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Nanomaterials are producing self-cleaning bottles lined with materials that repel even sticky liquids and save money, waste, and mess.
Following the U.K. vote to exit the European Union, a new set of questions is arising around Nike's business.
Critics contended the Texas regulations were specifically designed to shut down abortion clinics.
Participants at a Dallas event where followers of speaker Tony Robbins were burned defended Robbins, NBC News reported.
Jack Lew says turmoil in the wake of the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU doesn't look like the makings of another financial crisis.
The long-time Wall Street bull says he sees more upside for investors in the next three to five years from European stocks than in U.S. stocks.
After the Brexit vote, the VIX didn't spike the way many thought it would. One strategist tells CNBC why.
Two additional SolarCity board members with ties to Elon Musk are recusing themselves from making decisions on Tesla's offer to buy the company.
Cost, ease and efficiency are driving investment assets into passively managed exchange-traded funds from actively managed alternatives.
Investors need to monitor their holdings closely to make sure they aren't hanging on to the next Circuit City, Movie Gallery or Borders.
The Clinton campaign's election plan is still predicated on a billion-dollar-plus budget. What is the best way to spend it?
To say that Robbins' life started off rocky would be an understatement. But instead of letting these challenges hinder his success, they are a core part of it.
Waiting to start saving for retirement could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.
Henry Paulson called a Donald Trump presidency "unthinkable" and said he will vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Hulk Hogan, whose lawsuit against Gawker Media precipitated its bankruptcy, will serve on the committee of unsecured creditors.
Some of the web's biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites.
Intel is looking at options for Intel Security, including potentially selling the antivirus software maker formerly known as McAfee.
The stress tests created for banks by U.S. regulators after the 2008 financial crisis may provide a timely message on banks' hardiness.
A new report suggests Google has a much more aggressive timeline for building its own Android phone than we've previously heard.
The U.S. advance goods trade deficit totaled a wider-than-expected $60.59 billion in May.
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