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Who was louder online during the political conventions, Democrats or Republicans?
Start-ups are following the lead of powerhouses such as Nike, Adidas and Intel to lay down roots in the Rose City. Here's why.
A measure of consumers' attitudes was slightly lower this month.
School is around the corner, and costs are up. Which must-haves are the most expensive?
While 2016's anemic growth level isn't an automatic disqualifier for an interest rate increase, the bar just got a little higher.
During her historic acceptance speech, Clinton says it takes more than a brash billionaire to fix America's problems.
The economy grew far less than expected as inventories fell for the first time since 2011, but a surge in spending pointed to underlying strength.
ExxonMobil earned an adjusted 41 cents per share in the second quarter, compared with expectations for 64 cents per share.
Rents are soaring and demand for apartments is historically high, but some developers are overestimating the strength of the market.
"If [X candidate] wins, I'm moving to Canada," may sound great for social media — but not for your finances.
Wine Ring is an app, which uses an algorithm to learn what types of wine you'd like and recommends bottles based on your favorite tastes.
Statisticians have found evidence that efforts to adjust the country's measure of economic growth for seasonal fluctuations have not been successful.
Two strategists see gold headed to $1,400 or possibly even higher.
United Parcel Service reported quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts' expectations on Friday.
AbbVie's quarterly net revenue jumped 17.8 percent, driven by demand for its top-selling treatment, Humira.
So what did Hillary Clinton get wrong in her acceptance speech Thursday night? And what did she get right?
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It's one thing to binge watch three episodes of a show in one sitting. It's another to devour an entire season in a day.
Jennifer Lawrence remained at the top of Forbes' annual ranking as the world's highest-paid actresses, USA Today reports.
Jeremy Shuler, who started classes at Cornell this week, could become the Ivy League school's youngest graduate.
Discussing declines in homeownership among millennials and why it's not a bad thing, with Catherine Rampell, Columnist at The Washington Post.
Ron Cohen, Acorda Therapeutics President & CEO, and CNBC's Meg Tirrell discuss the outrage surrounding Mylan's EpiPen price hike and the general state of drug pricing and development.
Investors have enjoyed a very favorable risk-reward relationship in U.S. stocks recently, but what will the future bring? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss with Brian Sullivan.