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“I’ve been meeting with the current CEOs of the Alphabet companies and the proposed ones. So you’ll see a lot coming,” he said.
Would you rather spend $678 a square foot in Boston or $219 a square foot in Dallas?
In an essay, Jennifer Lawrence discusses gender double-standards ranging from salary inequity to workplace conversation, TODAY reports.
You might have expected Russia to loom in the Democratic presidential debate, but a small Nordic country sparked discussion.
Tuesday night's Democratic debate could be viewed as the reset button for Hillary Clinton. Here are a few things that became clear.
JPMorgan Chase shares fell after the largest U.S. bank reported net revenue that dropped 6 percent from the previous year.
The U.S. economy likely would not support an interest rate hike this year, a top Federal Reserve official told CNBC.
Deflation talk these days is mostly centered on the euro zone and parts of emerging markets, but the U.S. is dancing on the brink itself.
A Nevada-based journalist was arrested after an altercation with security guards at Tesla Motors' Gigafactory.
According to one marketing expert, Playboy's rebranding strategy will require it to "spin straw into gold."
A crowdfunding campaign for a futuristic razor that was banned from Kickstarter after raising more than $4 million has found a new home on Indiegogo.
Dollar General announced on Tuesday that it would be eliminating roughly 255 positions as part of a broader corporate restructuring plan.
As millennials and baby boomers flock to urban cores, embracing shared cars and bicycles, the discount for living farther away is growing.
Some on Main Street are pessimistic and feel America is on the wrong track, according to a new NFIB survey.
Regulators should understand that some people enjoy work in the sharing economy, an Internet company advocate said on Tuesday.
Hunker down, because winter is coming, venture capitalists say.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is leaning toward supporting Marco Rubio for the Republican nomination, Politico reported.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, is focused on finding "radically bold, new or contrarian" companies.
Bankrate has found that more than 3 in 5 Americans are limiting their spending each month.
Many outlets rely on snackable clips to build brand affinity. But some argue it takes away opportunities to make money.
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Neiman Marcus shoppers hoping to scoop up Black Friday deals were instead greeted with an error message.
Coca-Cola has once again delved into the '90s archives to bring back a nostalgic favorite.
U.S. Christmas tree inventories are said to be tight after years of oversupply, and entering a "short supply" period.
David Arnold, SVP Group Publishing Director, Robb Report, looks at this year's top 3 ultra-luxury gifts.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports if you know someone with kids, or who's a kid at heart, there's a good chance you'll be buying them something from the Star Wars collection.
Black Friday and the holidays are rapidly becoming the time to buy a new car. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports. With CNBC contributor Mike Santoli.