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The World Bank has become the latest global organization to urge the Fed to delay raising interest rates until 2016, amid growing expectations that the central bank could hike as early as September.
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Twitter has been collecting data on which smartphone apps its users download. Now, the company is using that data to make some money.
Rates, if approved, would rise average of 12 percent in many major cities, and more for the most popular plans.
J.Crew has laid off about 175 people from its New York headquarters, the company announced on Wednesday in a press release.
The gradual increase approved by the city's council in a 12-1 vote will take place by 2020.
Contenders in the music streaming space get ready for battle as Apple prepares its launch in to the space.
A new analysis details the additional benefits one same-sex couple would receive if they are considered a married couple by Social Security.
Three free online tools to help you crunch the numbers to maximize your Social Security benefits.
Even as water utility companies affected by the drought face decreased revenues, they are finding another way to make money.
Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube have unveiled shoppable ads that let consumers directly buy goods by clicking on sponsored content.
Anyone waiting for that big economic boost from lower gas prices ought to stop holding their breath.
Economists talk of a manufacturing renaissance, even though the sector is down 3.2 percent and 2 million jobs have been lost since 2007.
A new survey shows that Americans are deeply pessimistic about economic mobility partly because of high housing costs.
The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut have been quietly investigating Apple's negotiations with music companies.
One of the top finishers at the World Series of Poker faces card-marking allegations.
The CEO of DoubleLine Capital said he still believes the Fed will probably not raise rates this year, in part because of a lack of wage inflation.
Target will double its share buyback program and boost its quarterly dividend, confirming the contents of a statement it published inadvertently.
Investors have had to quickly get used to the recent spurt of market volatility and, with few assets offering a safe haven from the rout, investors are eyeing the vulnerable bond sector for direction.
Two major American cities are seeking to provide more information about the foods consumers eat.
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Beyonce's newest song "Formation" is doing more than racking up views on YouTube. It's increasing traffic at Red Lobster.
Pizza Hut sold nearly $12 million in food across its digital platforms during Super Bowl Sunday, setting a single-day digital sales record.
A real estate developer bought the 1957 Ferrari that sold for more than $35 million, according to people familiar with the sale.
Dennis Gartman, "The Gartman Letter," and Krishna Memani, OppenheimerFunds, provide their take on what's driving the surge in gold prices and why bank stocks are getting attractive at these levels.
Dennis Gartman, "The Gartman Letter," and Krishna Memani, OppenheimerFunds, discuss whether the markets are bottoming as the Federal Reserve considers another rate hike. All the Fed needs to do is do nothing for a while, says Gartman.
Les Funtleyder, E Squared Asset Management, and CNBC's Meg Tirrell, discuss whether there is more pain to come in biotech and if the pullback presents a buying opportunity.