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A Fitbit study that says users cost employers less in health care may be flawed, The Verge reports.
A new study suggests bigger isn't always better when it comes to global hotel chains and the generosity of their loyalty programs.
The entrepreneur's new furniture line is sourced from the U.S. and mostly made in America to help bring skilled jobs back.
Employees may be the biggest cybersecurity threat organizations face, cybersecurity experts agreed.
The Justice Department's John Carlin talks about the arrest of a NSA contractor for allegedly stealing government secrets.
The online community is outraged over a segment on "The O'Reilly Factor" that poked fun at Asian stereotypes while discussing the election.
The NSA has lost some terrorists because of encryption, but the agency remains supportive of the use of the technology, its general counsel says.
Target and Wal-Mart share a similar vision for the future of their stores. But they're each taking a unique approach to get there.
The candidates’ different policy preferences mean stocks will do far better under one candidate than the other, according to this strategist.
PlayStation VR arrives on October 13. And judging by early critical feedback, Sony's entry in the virtual reality field could be the headset to beat.
Patrick has had life insurance since her early 20s and says you should too.
Angel investor Jason Calacanis tells CNBC's "Squawk Alley" why he thinks Amazon has "unlimited upside."
Ross Levinsohn says Twitter will thrive under the wing of a technology giant.
A team at Yahoo constantly monitored its servers to check for unauthorized infiltration, like the hack of 500 million email accounts.
Most cases of domestic terrorism can now be tied back to social media platforms, Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin says.
"We need a more resilient model for payments," Jeremy Allaire, co-founder and CEO at Circle, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
The problem is compounded by growing mistrust of the U.S. government from citizens, says Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of the U.S. Cyber Command.
Most investors look at frontier markets through a haze of fear. Yet the Arab world could arguably produce the greatest returns.
Why have so many borrowers not chosen to refinance their mortgages when rates are so low?