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Instead of debating wither automation will create jobs or eliminate them, we should set aside the modern dogma that humans must have jobs to survive.
Ritu Kumar, a revivalist of India's lost crafts and embroideries, is today drawing inspiration from the catwalks of Paris — with the help of her son Amrish.
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has announced he will answer questions in parliament to clear the air as he faces abuse of power allegations.
The number of shows each day on Snapchat will grow from one per day to three per day by the end of this year, the companies said.
Goldman Sachs expects stock market volatility to remain near record lows.
As the Drone Racing League prepares to launch its 2017 championship, racers could win over $100,000.
The White House sees nuclear power as "a very important part" of its energy strategy, Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry said.
California's decision to spend almost $50 million to defend illegal immigrants is a gift to President Trump, says Jake Novak.
Fiscal policy may come "at best" in 2018, Scott Wren said. If nothing happens, think about a recession in 2019, he said.
Litt is better known in real-estate circles than retail ones, but that's not stopping his activist campaign at Hudson's Bay.
A "Death By Amazon" index tracks the performance of traditional retailers most affected by the transition from "bricks to clicks."
EQT Corp. is poised to become the largest U.S. natural gas producer after announcing it will acquire fellow shale driller Rice Energy.
Yoga may be about as good as physical therapy for treating lower back pain, according to a new study published in a major medical journal.
Hasbro launched a subscription service Monday that will send a curated collection of new board games straight to consumers.
Retailer Hudson's Bay's value comes down to its real estate holdings, activist investor Jonathan Litt told CNBC on Monday.
Market strategist Matt Maley is none too impressed by the Monday tech comeback.
It's much more than the average 18 to 24-year-old full-time employee.
The U.S. Department of Defense says the presence of the F-35 fighter jet in Paris is a clear sign of the U.S. commitment to NATO.
Ross told reporters that the Trump administration would finish the talks in 2017 in an "ideal world."
Josh Brown says enough is enough.