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President Obama signed a funding bill passed by Congress that will keep the government operating until Dec. 9
The train that crashed in Hoboken on Thursday was not equipped with technology that could have prevented it, NBC News reports.
The New York attorney general's probe of Donald Trump's foundation appears to have expanded, according to a report.
Snap is expected to conduct a "closed" rollout of new camera-mounted Spectacles, The Information reported.
Microsoft created a new artificial intelligence unit, as the company pushes deeper into the fast-growing field.
Despite a recently lifted travel advisory, there are signs of pain in Florida's $90 billion travel industry.
Power posing may not boost your confidence after all.
Older people are more at risk for the flu, but officials say everyone older than 6 months should get vaccinated.
Rep. Brad Sherman says the bank's conduct and culture duped investors and turned workers into criminals.
Zume Pizza is replacing human chefs with robots, slashing labor costs in half and reinvesting those savings into higher-quality ingredients.
Growing vegetables and cereals in space could become critical to eventually supporting a permanent human colony on Mars.
An estimated 1 million people have already finished their holiday shopping. But keep hunting for good sales.
Elon Musk told Tesla employees to follow company policy of not offering discounts on new cars, answering recent concerns about the practice.
"We can continue to be patient," Powell said. "We are in a global environment in which growth is weak and there are deflationary forces."
Only 200 versions of Ferrari's new super car, La Ferrari Aperta, were up for sale.
AOL co-founder Steve Case finds Donald Trump's tight-borders, back-to-the-glory-days approach unsettling.
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Earnings are out for Costco. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details. CNBC senior markets commentator Mike Santoli and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, weigh in.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) discusses the Wells Fargo scandal and CEO John Stumpf's testimony in front of the House Financial Services Committee.
CNBC's Becky Quick reports on billionaire investor Warren Buffett's views towards the Wells Fargo scandal and CEO John Stumpf's testimony on Capitol Hill.