McCarthy withdrew his bid at a GOP conference where he was widely expected to be nominated for the job.
Netflix said Thursday it will be increasing its standard monthly price to $9.99 a month, starting Nov. 11.
Bond guru Bill Gross is suing Pimco, the company he founded decades ago.
Goldman Sachs said Thursday oil fundamentals have not changed and reiterated its call that crude prices will remain lower for longer.
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Stocks traded mixed Thursday, with traders looking to the release of the September Federal Open Market Committee's minutes.
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Childhood obesity is a major epidemic and the government can save billions by helping to fight it in this way, says Curt Ellis.
The National Retail Federation predicts holiday sales will increase 3.7 percent, in line with several other industry forecasts.
President Obama held a Summit at the White House to address challenges facing the changing fabric of America's workforce.
The increase will take effect on Nov. 15, the company said.
Here is a cluster of facts and figures about the historical rain that fell across South and North Carolina.
There may soon be options beyond "like" to express your reaction to your Facebook News Feed.
Walt Disney Studios has topped $4 billion at the box office this year, helped along by Marvel superhero films and animated flicks.
Volkswagen America CEO Michael Horn apologizes on Capitol Hill and says VW is "determined to make things right."
Want to see the Chicago Cubs in postseason action against their archrivals? Get ready to pay up.
Sony has thrown the first punch in the video game industry's annual holiday slugfest.
Drugmaker Roche said its experimental medicine for multiple sclerosis performed better in a late-stage clinical trial than a commonly used therapy.
The military involvement by Russia in Syria could force OPEC's largest member to capitulate on production cuts, entrepreneur Boone Pickens tells CNBC.
The year isn't over yet but T. Boone Pickens says his prediction for $70 oil by year end isn't looking good. Here's why.