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On-time arrival is getting better for airline passengers but some of that improvement is attributable to a simple bookkeeping trick.
Now that the Federal Reserve has pulled the trigger and hiked rates, all eyes will be on the future trajectory of additional increases.
Shares of Apple dipped below $110 Wednesday morning, continuing a slide after a supplier trimmed its outlook earlier in the week.
A new study finds travelers are more satisfied with their experience as they go from check-in, through security and onto their plane.
After regulators suspended IPOs this summer, China's offering market is open again, with 10 companies going public this week.
NEA partner Rick Yang says 2016 will be the year that wearables disapear.
A South Carolina lawmaker introduced legislation to make a point.
High-yield bonds have cratered, but one trader appears to think the market is now overly cautious.
Andreessen Horowitz partner Jeff Jordan shares his holiday outlook for e-commerce and physical retail stores.
CNBC.com Finance Editor Jeff Cox breaks down what investors should expect from the Fed in the coming weeks and months.
With the Fed expected to begin raising interest rates, ETFs designed for rate hikes make playing Fed moves easy and efficient for investors.
The Fed has to increase interest rates Wednesday afternoon, because policymakers painted themselves into a corner, Jack Welch tells CNBC.
Dr. Doom says the Fed is about to hike into a dangerously weakening global economy.
The Republican candidates' anti-immigrant stance at the GOP debate left David Meijas feeling hopeless and un-American.
For the Fed, hiking interest rates is the easy part. The tough work begins as officials implement maneuvers to ensure rates go where they want.
Jack Welch, a Republican supporter, weighs into the gun debate, saying he sees many wealthy seniors buying handguns.
Los Angeles' abundance of caution on Tuesday may have cost the city a lot of money.
Context is key when it comes to deciding whether a bomb threat like the one that shut down the Los Angeles school system is real — or a hoax.
Concerned about what this means for your bank account, 401(k), mortgage loan or even your credit card? Here's what you can expect.
A rundown of scams that thieves use to drain gift cards of their value before the recipient can use them. NBCNews reports.