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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.
Apple is offering a way for consumers to purchase iPhones through a new "financing" plan, which is essentially a lease. NYT reports.
Apple is reportedly among a slew of automakers exploring the laws of self-driving cars in California.
An indicator of U.S. economic activity inched up in August, but missed analyst expectations slightly, suggesting moderate economic growth ahead.
Ad block companies and publishers are battling over digital ads. With no advertising revenue, who would pay for editorial content?
A significant number of Apple customers are reporting their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system.
New York City's $165 billion pension funds will vote to strip Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan of his chairman title, a spokesman for the funds told Reuters.
With the plan, Sprint customers can exchange their old iPhones for new models at any time for $15 month, Marcelo Claure said.
An appeals panel has upheld the Borgata casino's policy of regulating how much its cocktail waitresses can weigh.
Qualcomm is slashing more than 1,300 full-time jobs in San Diego and has cut hundreds more in other states.
Short seller Bill Fleckenstein says markets could be heading for a "pretty nasty decline."
Buffalo Wild Wings will stop airing commercials featuring the comedian who lied about being in the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11 attacks.
"I don't see how enough changes for them to move by December," former New York Fed Executive Vice President Dino Kos tells CNBC.
Verizon announced on Thursday it would begin to offer roaming wireless service in Cuba next week, becoming the first U.S. company to do so.
After the Fed announcement to keep rates unchanged, one trader says it's time to buy back into these sectors.
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