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What's worse than stolen credit card data? Last month's top breach ruined marriages.
In advance of the latest James Bond film, "Spectre," Jaguar and Land Rover unveiled the stunt cars used in the movie in an event in Frankfurt.
With uncertainty around the Fed's monetary policy set to continue, what do you think the VIX will do until year-end?
Crude rallied amid a jump in gasoline prices and on concerns that U.S. production may slow as drilling steadily declines.
Vice President Joe Biden is dropping strong hints that he will enter the 2016 White House fray, The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.
After a post-Fed battering, markets head into the week ahead seeking clarity, especially from two key people—Janet Yellen and Xi Jinping.
The Obama administration will increase the U.S. refugee limit to 100,000 annually in 2017, The NY Times reports.
New Republican Presidential candidate nomination rules made post-2012 election have failed to bring the order and speed craved. The NYTimes reports.
The hearing will be watched by developers for signs of how far Washington is willing to go to protect U.S. copyright holders.
As the first Russian combat aircraft arrived in Syria, the Obama administration reached out to Moscow. The NY Times reports.
The U.S. and China are negotiating what could become the first arms control accord for cyberspace, officials tell The NY Times.
The FBI has launched an investigation into allegations of money-laundering at troubled Malaysian state fund 1MDB, the Wall Street Journal reported.
With the pope's visit expected to draw massive crowds, Airbnb gets new wave of first time users.
As the drone industry emerges, police could make a case to add weapons to the aircraft in any area where it hasn't been outlawed.
Nearly all of the former NFL players studied tested positive for the brain disease associated with concussions.
Yale University will receive $153 in interest on a water bond issued in 1648 from a Dutch water authority, according to a report.
The Obama administration says the German automaker used software intentionally designed to circumvent environmental standards.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie tells CNBC the GOP hopefuls should quit attacking each other and sharpen their assault on the Democrats.
The average interest rate on store credit cards was 23.2 percent in 2014 and not all offers are the same.
Google says it raised more than $11.3 million in funds for humanitarian groups seeking to aid refugees entering Europe.
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Jay Leno loves the horsepower of his new Tesla P90D, but buying it came at the expense of an embarrassing moment with Elon Musk.
A settlement was reached in the divorce trial of hedge fund manager Ken Griffin on Wednesday.
In a new Emirates ad, Jennifer Aniston's nightmare takes place in what looks very much like a US airliner, NBC reports.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on ad spending so far in the 2015 political campaign.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter, said the U.S.-led coalition will not agree to cooperate with Russia in the fight against the Islamic State, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Jeff Cox analyzes the recession buzz circulating on the Street and explains why the market could withstand one, and possibly even go higher in spite of one.