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Johnson Controls and Tyco International on Monday announced plans to merge.
These old paper stock certificates are both investing documents and works of art.
Out of 18 stocks that hit new 52-week lows on Thursday and Friday, 14 were financial companies.
Oil remains fundamentally oversupplied and may not be able to hold above $30 per barrel, Kevin Book says.
The average price of a gallon of gas in the United States fell 14 cents in the past two weeks to its lowest level in seven years.
A gun-store owner and his son were killed in a shootout with two customers after an argument over a $25 firearm repair fee.
Manning surpassed his boss, John Elway, as the oldest quarterback to take his team to the Super Bowl.
No matter which teams end up on the field at Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, fans better be prepared to pony up.
Businesses were more likely to boost pay in the fourth quarter even as sales growth flattened and economic expectations fell.
A deal to restructure $8.2 billion in Puerto Rican utility debt collapsed, after lawmakers missed a deadline to approve conditions for the bond swap.
The New England Patriots have the most even payroll in the NFL. Can that help them win another Super Bowl?
In an interview with CNBC, the NIH director said people may be "a little cynical" because of cancer's casualty rate, but researchers 'had its number.'
Some states dependent on energy revenues are facing strained budgets due to low oil prices, according to an S&P report.
The recent El Nino storms only slightly increased the levels of California reservoirs that stand at half of historic depths, federal officials said.
A California judge on Friday ruled that Viacom Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone can be examined by a doctor hired by Redstone's ex-girlfriend.
A doctor is under internal investigation by a Miami health system due to an online video of a young woman trashing an Uber car.
Starbucks says the Paris terror attacks hurt their sales in Europe. But is that just a convenient excuse?
Analysts have identified retail as the next sector that's likely to get rattled by activist investors.
Google shelled out $1 billion to Apple in order to remain a search option on iOS devices, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Banks are raising red flags about energy loans on their books, but they may be unable to bring down the hammer on drillers.
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Ethereum has been backed by major firms including JPMorgan, Microsoft and Intel.
The average expense ratio paid by fund investors hit the lowest ever as they seek out lower-cost options.
There's still a difference between the theatrical experience and streaming it online, even for the general public according to PwC.
CNBC reporter Kathleen Elkins compares Iceland's iconic geothermal spa to her day at a heated public pool.
Intuit Chairman & CEO Brad Smith discusses the Quickbooks software's success for helping those in the gig economy, how tax reform will affect his business and what challenges this past tax season held for the company.
The Profit Effect | Inkkas: Before Marcus Lemonis stepped in, Inkkas, a Brooklyn-based and globally inspired footwear company, was overflowing with new designs and lacking sales to keep it afloat. Now, less than three years later, the company's at the top of its game and its trendy line of shoes is more focused than ever.