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An item in the Senate tax bill would prevent professional sports organizations from operating as tax-exempt non-profits.
Investors are worried the angst over in-game monetization in EA's "Star Wars Battlefront II" will hurt its sales.
CNBC walks you through how to discover exactly what Facebook knows about you.
Blogger Joanna Hawley, who has 3.7 million followers on Pinterest, is remodeling her first house with hard work and sponsorships.
Jurvetson was asked to leave because DFJ caught him lying about what it considered serious allegations, a source said.
On GE's John Flannery, the jury is still out, but so far he's given no indication he can return GE to greatness, says Bill George.
Investors may want to take a longer term view appraising profit streams in this increasingly disruptive digital world.
Traditional friendship between China and North Korea represents "valuable wealth" for their people, China said.
Saudi Arabia and other Arab foreign ministers will hold an emergency meeting in Cairo on Sunday.
Tesla is a "losing enterprise" that won't last, Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors, told CNBC on Friday.
Almost 200 nations kept a global agreement to tackle climate change on track after talks overshadowed by U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out.
CNBC reviews Google's new Pixel Buds, which pair easily with a Pixel smartphone, and are supposed to let you translate languages.
As one prominent figure after another takes a dive due to sexual harassment allegations, the question remains: Why not Trump?
The U.S. military can thank battery pioneers such as Tesla for helping to make laser weapons smaller and more efficient, say experts.
Canadian Philip Baker, sentenced to 20 years in U.S. federal prison, gets a transfer home and eventually gets out of prison.
Racing is far from cheap, NASCAR drivers Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, and Martin Truex Jr. told CNBC on Tuesday.
Angus Young, who started AC/DC with his brother Malcolm, says, "The bond we had was unique and very special."
Brooklyn-based Rooftop Reds is the first urban rooftop vineyard turning its own grapes into wine. Its bottle will be priced at $1,000.
The sequel to Pixar's 2004 superhero film The Incredibles will bring back the super-powered Parr family.
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