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Tech companies are changing the media landscape, but don't count traditional media companies out, Ross Levinsohn says.
Amazon launched a service called Amazon Video Direct, allowing users to post videos and earn royalties from them.
Health providers are using malpractice case data to detect potentially worrisome trends in how they deal with patients.
Heidi Cruz, wife of former Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, likened her husband's campaign to efforts to end slavery.
A school board in McKinney, Texas approved a bond proposal which included the construction of a 12,000-seat, $62.8 million football stadium.
A Treasury Department report highlights opaque creditworthiness standards.
The three parties affected by one of the biggest-ever cyber heists have come together to recover their losses.
Uber will allow the union to represent the company's more than 35,000 drivers in the city, Recode reports.
The one-time Wall Street darling has done nothing for years. Is the momentum gone for good?
Congress should enact immigration and tax reform and resume infrastructure spending, Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown says.
Stephen Strasburg has signed a 7-year contract extension with the Washington Nationals, worth $175 million.
The Labor Department released its monthly report on hirings and job separations. Here's what it says about a rate hike.
The American goalkeeper tells CNBC she's still concerned about Zika, but decided to "begrudgingly" participate this year's Summer Olympics.
House Speaker Paul Ryan will want to know just how conservative Donald Trump is on trade, taxes and spending, Politico's Ben White says.
The online lending industry lost its chief evangelist with the abrupt departure of LendingClub's CEO, and now needs a new champion.
There were 5.8 million job openings in March, up from 5.4 million job openings in February.
For public policy experts, the presidential race has proven to be an increasingly demoralizing lesson in the imperviousness of the U.S. voter.
Economic confidence from US CEOs went up for the first time in over a year, according to the YPO Global Pulse Survey.
Consider 2015 to be the year the hedge-fund industry completed the crossover to the digital age.
The United States would not necessarily lose out if another currency emerged as the world's reserve currency, a top U.S. central banker said.
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Floyd Mayweather posted a mock-up poster on Instagram on Monday teasing a fight between himself and Conor McGregor on pay-per-view.
Using radio-frequency ID chips in the body to open doors and log onto computers is a thing. Hackers are taking note.
When it comes to student loan debt, recent grads should avoid these five mistakes, says Andrew Josuweit.
Employing and retaining military veterans in the civilian workforce is a critical mission. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Cramer focuses in on one stat during this light week of earnings that could change the Fed’s rate outlook.
NBA owner and billionaire investor Mark Cuban is sending out messages about leadership. Does this mean he's interested at being Vice President in 2016 with either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?