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Research suggests that medical mistakes kill more people than any cause other than heart disease and cancer.
Under Armour extended a contract for Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper in what ESPN reports as the largest endorsement deal ever for an MLB player.
Twitter's user base is stabilizing, but the company's new ad products are cannibalizing its old ones, says James Cakmak of Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co.
The tech giant's music streaming service is getting revamped with assistance from Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.
Fintech companies are hit hard as online lending crimps in volatile markets.
The shares have lost 55 percent of their value since peaking in the fall following Oprah Winfrey's partnership with the weight-loss company.
Americans will spend 900 million hours on hold this year. New services will tackle those customer service calls on your behalf, for a fee.
Millennials starting their careers will find success in a series of incremental decisions and actions that set their careers in motion.
Though overdraft programs started out as a customer courtesy, the fees have become an expensive and risky form of credit.
Private job creation slowed even further last month as firms added just 156,000 jobs in April, ADP said in a Wednesday report.
Productivity fell in the first quarter and costs rose at their fastest pace since 2014 as companies hired more workers to maintain output.
Donald Trump became the likely GOP nominee on Tuesday as top rival Senator Ted Cruz withdrew from the race.
Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the Indiana primary Tuesday, but Hillary Clinton was already looking ahead to the general election.
A small tick higher for interest rates last week was enough again to hold borrowers back from applying for a mortgage.
Kate Spade's sales at established stores in the first quarter handily beat analysts' estimates due to higher demand in North America.
The likelihood of Donald Trump becoming the Republican presidential candidate compounds concerns about the U.S. economy, Michael Tyler says.
Big companies may be targeted by the Obama administration in M&A, but others are just fine.
Andy Puddicombe and Rich Pierson, co-founders of Headspace, want to help people become more productive by secularizing meditation.
GOP likely presidential nominee Donald Trump tells NBC he's confident he "can unite much" of the GOP.
Bernie Sanders is wrong to rule out the possibility that Donald Trump will be elected president, Democrat Ed Rendell says.
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Japan's snap election Sunday should be a win for Shinzo Abe. That will be good news for investors.
Amazon's new Fire HD 10 tablet is just $150 and is easily the best tablet you can buy at that price point.
Look behind the scenes at CNBC’s "The Job Interview" and see how the production team created a convincing office.
Today's bell ringers are John Banovetz, 3M senior vice president and chief tech officer and Gitanjali Rao, Young Scientist Challenge winner at the NYSE, and Andrew Wiederhorn, Fat Brands president and CEO, celebrating its IPO at the Nasdaq.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, Kingdom Holding Company chairman, speaks with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin about global investing, Saudi Arabia's turnaround plan for 2030, social issues, and Saudi Aramco's IPO.
The plan is going to add to our debt and that's a big problem, says Jason Furman, former White House Council of Economic Advisers chairman, sharing his thoughts on pending tax legislation in Congress.