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Nearly three quarters of cabins on a luxury cruise were booked within hours despite a price tag in excess of $100,000 per couple. USAToday reports.
The unemployment rate remained flat at 5.3 percent, while labor force participation rate was unchanged.
Futures are now pointing to a 55 percent chance of a September interest rate hike, RBS said on Friday.
The Labor Department said Friday the unemployment rate remained at 5.3 percent in July, but does that tell the real story?
Republican presidential hopefuls had a doozy of a first debate. Here are the winners and losers, and the man who makes conventional losing, winning.
Burglars targeted Formula One star Jenson Button and his wife while they vacationed and may have knocked them out with anesthetic gas. NBC reports.
A new analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York finds a far smaller gap between women and men among recent grads. The Fiscal Times reports.
China-linked hackers attacked U.S. airline company American Airline and travel reservations platform provider Sabre, Bloomberg reported.
A 1986 Testarossa that was used in the hit 1980s TV show "Miami Vice" will be auctioned off by Mecum Auctions next week.
The need to secure the data cybercriminals are after will create 6 million cybersecurity jobs by 2019, says Symantec.
David Stockman explains why the global economy is entering an era of "epochal deflation." Expects a steep stock market crash.
As restaurants, like McDonald's, double down on breakfast, their timing is from far from eggscellent.
The solid jobs growth for last month gives the Fed little reason not to raise interest rates next months, market watchers tell CNBC.
McDonald's said on Thursday it laid off in July 135 employees at its U.S. headquarters and 90 employees posted overseas as part of a restructuring.
One candidate—Carly Fiorina—emerged from the debate after taking on not only Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton by name, but even her own party.
Wall Street bankers and traders are leaving high-paying jobs to join bitcoin start-ups.
As the Fed puzzles over what is holding back U.S. wages and productivity six years into the recovery, a pasta sauce company may offer some answers.
Google and Samsung will release monthly security fixes for Android phones, a growing target for hackers.
Donald Trump has courted controversy with his outspoken views, but the billionaire may have been too reserved in his first debate, Joe Watkins said.
Renowned oil trader Andy Hall suffered his second-biggest monthly loss in July in a "brutal month" that left his hedge fund about $500 million poorer.
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I saw firsthand the determination of the refugees to rise above their plight, says Elizabeth MacBride. We have a lot to gain by welcoming them.
Warner Bros. is selling more DC Comics shows after series like "Gotham" and "The Flash" became hits.
Former President Bill Clinton weighs in on the 2016 Presidential race; on Hillary’s run, and the possibility Vice President Joe Biden could enter the race and oppose her. Plus, the former President discusses his relationship with Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling you what we could see when earnings season kicks off next week.
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