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BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company may focus on software only, if the profitability of its hardware doesn't improve.
Tech giants led the charge on Friday with their April Fools' Day pranks, but they aren't the only companies having a little fun on April 1.
Donald Trump's view that U.S. manufacturing woes boil down to being ripped off in trade is "too short of an answer," Deere's Sam Allen says.
The U.S. jobs market is hot and American workers have taken notice.
This fast-growing online marketplace lets boutiques and designers from the U.S. and abroad expand their reach to avid fashionistas.
Storms brought tornadoes, heavy rain, hail, and flash floods to the Southeast, reports NBC News.
Plunging consumer confidence doesn't always mean a recession is coming, says Conference Board director Lynn Franco. Here's why.
The Index of Consumer Sentiment hit 91 in March, the University of Michigan said.
As revenues grow, the legal pot business faces issues from competition and D.C. Here's how it could shake out.
Companies believe customers are the best source of referrals. Yet 80% of firms get referrals from a surprising source, a recent study shows.
March's solid jobs report showed a surprising jump in wages and hiring, but there's also a warning signal of slower labor growth ahead.
Most retirees rely on Social Security for retirement income, but few realize just how big a bite out of benefits medical-care costs take.
Parents with college-bound children may feel trapped by the skyrocketing costs of education, which can last a lifetime.
In a new survey, 40 percent of executives said they do not feel personally responsible for the ramifications of cyberattacks.
For one analyst, Target's optimism may be a bit misguided.
The end of March Madness will also mark the end of college fantasy games, the NCAA announced Thursday.
The brand's media arm will provide action sports video content for the news agency.
The link between an increased minimum wage and increased sales at Wetzel's Pretzels is "not coincidence," CEO Bill Phelps tells CNBC.
This week's contretemps, particularly with women, is another test for Donald Trump's survival skills.
Hollywood star Whoopi Goldberg is launching a line of female-focused cannabis products aimed at relieving menstrual pain.
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Venture capitalist Bill Gurley had a spectacular and spectacularly dramatic year.
The outlook for fourth-quarter GDP improved markedly after November's strong retail sales, and some economists say growth could reach 3 or even 4 percent.
The tax bill would eliminate any chance "like-kind" exchanges apply to digital assets.
Use this recipe to turn kitchen trash into treasure.
WowWee Fingerlings are a hot toy this holiday season. Here's the story of a tiny toy that's driving huge sales.
You don't have to spend a ton of a money to fix a mouth-watering steak dinner.