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Citigroup and AT&T have ended a court battle over whether the "AT&T thanks" customer loyalty program infringed Citigroup's trademark.
Target will focus on technologies that enhance customers' store experience and on other digital efforts, Chief Information Officer Mike McNamara said.
Regulators denied a request to extend the comment period on environmental analysis to determine whether fuel efficiency requirements are feasible.
U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte lost all four of his major sponsors following his apology for an "exaggerated" story about being robbed at gunpoint.
Donald Trump called for a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, NBC News reports.
Some of Donald Trump's paid staffers have used their personal social media accounts to push inflammatory talk about race and religious war.
The recently retired NBA legend just unveiled a $100 million venture capital fund — and he has a key piece of advice for other pro athletes.
The remake of the blockbuster 1958 remake grossed just $11 million at the box office, falling short of the already-low $15 million projected.
California is poised to join a handful of states that offer a retirement plan to people who don't have one at work.
Some Silicon Valley tech companies expanded outward to areas where they could grow quickly and make jobs more appealing. The NYT reports.
Sony will show off a new slimmer version of its current PlayStation 4 console next month, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Verge reports.
A growing chorus is calling on the Mylan pharmaceutical company to justify its price hikes on EpiPens, NBC News reports.
Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to discuss his old party, marijuana and making the debates.
Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC the Clinton campaign made a "grievous error" keeping her in hiding during Trump's rough patch.
The presidential election has the potential to cause considerable volatility and could possibly re-price a number of markets, Citi highlighted.
A troubling call came in to Morgan Stanley's internal hotline in May 2010, the New York Times reports.
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