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The recent spate of disappointing data shows an unpleasant truth: Americans may have to recalibrate expectations for economic growth.
Malware collected track data — card holder's name, card number, expiration date and verification code — from some customers last month.
Homeowners are staying put, and higher home values also mean they have more cash to take out of their homes.
Prices at the pump this Memorial Day weekend are among the lowest in years, thanks to low oil prices and near-record-high-refining volumes.
Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet shares hit all-time highs this week.
The country's ability to keep making payments may be "in doubt," but its willingness is "strong," says one analyst.
Others have said they are facing bankruptcy and foreclosure on their homes while they wait for the settlement checks, USA Today reports.
Here's why billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban calls credit cards "the worst investment you can make."
Alamo Drafthouse is under fire this week after announcing Wednesday that it would host "women-only" screenings of the new "Wonder Woman" film.
The negative polls come as the Congressional Budget Office estimates the bill would lead to 23 million more uninsured people.
Americans are worried about losing health coverage under a House Republican plan, raising the political stakes for the GOP.
Esports' young audience plays the games, so are more involved than regular sports spectators - and it may be the first truly global sport.
James Altucher shares his market views in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
In Brussels, Trump admonished other NATO members for not paying their "fair share" for defense.
Hillary Clinton: There was only one thing to do after losing the election to Donald Trump: "Keep going."
North Korea is now the focus of U.S. missile defense efforts because it vows to soon field a nuclear-armed missile capable of reaching American territory.
Next week could be a big one for markets, which will be hit by a wave of economic reports, including jobs and inflation.
It’s about the books. Really. Recode Reports.
The full interview with Amit Daryanani.