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TV audience for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's first presidential debate likely to near 80-million viewer record.
Women typically get interrupted more than men, Vox reports, which hinders their careers.
Hours after trading barbs in the race's first one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton appears to have put some distance between herself and Trump.
U.S. Labor Department pledged to conduct a "top-to-bottom" review of all cases the department has received concerning Wells Fargo in recent years.
Trump says Clinton did not get under his skin except "maybe" when she brought up accusations by a former Miss Universe.
Brands like Sam's Club and First Data with overlapping customers can now create co-marketing campaigns with targeting tools from Radius Group.
U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs has lowered its forecast for the price of oil price.
New Orleans entrepreneur Sidney Torres says you can't sweat the details.
Facebook millionaire Palmer Luckey said he will be voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson for president, according to USA Today.
"Has she ever created a job?" Conway asked about Clinton. "Has she ever met taxes and regulation that she didn't love?"
In a typical day, millennials are spending the most on food, Uber rides and fantasy football, according to payment app Venmo data.
The first head-to-head presidential debate highlighted the stark divide between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Democrat Jared Bernstein says.
Donald Trump complained that his microphone wasn't working properly, questioning of whether he was intentionally given a "defective" device.
World trade is weakening to its slowest pace since 2009 amid a groundswell of anti-globalization sentiment, a watchdog warned Tuesday.
A federal appeals court cleared the way for American Express to block merchants that accept its cards from steering customers toward lower-cost cards.
Samsung said it has got back more than 60 percent of recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in South Korea and the United States.
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Movie theaters are no longer a place for crackling food wrappers and soft drink slurping thanks to this chef.
After blasting Trump at the debate, Clinton releases a video of a former Miss Universe detailing his alleged insults.
The beer maker was surprised to learn he'd crossed the financial milestone.
CNBC’S Scott Wapner talks politics, Herbalife and Bill Ackman with billionaire investor Carl Icahn of Icahn Enterprises.
The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, share their takes on Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google Alphabet (FANG) amid the stocks beating the S&P 500 over the past three months.
Steven DeSanctis, one of the longest-running and most well-known small and mid-cap strategist on Wall Street, sat down with CNBC's Mike Santoli to discuss the various ways investors can participate in the space, including how to identify potential acquisition targets.