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As the key summer beer-selling season gets underway, the new category of hard soda shows no signs of slowing down.
A study finds cognitive decline as you age decreases financial literacy, while confidence stays high and sometimes even rises.
A series of unexpected disruptions in the world oil market could make OPEC and its meeting next week less relevant.
At least 700 migrants are believed to have died while trying to cross into Italy over the past week, the Financial Times reports.
A judge ordered the release of Trump University documents in a lawsuit against the now-defunct real estate school owned by Donald Trump.
Ed Yardeni, who has been ranked among the country's best economic forecasters, says stocks will be 10 percent higher by next year.
A global pileup of homes listed for $100 million or more is underway, with a record 27 such properties up for sale, The NY Times reports.
A Chinese laundry detergent maker apologized for the harm caused by the spread of an ad in which a black man "washed" by its product.
LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.
Consumers are embracing mobile shopping, which is creating more competition for traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
The Democratic convention is said to be millions of dollars short of funding needed to meet its $64 million goal, according to a report.
Mark Cuban shares four things good leaders never do.
Prime minister plans to delay an increase in sales tax by two-and-a-half years, a government official said
NOAA's Climate Prediction Center estimates how much above average temperatures are going to be over historical summers.
Oil broke above the key $50 level this week for the first time since October 2015. Strategas Research's top analyst says don’t chase the rally.
Injecting a radio-frequency ID chip into your body to open doors and log onto computers is a growing trend — and hackers are honing in.
Constant changes and scuffles are unsettling Donald Trump's campaign, including the dismissal of his political director, The NYT reports.
Eighteen percent of Americans come to regret how they spend their tax refund each year. CNBC weighs in on how best to divvy it up.
"It is so ridiculous where they're taking the water and shoving it out to sea," Trump said at a rally that drew thousands.
Authorities open extra screening lanes and used bomb-sniffing dogs to give some passengers a break from removing their shoes.