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Today's lowest mortgage rates and fees go to borrowers with credit scores of 740 or higher.
The massive number of Android devices is finally starting to make Android a more significant revenue generator than the iPhone.
Here's how to make a bid on the home price that you and the seller can agree on.
Goldman's options research desk says the energy rally has come to an end. But Susquehanna's derivative expert disagrees.
Comedian Stephen Colbert agreed to fund every classroom project in South Carolina on DonorsChoose.org, totaling $800K in grants.
A development in how patient requests for experimental drugs are handled could be a big step in health care, said a medical director Thursday.
After another month of soaring layoffs in the oil patch, recruiters says employers are taking a pause as crude prices recover.
Online payments start-up Stripe has soared to a $3.5 billion valuation by signing on big U.S. customers. Now the company is looking overseas.
Sellers are coming back to the Minneapolis/St. Paul housing market, but so are buyers, and that is keeping the Twin Cities tight.
Whole Foods co-CEO view the slowdown in comparable sales growth as a result of the fast-paced opening of new stores.
A study by WalletHub ranks some of the worst U.S. cities to work for a small business in 2015. Check them out here.
Apple's deft debt offering highlights the role that low rates have played in supporting the market.
The housing crash created a much larger share of renters, and these Americans are not enjoying the new wealth that now-rising home prices afford.
An appeals court has ruled the NSA's program of collecting billions of telephones records is not permitted by the Patriot Act.
No taxpayer dollars were spent on the transactions, and some employees have already been disciplined, officials told NBC News.
A New York City-based bitcoin exchange, itBit, has been the first to receive a charter under New York banking laws.
Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says a financial crisis will happen again at some point, but reforms undertaken after 2008 can serve to mitigate the damage.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans also tells CNBC "the stock market is high, there's no doubt about it."
Philip Morris International wants smokers to move to "reduced risk" products, CEO Andre Calantzopoulos tells CNBC.
A majority of millionaires polled by CNBC describe themselves as middle class or upper-middle class, a survey finds.
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Lay's four bold new potato chip flavors went on sale this week, and some brave souls at CNBC put them to the test.
An Ebola vaccine developed in record time has proved highly effective against the deadly virus in a large trial in Guinea.
The Earth will be quite a bit more crowded in 2050—with nearly 2.5 billion more people than now.
Ken Sena, Evercore Partners analyst, made the call to downgrade LinkedIn to a hold. He discusses his outlook on the company.
The Squawk Alley team discuss Google in works for a new Google glass.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the employee index and its influence on treasury rates.