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Crude prices rose on Friday after losses of more than 3 percent a day earlier, with investors treading cautiously ahead of key U.S. employment data.
United Parcel Service will increase rates on many basic delivery services by an average of 4.9 percent starting Dec. 26.
Former shareholders of the mobile software maker are suing JPMorgan for breach of fiduciary duty, according to a lawsuit filed on Thursday.
Harley-Davidson plans to cut about 200 positions as the company adjusts its production schedule due to a lower forecast for motorcycle shipments.
Mazda Motor said it would recall a total of 2.3 million vehicles worldwide over potential problems with their rear gates.
Lululemon Athletica reported comparable sales growth that fell short of analyst estimates, sending shares down nearly 9 percent.
Google has given up on its dreams of building its own modular smartphone.
Two traders give their takes on what to buy before Friday morning's jobs report.
Melania Trump is suing a political blogger and the Daily Mail for claiming the would-be first lady once worked for an escort service.
Hillary Clinton released a plan to combat drug price hikes, following the latest outcry over Mylan's nearly 400 percent price increase for EpiPens.
Donald Trump's visit to Mexico was a high watermark for his campaign, but it may not be enough to put him over the top, said Alex Conant.
Wal-Mart is eliminating 7,000 positions in its back offices across the U.S., the company confirmed Thursday.
Famed technology investment firm Andreessen Horowitz lags rivals when it comes to returns, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The new space race should rely more heavily on private companies than government resources, moon walker Buzz Aldrin tells CNBC.
A shocking contraction in August manufacturing activity pushed back some market expectations that the Fed could hike rates in September and raised new questions about the economy.
U.S. auto sales fell in August, and some major automakers said on Thursday a long-expected sales decline has begun.
CNBC placed multiple orders on Amazon that were shipped with either Wal-Mart labeling or a Target invoice.
Companies spend huge sums to get things into space, but an average of 1 in 20 launches fail. That's why they need insurance.
Residential developers are pouring money into the sector, upping the ante on amenities and seeing occupancy rise.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff explains on "Mad Money" the company's forward guidance warning. And Cramer says Benioff deserves the benefit of the doubt.
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Conditions are ripe to prepare for Korean peninsula unification, said Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at Rand.
It's also a complicated issue that will take a lot of continuing work because of the consequences of direct military action, Panetta said.
Top White House officials say President Trump's tax plan would be the biggest tax cut in U.S. history.
Jim Cramer spoke with Patrick Doyle about earnings, tax cuts, and the future of the pizza chain.
Jim Cramer says oil prices bottoming could have an effect on investors' stock picks.
Jim Cramer looked into both ServiceNow and PayPal's earnings reports that blew investors away.