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Users almost universally hailed Apple's flagship wearable as a transformative moment in mobile tech. But do you need to run out and buy one? Maybe not.
The Washington Post reports that Hillary Clinton has hired Google's Stephanie Hannon to be the campaign's chief technology officer.
Jim Cramer reminds investors of the many gifts that go into their pocket when energy costs are lower, thanks to the low price of oil.
Despite the potential for growth, retailers have had difficulty competing in the plus-size category, which has led to frustrated consumers.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play movement in Bed Bath and Beyond and other consumer names on Wednesday.
With Wall Street bracing for disappointing earnings, any beat will likely propel the market higher, Jack Bouroudjian said.
After Shell's BG deal, investors might be tempted to chase the next potential energy takeout. Here's why that could be a big mistake.
These states have the highest average property taxes.
Alcoa reported a mixed quarter on Wednesday, beating expectations on earnings, but missing on revenue.
Around 30 million Americans were under threat from a storm promising hail, high winds and a chance of tornadoes, NBC News reports.
Zillow found that most homebuyers would be paying less per month to own a home than to rent after two years. But renters still aren't moving.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what drove markets lower in early morning trading ahead of earnings season and the FOMC minutes.
Known perhaps as much for Swedish meatballs as its inexpensive furniture, IKEA is doubling down on its food offerings.
The U.S. needs to take a harder line on Iran's military nuclear program, says former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Gillette and Schick have long owned the shaving market, but start-ups are wreaking havoc on the old guard with personalization and marketing.
Google wants to be everywhere (even outer space), and now the tech behemoth wants to stay closer to home. Your home.
Caruso Affiliated will transform a former Masonic Temple into offices, retail and restaurant space.
Call him the "Sun King." China's richest man is now Li Hejun, founder of the thin-film solar company Hanergy, according to China's leading wealth expert.
If you want to beat the market this year, you have to watch where the U.S. dollar and oil are trading, according to one investor who's trouncing the S&P 500.
Remember the 3-martini lunch? There's a push to make business lunches 100% tax deductible. Will it fly?