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U.S. government debt prices were lower Friday, as investors switch focus to news and remarks coming out of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Bill Ackman said Automatic Data Processing should buy rival Ceridian, in a move that could woo customers with a better product.
Protesters shouted "Go home Nazis" as a white nationalist gave a speech on Thursday at the University of Florida.
A Canadian man has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Sunwing Airlines after being served sparkling wine rather than Champagne.
President Trump is not quite ready to let the issue of his call to a fallen soldier's widow go.
A total of 12.3 percent of adults now lack insurance, 1.4 percentage points higher than the end of 2016.
Jabil Inc., which runs the Green Point factory in Wuxi city, maintains that only 20 to 40 employees were actually protesting.
The costs to repair the nation's tallest dam after a nearly catastrophic failure of the spillways will top $500 million, nearly double the original estimate of $275 million, a California Department of Water Resources official said Thursday.
"Some of the politics we see now, we thought we put that to bed," former President Barack Obama told rallies in New Jersey and Virginia.
Swiss Re estimated its claims burden from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the United States and from two earthquakes in Mexico at roughly $3.6 billion in the third quarter.
Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos, in a leaked audiotape, says the company's cyberdefense operations could be tighter
Google’s secretive experimental unit hired a new firm, a federal ethics report shows.
It's one of three small format stores opening in and or near New York City, and one of 12 Target stores opening nationwide this week.
Despite ISIS setbacks on the battlefield in Iraq and Syria, the terror group remains "an enormous threat," the CIA chief said Thursday.
In Stitch Fix's IPO prospectus, the company said that Amazon poses concerns but related to the cloud-computing division.
There's no mistaking what Tesla thinks of Consumer Reports.
Reports that President Trump is leaning toward Fed governor Jerome Powell to be the next Fed chair sent buyers into stocks and bonds.
Celgene said Thursday that it won't initiate a phase 3 trial for a Crohn's disease drug.
The stock market could crash again like it did 30 years ago on Black Monday, strategist Jim Paulsen of Leuthold Group said Thursday.
It could be a cold, snowy winter in parts of the northern US, but a bit milder than usual in the South.
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Of two bills that could crimp ad growth for Facebook and Google, the lower-profile will hit first and could hurt more
Investors may want to take a longer term view appraising profit streams in this increasingly disruptive world.
Wal-Mart is planning to test Tesla's electric tractor trailers and has preordered 15, the retailer said Friday.
Family phone plans can span years, states and marriages. CNBC asked its millennial staff: 'Is there a right time to hop off of the family phone plan?'
Thomas Rogers, WinView executive chairman, provides insight to the conflict between content providers and carriers in the changing media landscape as reports surface about Justice Department divestiture demands.
Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global weighs in on the impacts of the bond market.