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Expect Apple’s jump into wearables to pay off in the long run, some analysts said.
Pimco's Scott Mather sees more rocky times ahead for U.S. equities, and the possibility of the 10-year German Bund turning negative.
The move happened after the Irish Court of Appeal found the 1977 Misuse of Drugs Act was unconstitutional.
There are early indications that two teen retailers are finally getting a grip on all that teen angst.
Chicken chain Chick-fil-A is continuing its nationwide expansion with its first full-menu location in the Big Apple.
The Intercept reported the CIA tried to decrypt Apple device security. "That's what we do," U.S. intelligence official tells CNBC.
The dollar is flexing its muscles, and it may be only half way through a dramatic move that is jarring global markets.
Volatility is making a comeback. Strategist Jeffrey Kleintop tells CNBC how investors can rebalance their portfolios to insulate themselves.
These stocks are starting to perk up as the rest of the market stalls.
Despite the Dow's 200-point drop, history shows that investors should be buying.
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After Apple's latest event, the success of its smartwatch could depend on the results of some unanswered questions.
Just as the iPod was a tipping point for digital music, Apple's platform for medical researchers and its Apple Watch could do the same for health care.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks a what's moving in late morning trading, including the social media space, and interest rates sensitive bank stocks.
On the anniversary of the Nasdaq’s dotcom peak in 2000, we look at the stocks and industries that made up the index, then and now.
An oil tanker overturned on Interstate 95, spilling biodiesel fuel and causing a five mile traffic pile up, according to NBC Washington.
Apple says its new watch is great for physical fitness. But 17-time Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer is not so easily sold.
Sen. Johnson and John Harwood discuss politics and the economy ahead of next year's election cycle.
Verizon's FiOS TV will no longer carry The Weather Channel: here's why.
Numbers are coming in and Boston-area small businesses have lost an average of 24 percent in sales this winter. But some on Main Street already are looking to make up losses.