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That's the annual cost to the global economy from cybercrime.
Shares of Lumber Liquidators plunge after it posts a surprise quarterly loss and says it expects a regulator to file a claim over formaldehyde allegations.
With Disney stock plunging, CEO Bob Iger says the company's warning about its cable business was about being honest with investors.
The forthcoming "Star Wars" movie could be even more magical for media giant Disney than its blockbuster “Frozen,” according to one analyst.
IBM has not only made nice with former rival Apple, but also is helping to deploy Apple devices, according to a report.
Companies that hit the sweet spot in China's changing growth landscape are the place to be now, not some of the former favorites, analysts say.
Motorola Solutions hopes a $1B investment from its new partner Silver Lake can help revive business, the New York Times reports.
Sticker shock at the grocery store could soon get even worse.
The Fed governor tells CNBC the labor market is strong, but he has not made up his mind yet on whether interest rates should be raised next month.
U.S private employers added 185,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, in a sign that job growth has moderated since the beginning of the year.
Puerto Rico has temporarily stopped making contributions into a fund to pay off additional bond debt, The New York Times reports.
Americans have a dim view of their children's financial prospects, a new survey finds.
Toyota's luxury brand Lexus unveiled its hoverboard in a video but there is a catch, reports USA Today.
Russian aggression has hurt the Ukraine economy and the nation now needs help from US and other creditors, says Treasury official Nathan Sheets.
Apple has only fallen to its current range seven times since 1990. Each of those instances was followed by a move higher.
U.S. investors appear to be moving their money overseas, but some traders say betting on Europe is a risky move.
Retail investors appear to have doubled down on oil as prices for the commodity approach a six-year low.
The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected as an acceleration in demand and a strong dollar sucked in imports of food and automobiles.
The S&P 500 may not hit 3,200 by 2017 as predicted by Laszlo Birinyi, but the bull market may last another five years, Ed Keon said.