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Tesla CEO Elon Musk launched a line of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities in a bid to help speed the spread of renewable energy.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has snubbed his first overseas visit, fearing it would turn him into a "freak show," according to a Korean newspaper.
NetJets is seeing strength in the U.S., and even in Europe, but an austerity campaign is creating challenges in China, Jordan Hansell tells CNBC.
The calm on global financial markets masks a growing threat to their smooth functioning should shrinking liquidity morph into an outright crunch.
Traders are watching the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF for clues on whether a deeper stock market decline is on the horizon.
A pilot program to extend the use of police body cameras for "transparency" was announced by the Department of Justice on Friday.
Dollar bulls are not ready to throw in the towel and are betting diverging central bank policy will send the greenback higher.
Railway BNSF has put the investment in place to make up for a rough service year, Executive Chairman Matthew Rose tells CNBC.
Bored of travelling by airplane? Well there could be a new way of flying coming to airports soon, in the form of a giant blimp.
The euro has bounced sharply against the U.S. dollar. But technical indicators could point to more upside ahead.
Paul LePage, the Republican governor of Maine, thinks it's time for his state to do away with its individual income tax.
A new survey finds that retirement is a bigger concern for the majority of wealthy investors than leaving a legacy for heirs.
Brussels is set to widen its front against U.S. tech companies by initiating a separate probe into a wider range of online platforms.
China's official PMI came in at 50.1 for April, a tad above expectations, but still indicating the world's second-largest economy is cooling down.
Stocks typically score gains about half the time in the month of May. That compares to positive returns 75 percent of the time in April.
A constant supply of strong economic could spell an earlier finish to the ECB's quantitative easing program than originally thought.
After losing a six-year legal battle, Escape Media, the company that owns Grooveshark, is formally conceding to the music labels that sued it.
The chief of police for the port of Los Angeles was indicted on federal corruption charges involving a citizen reporting program, U.S. authorities said.
Jameis Winston can play football, the Florida State quarterback is expected to be a top two draft pick but is he marketable?
The New York metropolitan area gobbles up more energy than any other major city in the world, according to new research.