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Bond yields have risen along with the market. But that trend can only continue for so long, two market strategists advise.
Distinctive Assets, the company behind a $220,000 Oscar swag bag, is being sued by the Academy for copyright infringement.
Producer prices unexpectedly rose as margins for machinery and equipment climbed, but lower energy prices and a strong dollar kept inflation in check.
What do you think about the government's demand that Apple help it hack San Bernardino killer Syed Farook's phone?
Industrial production rose in January after three straight months of declines, buoyed by a strong utilities index and growing manufacturing sector.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended that blood should no longer be collected from regions where the Zika virus is circulating.
The firm also lowered the number of rate hikes it expects from the Federal Reserve.
These credit unions pay more than three time the average yield on a 12-month CD.
You've been saving a lot at that gas pump, and here's why you'll be saving even more.
Applications to refinance mortgages are now at the highest level in over a year.
Airbnb co-founder shares the email that launched his unicorn.
Test drives help Tesla convert Model X reservations into orders, which will be critical as the company ramps up production.
Honeywell is developing surveillance equipment to be worn by a dog, for use in dangerous or confined spaces such as tunnels or collapsed buildings.
President Obama on Tuesday offered an extended critique of the Republicans running to replace him. The New York Times reports.
Faced with another financial crisis, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari also tells CNBC banks would still need a bailout.
"We oppose this order, which has implications far beyond" the San Bernardino terror attacks, Apple CEO Tim Cook says.
Former chief economist of the World Bank Larry Summers is backing calls for removing the 500 euro and $100 bills from circulation.
A new crowdfunding page is asking fans for cash in an effort to cover Kanye West’s alleged $53 million debt.
President Barack Obama reiterated his plans to nominate a successor to Antonin Scalia in "due time," taking swipes at Republican lawmakers.
Berkshire Hathaway has disclosed a new investment in Kinder Morgan, boosting its bet on oil as crude prices hover near 12-year lows.
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Today's bell ringers are Brian Langstraat, Parametric CEO, at the NYSE, and Yuebiao Li, Newater Technology chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
Just because you have a Twitter account doesn't mean you have to use it, says Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner, sharing his thoughts on President Trump's tweet blasting NFL players protesting the national anthem.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on today's top business headlines, including Angela Merkel's election win in Germany.