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Ryan Leslie, a Grammy-nominated singer, is gearing up to publicly launch SuperPhone.
A jury has ruled in favor of Google on fair use in a software copyright trial with Oracle.
Young people are willing to pay far more for a drink than someone a generation older.
CNBC's Robert Frank, and McKeel Hagerty, Hagerty Insurance, discuss what's hot in the collectible car market.
Crude oil prices dipped on Friday, but the two-month trend upwards is seen continuing by oil expert Amrita Sen.
New malware has already been used against banks in the U.S., Canada and Europe, bilking customers out of about $4 million.
The digital divide, once the province of older workers, is forcing even older millennials to play catch-up.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explores the increasingly inverse relationship between oil and small cap stocks to make a trade.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought AbbVie for his CNBC Pro model portfolio, which is currently up 10 percent on the year.
More than 3 million cups for children are being recalled by Mayborn USA because of the risk of mold that could cause sickness.
Pippa Mann will be the only female driver entered in the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. It's her fifth time participating in the annual race.
After new and existing home sales surged to their highest levels in years during April, traders are looking for opportunities in housing stocks.
Silicon Valley's glitterati are flying south for the third annual Code Conference 2016. What to expect this year.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump aimed to detail his energy policy Thursday in the heart of U.S. oil country.
Climate change is "fast becoming one of the most significant risks for world heritage sites worldwide" according to a new report.
Next week will provide investors with clues as to how far the Fed is from its next rate hike and whether the ECB will ease monetary policy again.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is the “dictator” of “the biggest nation in the world”, The Pirate Bay's founder tells CNBC.
More Americans appear poised to kiss the "staycation" goodbye this summer.
Thousands of offerings, from cardio to core, back to butt, are now in demand and on-demand, streaming through smart TVs, tablets and laptops.
Sueichi Kido, who survived the atomic bomb attack in Nagasaki in 1945, says a commitment to a nuclear-free world will be more important.