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Legislation was introduced in the U.S. Senate and House on Wednesday to make food date labeling less confusing and more consistent.
L Brands quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday, but revenues fell short.
American eighth-grade girls on average scored better than their male peers in technology and engineering literacy tests, NBC News reports.
To stay afloat in the digital age, retailers should reconfigure their digital presence and provide a unique experience for their customers.
Wall Street is at least beginning to entertain the thought that rates may rise a time or two this year, though fear of the Fed remains at a minimum.
McDonald's revealed on Wednesday that it is expanding its McPick 2 menu to allow local restaurants to add regional favorites to the value menu.
American kids are seeing a few ads for alcohol every day, concerning Rand Corp researchers who fear young people are at greater risk of abusing alcohol.
The New York Stock Exchange resolved a "critical" technical issue that led to 199 ticker symbols being suspended for trading.
The Dallas Mavericks owner tells CNBC that the presumptive Republican nominee is "180 degrees wrong" on tech.
Hillary Clinton is the apparent winner of the Kentucky Democratic primary and Bernie Sanders is the apparent winner in Oregon, NBC News projects.
Target on Wednesday reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, but sales at established stores came in below analysts' estimates.
Lowe's reports quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.
Inflation protection still looks underpriced by a key measure.
These non-tech companies are investing heavily in technological innovation, giving a big boost to the bottom line.
With the cost of attending a four-year public university topping $34,000, more students are turning to online education as a cheaper choice.
Once again, American's capitol dominates the top spot but the average overall fitness for all cities have improved greater than usual.
Actress Robin Wright says she demanded the same pay as co-star Kevin Spacey for her work on "House of Cards" and got it.
If America backs out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, free trade allies in the region may turn to China, Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue says.
J&J's consumer brands and medical devices units are poised for growth following turnaround efforts, CEO Alex Gorsky says.
The Obama administration unveiled the final version of a long-awaited and controversial rule to extend overtime pay to 4.2 million U.S. workers.
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Starbucks announced that baristas are now able to show their personal style at work with its new dress code.
Tesla wants to have its massive gigafactory ready to build lithium ion cells before the launch of its Model 3 sedan.
Embattled Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz will no longer gavel open the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, discusses why stocks are shrugging off the crude selloff and why the dollar is extremely important.
Tom Farley, NYSE Group president, joins Closing Bell to discuss his view on IPOs and what to expect from the second half of the year.
The Fast Money traders discuss Yahoo's mobile outreach after Verizon announced a $4.8 billion deal for Yahoo's internet business.