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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.
Common and costly mistakes millennials make on their tax returns—and how to avoid them.
Just because start-ups like Kabam and ZocDoc are staying private longer than past tech companies, retail investors aren't totally shut out.
January's job openings was at its highest level since January 2001, according to government data released Tuesday.
The European economy may appear mired in low growth and low-flation, but shares there may surge as much as 70 percent by end-2016, Citigroup said.
The airplane Solar Impulse isn't the only unusual item being powered by the sun. Here are five unusual items already using solar energy.
Ahead of the stock market's opening plunge, CNBC's Jim Cramer warned about the dangers of the rising dollar on emerging markets.
Morgan Stanley sees a lengthy recovery ahead for Europe and an improving picture in the United States, CFO Ruth Porat tells CNBC.
Still drilling at four-decade highs, the U.S. oil industry could help drive another price collapse in crude this spring.
Activist investor Harry Wilson tells CNBC he wants potential shareholders of General Motors to know the automaker is a much different company nowadays.
Hedge funds are back in the black for 2015 and some familiar strategies are leading the way.
Small investors are starting to cash in on this bull market, six years after one of the most powerful uptrends ever began.