
Donald Trump's attempts to win over skeptical Congressional Republicans grew tense Thursday. NBC News reports.
Crucial information was stolen in the malware attack that affected about 1,025 of its franchised restaurants.
With a potential investigation into perjury by Hillary Clinton on the horizon, CNBC broke down lying to Congress in five questions.
No matter where we work in the future, CEO Satya Nadella says, Microsoft will have a place in it. The Verge reports.
Leap seconds are a way to sync up the various clocks on Earth that disagree.
The system became available as a public beta, so intrepid iPhone and iPad owners can give feedback. The New York Times reports.
Moore Capital Management said it has fired a portfolio manager who threw a wild party in the Hamptons over July Fourth weekend.
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The former FAO Schwarz flagship on New York City's Fifth Avenue has signed on a new tenant.
Drone intrusions during wildfires is hazardous for firefighting efforts, but a new system has them fighting back.
Michael Jordan has taken heat for not being outspoken enough on politics and social justice issues, NBC News reports.
As Twitter gets set to report earnings, today marks one year of results with co-founder Jack Dorsey at the helm. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest data on Fed meeting outcomes.
Vivek Wadhwha, distinguished fellow and professor at Carnegie Mellon University engineering, and Brad Slingerlend, Janus Global Technology funds, weigh in on the future of Apple and Twitter ahead of earnings.