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The NFL is taking the right steps to protect its players from concussions, former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino said.
General Assembly CEO Jake Schwartz says the digital economy is increasing demand for new data skills.
Innovation and productivity are the two things that will improve the economy, Warren Buffett told Politico.
Starbucks may have won favor with lactose intolerant customers by adding almond milk to its menu, but it may have alienated another consumer base.
"It was pretty clear that in Yahoo/AOL, she wouldn't have the same position that she has now," a source told Recode.
Donald Trump tells CNBC he will either win with his frank and uncensored style of campaigning, or go back to his comfortable life.
Trump sees the climate as a ripe time for the U.S. to take advantage of almost-free money.
American voters want two things from the next president: better jobs and better wages.
A man scaled the side of Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon with what looked like large suction cups.
Legg Mason fund manager Bill Miller will leave the firm after 35 years, the Baltimore-based investment company said on Thursday.
For most Americans, watching the games will be the most athletic activity they participate in on a given day.
Here are six things you missed at the Rio Olympics on Wednesday.
Nvidia has been the top tech stock over the past year, on excitement about artificial intelligence and autonomous driving.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals shares fell more than 9 percent in pre-market trading after The Wall Street Journal reported the company is under federal investigation.
Contrary to the apparent conclusion of Donald Trump, the terror quasi-state known as ISIS was not founded by Barack Obama.
Donald Trump tells CNBC he would renegotiate trade deals like NAFTA, and that he is not an isolationist although he may be viewed as one.
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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.
Arby's announced Tuesday it will begin testing venison sandwiches in select markets by the end of the month, USA Today reports.
Discussing whether Amazon's apparel ambitions will propel it over traditional retailers like Macy's with Oliver Chen, Cowen & Co. senior analyst, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa speaks to Stewart Butterfield, Slack CEO and founder, about teaming up with IBM's Watson artificial intelligence, how his company is growing and whether an IPO is on the way.
Glenn Thrush, Politico Chief Political Correspondent, discusses the last leg in the race to the White House which he says is tightening.