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Hackers knocked out the FCC's website around the time TV comedian John Oliver implored viewers to protest new net neutrality proposals, the agency said.
One of Wall Street's leading voices on the global economy says stocks just came dangerously close to a "horrific" sell-off.
"All of the business of selling apps and selling subscriptions is extremely cruelly misunderstood, including by me," Chamath Palihapitiya tells CNBC.
The serial entrepreneur, who has sold companies to Yahoo and eBay, says this is what bosses need to be vigilant about.
China's latest efforts to crack down on high and increasingly risky forms of debt in its financial system are shocking local markets.
South Korea's liberal leader Moon Jae-in took the oath of office as president on Wednesday.
Seamless is out of the question.
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No one has done a better job of succeeding in the world of media than Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger. Here are his 6 power commandments.
The Big Apple isn't known for bargains, but on these purchases, it's cheaper than other big cities around the world.
President Trump has given Main Street and Wall Street "hope and optimism" on the economy, the billionaire real estate investor tells CNBC.
Einstein Bagels wants to give you your caffeine and carbohydrate fix at once, Eater reports.
The belief that consuming too much cheese is harmful to your health is wrong, according to experts.
Investors looking for steady income are turning to MREITs that invest in mortgage-backed securities and real estate loans.
Samsung announces unlocked versions of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, which could be ideal for frequent travelers.
A big move for the market is coming, and it will take stocks much higher, forecasts Ari Wald of Oppenheimer.
"Stuff's going to go wrong," said Brad Gerstner of Altimeter Capital.
With bitcoin's price so high, analysts are contemplating what risks could scuttle the surge.
Using JoyRun made one UC Davis student enough money that she didn't have to get a campus job.
"Obviously, ESPN is exposed. We're getting a lot more 'cord cutters' and 'cord nevers,'" Tuna Amobi tells CNBC.