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Recent levels of optimism may be starting to warn about a market top, says Charles Rotblut.
YouTube star Adam Saleh says he was speaking Arabic on the phone with his mom when he and his friend were kicked off the Delta flight.
Poker players famously love to "book a win," and with 2016 winding down, investors may now be doing the same.
"This run that we've had is going to keep plowing through, straight through 2017," Jonathan Golub tells CNBC.
Palantir has provided assistance to the US Customs and Border Protection agency in operating a system that tracks and assesses immigrants.
Online job-search emporium CareerCast.com compiled a list of 10 U.S. cities where you will get the most bang for your salary buck.
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection predicts it will take nearly 1,000 years to complete the cleanup, according to the lawsuit.
After watching interest rates rise for nearly two months, homebuyers and homeowners took baby steps back into the mortgage market.
The Kremlin said new sanctions imposed on Russia by the U.S. would damage relations and that Moscow would respond with its own measures.
Blackstone is winding down hedge fund Senfina Advisors, amid mounting double-digit losses on its investments this year, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Donald Trump plans to put Commerce secretary pick Wilbur Ross in charge of his get-tough trade policy, a transition team spokesman said.
President Barack Obama used a provision, which Donald Trump cannot easily sweep aside, to block drilling in federal waters.
Nine states saw 10 to 13 percentage-point reductions in their adult uninsured rate from 2013 to 2015, according to the Commonwealth Fund.
American Airlines won $15.3 million in a lawsuit that accused airline booking service Sabre of harming competition and charging inflated booking fees.
A tax reform proposal is scaring the pants off clothing and shoe retailers. Here's why.
The families of three men killed at Orlando's Pulse gay nightclub have sued Twitter, Alphabet's Google, and Facebook in federal court.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie unleashed his inner pit bull on Twitter after the Legislature shelved his bill to yank millions of dollars in ads from state newspapers.
An Oracle employee has resigned after learning that his boss joined U.S President-elect Donald Trump's transition team.
Cheap, low-sulfur coal from one state feeds the West, but the region is shifting to natural gas and renewable energy.
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Rocket Lab announces its second of three test flights will occur a few weeks after final preparations begin in October.
A diamond weighing 1,109 carats — the largest found since 1905 — has sold for $53 million.
Netflix fell more than 4 percent in midday trading Monday after a report 21st Century Fox is adding more inventory to FX+.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss the fallout of the tech sector and FANG and what to focus on during this market pullback.
Acting US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Joon H. Kim holds a news conference on NCAA corruption charges.
While online shopping is great, no one loves the return process—packing, shipping, waiting to be refunded. Enter Happy Returns – the tech and logistics service company offers in-person returns of online goods through their nationwide network of Return Bars (located mostly in shopping malls). Happy Returns’ co-founders tell us their business model is a win for all parties: customers love skipping the post office, malls love the extra foot traffic, and retailers are able to offer free returns.