The Pentagon will replace its failed program to "train and equip" Syrian rebels with a far less ambitious program. NBC News reports.» Read More
Donald Trump doesn't have a chance of grabbing the GOP presidential nomination, according to the latest CNBC CFO Council survey.
The Justice Department issued new policies that prioritize the prosecution of individual employees for Wall Street crimes, the NYT reports.
Traders look past economic reports Thursday to see if market conditions stabilize enough for Fed to be comfortable hiking rates.
In declining to rule on whether Yahoo can spin off its Alibaba stake tax free, the IRS isn't doing shareholders any favors.
The nation's largest automotive dealer network says it will no longer sell new or used vehicles subject to a recall. NBCNews reports
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The Pentagon wants to pool the refueling capabilities of U.S. allies in order to improve the operational potential of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Ahead of Thursday's start to the spring fashion shows, here are the best- and worst-performing stocks with ties to the runways.
Sources say 30-second ads on Colbert's "Late Show" premiere went for $175,000, thanks to projected a young audience.
Stock market players are toying with becoming their own worst enemies, buying themselves square into the teeth of an interest rate increase.
In the past year, stocks such as Illinois Tool Works and Honeywell have the highest correlation to Apple stock, surprising compared to big tech names.
Bentley unveils the fastest, most powerful, most luxurious, most exclusive"—meaning expensive—"SUV in the world." USAToday reports
There were 5.8 million job openings in July, according to the JOLTS report.
Jeb Bush tells CNBC his tax plan would help fuel growth by empowering Americans and creating an environment for investment.
Hillary Clinton acknowledges that her use of a private email server was a ''mistake,'' and apologizes directly for it. The NYT reports.
Lockheed will announce plans to lay off about 500 people across its information systems and government services division.
Puerto Rican officials are proposing a huge raft of changes to address their island's $72 billion debt burden.
Quiksilver, a ubiquitous clothing brand at surfing hot spots, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for its U.S. division.
General Motors is recalling about 121,000 Cadillacs because the rear window defroster control can overheat and catch fire.
Work and personal finances dominate Americans' every thought, according to a new survey. They each take up about a quarter of our brainpower.
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