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Twenty-two financial companies that have served as primary dealers of U.S. Treasury securities were sued in federal court on Thursday.
Social media giants are pushing back against a Senate bill that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity.
Kinder Surprise may be banned in the U.S., but Americans still gobble down more chocolate than all of Asia Pacific combined, fresh data show.
CEO Jeff Bezos, who owns 83,921,121 of Amazon shares, made a paper gain of more than $8 billion as shares spiked nearly 18 percent after hours.
The disclosure form he filed this week in support of his candidacy for the presidential nomination was large, hard to believe, and self-referential.
FIFA sponsor Visa called Thursday for an independent commission to be formed to clean up world soccer's scandal-ridden governing body.
The Dow’s performance is dragging behind the S&P 500, which could mean trouble for the rest of the market.
Mike Harris of Campbell and Co. explains why he sees even more pain for the commodities space.
AT&T's $48.5 billion bid for DirecTV has cleared its final hurdle as the U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to approve the deal.
The rule aims to reduce conflicts, increase transparency and push some in the sales and advice business to change the way they make recommendations.
Looking to remain in your home in retirement? This senior living trend might be for you.
Apple has removed the connected thermostat from Nest, which Google acquired last year, from its online and retail stores.
Many soccer fans assumed a Gold Cup Final between USA and Mexico, but ticket prices tanked after both teams stumbled.
Testifying before a skeptical Senate committee, Secretary of State John Kerry showed support of the Iran nuclear deal. The NYT reports.
Sales tax holidays continue to be a popular driver of back-to-school spending.
As a result of an antitrust settlement with publishers, Amazon issued refunds to its eBook customers on Thursday.
With the nation's road repair fund running on fumes, bad roads are costing American drivers billions in higher repair bills.
To promote “Paper Towns,” 20th Century Fox is relying on word of mouth online with the help of social media super users.
Elevation Partners' co-founder Roger McNamee says Bill De Blasio could be in trouble for taking on Uber, and here's why.
Wal-Mart has been quietly increasing its offerings in the baby category—one of Target's pillars for its turnaround.
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McDonald's will soon serve breakfast any time of the day nationwide beginning October 6.
Electricity generated by US wind farms could fall further as the El Niño weather phenomenon holds back wind speeds, FT reports.
You'll find some great deals on airfares this fall, according to airfare prediction app, Hopper.com.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Main Street fears, including nervousness about consumer spending, 401k and IRA plans.
Two different views on market volatility and the Fed's decision moving forward, with Joe Lavorgna, Deutsche Bank, and John Lonski, Moody's.
CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports minutes away from the first of the Asian Pacific markets opening as the Future's begin trading.