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The first day of the week normally comes with the announcement of a merger or two, but these days a more appropriate moniker might be "Manic Monday."
Twitter and Snapchat said Tuesday they were reducing their workforce.
Millennials have more debt and less income than Gen X or baby boomers. Now new data show 1 in 4 is also caring financially for an aging parent.
Richard Fisher said Tuesday the Fed should heed the call of central bankers around the world and get on with hiking interest rates.
Jay Leno has his doubts that truly autonomous cars will ever arrive.
Bankrate has found that more than 3 in 5 Americans are limiting their spending each month.
Many workers use annual open enrollment to tweak employee benefit options, but others let old selections ride—a big mistake, say advisors.
If Republicans win the White House, much of the fractiousness within the GOP will dissipate, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
Hiring has picked up in most career sectors, but the outlook's brightest for job seekers with health-care and technology skills.
The chart of the Chinese currency looks exactly like the charts of the S&P 500, the VIX and crude oil, technician Richard Ross shows.
China's pledged $260 billion to shore up its navy and military by 2020. The US concern: maintaining free-trade flows in the South China Sea.
Starbucks launched its new pilot delivery service program at the Empire State Building in New York. USA Today reports.
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Several sports organizations had accused the account of violating its copyright protections, NBC News reports.
A successful retirement doesn't depend just on money, but also on other important factors.
Johnson & Johnson delivered earnings that topped expectations on Tuesday, but the strong dollar hurt revenue.
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are in talks to invest in Chobani, in a deal that the Greek yogurt maker hopes could value it at as much $3 billion.
Travis Kalanick offered some advice for the 1,200 aspiring UCLA entrepreneurs, who wondered when they know it’s time to call it quits on a start-up.
California Public Employees' Retirement System officials are considering lowering its assumed rate of return following periods of strong performance.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump responds to Barry Diller comments via Twitter.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer why the recent changes at Twitter indicate the stock could go higher.