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The recent criticism surrounding $9 billion diagnostics firm Theranos has been unfair, Theranos board member Richard Kovacevich tells CNBC.
Since 1986, Wien has announced an annual list of 10 "surprises" he expects in the new year.
The campy, rainbow-themed advertisements of Dr. Zizmor will be disappear from NYC's subways after 35 years, due to his retirement. The NYT reports.
Donald Trump's first television ad highlights some of the most provocative parts of his presidential campaign platform.
GM and Lyft are forming an unprecedented partnership that could help them beat their rivals to the self-driving future.
CES may be loaded with head-turning gadgets, but once the electronics world has moved on, some of those items slip between the cracks.
Gun-related stocks rose sharply Monday, ahead of President Obama's expected speech on gun control curbs later in the day.
U.S. manufacturing contracted in December, according to the latest ISM manufacturing index reading.
While Twitter is just one of several investors, this marks the social media company's first investment in hardware, reports Re/code.
As the Midwest struggled to clear debris after days of flooding, the East prepared for the first cold snap of what has been a strangely warm season.
The expected expansion of shared vehicles will slow the long term growth of auto sales worldwide, according to a new study.
The Fed raised short-term interest rates for the first time in seven years on Dec. 16, and the sky didn't fall on financial markets.
Silvercar, a rental car start-up featuring only silver Audi A4 sedans, has turned to the luxury brand to fund its latest expansion.
Classic car investments are heating up due to near-500 percent returns over the past decade, far outpacing art and wine.
If you took losses on some investments last year, you probably cut your tax bill. Now it's time to set up for 2016.
Consumer discretionary is set for another great year in 2016, traders say.
The Fed will regret its interest rate hike in December and will be forced to backtrack in 2016, market watcher Jim Grant tells CNBC.
Inspired by a new availability of data and tools, economists and scientists are trying to figure out what will blunt the temptation to cheat on taxes.
Instacart and HotelTonight are among the latest tech start-ups to announce layoffs as belts tighten heading into 2016.
One of the Fed's hawkish officials said she is not opposed to her colleagues' view that the U.S. central bank needs to raise rates only four times.
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