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Pandora Premium, the company's first on-demand streaming tier, will help it beat competition from tech giants like and Amazon, said CEO Tim Westergren.
The Congressional Budget Office is an essential gatekeeper as the GOP attempts to enact an Obamacare repeal, NBC News reports.
For Bharara, being fired could be a boost to a political career that many Democrats and Republicans are predicting for the prosecutor.
Yahoo named its post-Verizon deal executive team, with board member Thomas McInerney serving as CEO and Alexi Wellman filling the CFO position.
Intel announced an agreement to buy Mobileye for about $15.3 billion in cash on Monday.
Shopping expert Trae Bodge shares some of the best and worst deals for shoppers in March.
If there was any doubt that it's becoming a drone's world, the flying contraptions are now becoming part of a professional racing circuit.
With all the demands modern weddings can entail, some couples are shelling out for very specific 21st century services.
How can you tell if your doctor is an over-prescriber? Here are some tips on how to recognize and address the problem.
The stars are aligning for a bull run in the U.S. currency, according to one strategist.
CNBC sat down with Charles Barkley to get his thoughts on the election and modern politics. True to form, he didn't mince words.
"It's time to focus on the 'millennial trade,'" says William Smead of Smead Capital Management.
Here's how to feel less tired after "losing" an hour of sleep to daylight saving time.
Whether this represents a bond bear market is tough to tell, but the signs are building.
In an industry rife with competition, quick-service restaurants are pulling out all the stops to turn patrons into loyal customers.
The American Society of Civil Engineers' latest "infrastructure report card" gives the nation's overall infrastructure a grade of D+.
Sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise dropped 26 percent online in January, but the trend reversed in February, Slice Intelligence said.
Traders paid more to "short" Facebook shares on its public debut than they did when Snapchat parent Snap went public.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt tells CNBC automakers wanted to re-evaluate new fuel economy standards.
Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky's opposition to the plan puts him at odds with the Trump administration, which now runs his federal health agency.