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Reverberations from a devastating cyberattack continue to rattle Sony Pictures Entertainment.
America's rental apartments are full. Historically full, in fact. The national occupancy rate hit 95.3 percent in May, the highest on record.
Pablo Sandoval was benched after admitting he looked at Instagram.
Google's Chris Urmson spoke to CNBC as the company begins its next phase of research into autonomous-drive vehicles.
Martha Stewart Living shares surged after a report named it as a target of a potential takeover.
Charitable giving reached new heights in 2014, a recent study found, but not all the money went straight to good causes.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved "fast-track" trade negotiating authority.
The Federal Communications Commission advances a proposal that would allow the government to subsidize broadband for low-income Americans.
President Obama said the Charleston killer had "no trouble" getting a gun, and the U.S. will ultimately have to "shift."
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a tightening labor market.
Golfers will be able to access TaylorMade Golf analytics on their Microsoft Band to manage their game, performance, and health.
In the U.S., the average job interview process now takes 23 days—almost double the time it took five years ago.
Pirch is rewriting the rules for shopping for home appliances.
The job market can be tough, and no one knows it more than this guy.
Shares of Fitbit opened 52 percent above their IPO price, putting it on track to rank among the top 10 stock market debuts of the year.
Forget the prospect of a rate hike—the economy is slipping into recession, says Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.
Easy monetary policies around the world have “absolutely” created bubbles, billionaire developer Jeff Greene tells CNBC. “There are bubbles and opportunities.”
In an eye-catching options trade, someone bet $7.5 million that Fox could plunge 27 percent by January 2017.
In CNBC's 2015 Top States for Business study, the sentiment of business seems to be clear: Corporate America is calling for equality.
There is one practical reason why the U.S. Treasury Department decided to move forward with adding a woman to the $10 bill.
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