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Comic Con is showcasing women's fashion, including a company that nets millions by selling comic-based clothes to fan girls.
Facebook has held preliminary discussions with the major record companies, seeking music video licensing deals, according to sources. NYT reports.
Top economist David Rosenberg explains why we won't see a rate hike this year, gives his bullish case for stocks.
A promised cure for the retirement savings crisis is failing to deliver, and the search for a fix continues.
Casa Brutale's roof doubles as a swimming pool.
Estimates show an attack on the country's electrical grid could wipe out more than $1 trillion from the economy, Re/code reports.
Will trouble in the Chinese stock market translate into more or less cash coming into American neighborhoods?
For a day, at least, it seemed like the New York Stock Exchange mattered again.
Selleck was sued for allegedly taking water from a public hydrant at a construction site at least 12 times over the last two years, NBC reports.
Secretary of State John Kerry says major progress has been made in nuclear talks with Iran, but "tough" issues remain.
The IMF trimmed down its global economic growth for 2015 from 3.5 percent to 3.3 percent on Thursday.
Three steps you can take to ensure you don't outlive your money in retirement.
Hedge funds that used a strategy to claim billions of dollars in tax savings will face new scrutiny, the NYT reports.
Taylor Swift's "1989" became the fastest to hit 5 million U.S. sales since 2004, Billboard reported.
Spending on kids grew by 5.7 percent annually over three years, compared with just 3.9 percent for everyone up to age 64.
Faulty doors and sinking sunroofs led to two separate recalls involving a total of about 66,000 Land Rovers, USAT reports.
Yahoo launched a fantasy sports site, a pay-to-play offering to complement the season-long fantasy leagues it offers people for free. Re/code reports.
Officials ruled out a cyberattack as a cause of a more than three-hour halt, blaming instead a "technical issue."
Fed officials struck a dovish tone in their most recent discussions, while at the same time setting the groundwork for future rate hikes.
Small importers in America are facing unique challenges, including getting money to Greek suppliers and distributors overseas.
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New Orleans' levees have improved since Katrina, but hurricane preparation is riddled with uncertainty.
Fans of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” were shocked at the end of the fifth season when Jon Snow was stabbed to death.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on a potential super stock in the race to fight the superbug: Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals.
Consumer Reports rated Tesla a perfect score on key performance characteristics. The FM traders discuss an entry point in the stock.
Amgen is getting approval by the FDA for a new cholesterol drug, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.