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Fantasy-sports gaming company FanDuel introduces the Bitcoin Bowl.
Bacteria engineered by Caltech medical researchers acts like sonar inside the body so it can track disease-fighting immunotherapy cells.
The firm at the center of the Uber power struggle tried to part with 25 percent of its shares, Recode reports.
It's uncertain how much interest oil and gas drillers have in exploring vast waters the Trump administration wants to make available.
Not all roles are valued equally.
Goldman Sachs reiterates its buy rating for Nvidia shares, predicting the chipmaker will report earnings ahead of expectations.
Since the government started tracking it in 1972, the black unemployment rate had not fallen below 7 percent until December.
In an usual move for the executive branch, the White House's top economic advisor, Gary Cohn, said he believes stocks are cheap.
Gary Cohn tells CNBC he has no plans to leave his White House job soon.
"I think we live in such an immediate gratification society."
The former CFO of a hospital where Robert Weaver claimed to have worked in supervisory positions said, "I don't recall that name whatsoever."
Pressure on Big Food is increasing, and a lower corporate tax rate may make a company breakup cheaper.
The billionaire argues against Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinding laws that allowed the legalization of marijuana.
Non-verbal signals are responsible for more than half of your message.
The "TODAY" co-anchor says persistence was key to her success.
Department stores and general merchandisers led retail job losses for the month of December.
The most-downloaded health apps on iPhone and Android app stores reveal where Americans are turning to take control of health issues.
The world's largest prime number is 23 million digits long and part of a group of primes studied for centuries.
It plays with your senses more than you'd think.