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Baton Rouge's record floods indicate either an extremely rare event, or a new normal.
Five years after the housing recovery began, 5.9 million borrowers still owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.
By the end of 2011, New Jersey agreed to accept 17 cents on the dollar of what Trump casinos owed, the NYT reports.
Bigfoot Project Investments, a pink sheets company, had a listed market cap of $10 billion on Wednesday morning. Then CNBC called regulators.
"It's going to take awhile for Target to turn this around," one analyst told CNBC.
Cheryl Bachelder, CEO of Popeyes, said during a conference call that the company had seen "a little bit of impact" from flooding in Louisiana.
Recruiters at Facebook are rewarded for "diversity hires" with an internal point system, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Negative interest rates by the ECB and Bank of Japan have failed, economist Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
The GOP, increasingly anxious over its congressional majorities, is likely to move further away Donald Trump.
Louisiana is suffering through its worst floods since Hurricane Katrina. Click ahead to see images from the disaster.
Your employer may be raising your default savings rate in your retirement plan at work. What does this mean for you?
A fast-growing wildfire triggered evacuation orders for more than 82,000 California residents, NBC News reports.
Companies are also paying higher premiums, and having workers pay more in premiums, executives said.
A cholesterol-lowering drug, priced at $14,000 a year per person, could add billions to US health care costs, USA Today reports.
Widowhood or divorce can mean having to master some new financial skills — at exactly the time you're least equipped to deal with it.
With nearly $17 billion valuation, Snapchat is worth more than a number of other public tech companies, Recode reports.
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The Cubs won game two of the World Series, thanks in large part to three players who represent the various stages of Chicago's renaissance.
For its big trip to the City of Light, Victoria's Secret is adding even more sparkle to its famous Fantasy Bra.
According to The TODAY show, Aniston starts her day at 4:30.
Qualcomm has announced a deal to buy rival semiconductor maker NXP, reports CNBC's Joe Kernen.
Bill Barrow, The Associated Press, and Greg Bluestein, Atlantic Journal Constitution, provide a local look into the traditionally red state of Georgia.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports for the first time in the last 32-years the Peach State may be in play for the democrats.