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Actor Will Ferrell talked to CNBC about reprising his role as the villainous fashion mogul "Mugatu,"U.S. politics and…Donald Trump's hair.
The Cleveland Fed chief said the market should expect the Fed to continue on a tightening path, albeit a slow one.
The Internal Revenue Service said it had resumed processing individual and business tax returns at about 5 p.m. EST on Thursday after a system outage.
Got an iPhone with a broken screen? Good news: you can now trade it in at an Apple store for some credit towards another handset.
Facebook has squandered trillions in potential productivity.
The sign-ups are about 2.7 million higher than what officials project will be enrolled by the end of the year.
Viacom is facing big questions about whether its board made the right decision about its leadership as 92-year-old Sumner Redstone steps down as chairman.
Ed Bastian, who is moving up to Delta Air Lines CEO in May, anticipates no substantial changes.
While homeownership has long been deemed the "American dream," it may not actually make sense for younger Americans right now, according to Zillow.
Start-up investors are feeling a little more hopeful after a rough year, as valuations shake out in Silicon Valley.
In an age of terror, its high time that global leaders get this unregulated industry under control, says Ami Daniel.
Many women heard the CDC's warning about the risks of drinking during pregnancy as patronizing, NBC News reported.
McDonald's may be on a health kick, but some of its nutrient-enhanced meals are very caloric, according to CBC Business News.
Hillary Clinton has been postponing fundraisers with financial executives. But Wall Street isn't offended. Here's why.
Filling in for the retiring head of Google search is the chief of its AI unit.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose, suggesting some loss of momentum in the labor market.
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