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Ocean water may help drought-stricken California, but a combination of economic, environmental and regulatory hurdles remain.
The industries that will most immediately benefit are those that have been hit by sanctions meant to bring Iran to the negotiating table.
Apple is not able to launch its new smartwatch in Switzerland until at least the end of this year because of an intellectual property rights issue.
Mark Cuban caused a Twitter storm recently, calling for everyone to get quarterly blood tests. He's half right, this doctor says.
Four million more loans would have been made between 2009 and 2013 if lenders had used the same standards as were used in 2001, says a new report.
Viacom will take a $785 million pre-tax charge during the recently-ended quarter as part of a reorganization, the company said Monday.
Employers expect to boost hiring of recent college grads this year, but students currently on the hunt may have missed their shot.
United Airlines lost professional golfer Russell Henley's clubs while he was en route to The Masters tournament.
Blackrock plans to close or consolidate some money market funds, reported Dow Jones on Monday.
One Oklahoma tribe is fighting for the right to continue offering Connecticut residents high-rate payday loans.
The promise of an easy Fed, a weaker dollar and service sector data that showed an expanding economy helped lift spirits and stocks Monday.
The costs of false-positive mammograms and overdiagnosis of breast cancer top $4 billion annually, according to a new report.
In fewer than five months, assets under management have increased nearly 200 times to almost $500 million for this exchange-traded fund.
Short term the U.S. markets don't look great, but long term things will turn around, said Safanad's John Rutledge. Here's how he'd invest.
Ambrosino Brothers' Todd Colvin said investors looking for safety amid a volatile market should buy gold.
CNBC's Bob Pisani says bad news is good news, in regards to bad jobs data and the market action.
Baseball fans should watch out if they're thinking of Meerkating MLB games, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Think most fantasy-sports contests are legal? Here's why many may be running afoul of the law, these lawyers say.
An economist tells CNBC that negotiations that could lead to sanctions relief for Iran could also be bearish for oil prices.
"I don't know why bad [economic] news continues to be good news," said one analyst, noting the weaker dollar.