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McDonald's revealed it's latest menu item on Tuesday, but you'll have to travel to Japan to taste this delicacy.
The controversial former drug exec, facing fraud charges, is also objecting to being a called a "pharma bro."
Your Uber account is catnip to hackers, and your credit card account information is falling in value on the deep Web.
State governments are still struggling to fund their pension plans. Our map shows what your share comes to.
Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says his years running Twitter through its IPO helped him discover an interest in this realm.
Amid growing worry the U.S. economy is on the brink of a slowdown, small businesses are trying to stay the course.
By saying Barack Obama took Wall Street money, too, Hillary Clinton's strategy isn't resonating with liberal Democrats yet, Politico's Ben White says.
It will be the first time since 2009 this happens, the Congressional Budget Office says.
According to data from campaign marketing firm Fluent, email addresses from the AOL.com domain are worth a lot of money to candidates.
As the debate over tighter controls on firearms purchases rages in Washington, Las Vegas is gearing up for the biggest gun show of the year.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced that he is launching a new startup on Tuesday that will focus on wellness.
Homebuilders may be reconsidering their bullish projections for a strong housing recovery as a monthly survey of sentiment held steady in January.
Macy's is pursuing options for its real estate assets that won't disrupt its business or add too much debt, CEO Terry Lundgren says.
Wells Capital's Jim Paulsen says he's optimistic about stocks even though he expects a short-term scare.
As the ranks of seniors age, many are experiencing memory issues, exposing them to potential financial fraud and risk.
Carl Icahn on Tuesday renewed his call to break up insurance giant American International Group, sending its shares higher in premarket trading.
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Sarah Jessica Parker is expanding her business, but she told CNBC she's very prudent about how fast her company grows.
Months after Sequoia Capital said the firm wouldn't "lower standards" to hire a woman, the firm has landed one as a partner, Recode reports.
MetLife is waving goodbye to Snoopy and the Peanuts gang, ending a more than three-decade branding relationship, USA Today reports.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day, including PayPal, Google Alphabet and more.
"Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan discusses the implied move for McDonald's in the options market ahead of third-quarter earnings.
According to Recode, NBCUniversal invests another $200 million in Buzzfeed. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.