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CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on changes in the holdings of hedge fund heavyweight Appaloosa Management.
It's time to pass legislation that counts homeless kids correctly so they can get the help they need, says Covenant House President Kevin Ryan.
As the Colorado theater shooting case moves closer toward a trial, the taxpayer-funded attorneys for defendant James Holmes have revealed little about their case, including how much it has cost to defend him.
Marc Lore, founder of Jet, says he has his sights set on disrupting Amazon's business model.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe will be the Democratic speaker at this year's Gridiron Club dinner, the On Media blog has learned.
One Texas-based CEO explained Friday how very cheap oil could hurt people.
Wall Street believes many oil stocks will emerge from their funk this year, according to a report from Birinyi Associates.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber resigned amid allegations that his fiancee used her relationship to enrich herself.
The NBC News investigation into the veracity of Brian Williams' personal stories is ongoing, but a list of examples is already starting to build.
The order provides legal safe harbor for companies that share cyberthreat information with the government or each other.
The percentage has actually fallen over the past two decades.
The announcement is a stunning fall for the 67-year-old.
Remembering a friend, a journalist and a journalist's friend.
He calls the slayings "brutal and outrageous."
Some companies have a better chance than others at managing the fallout from plunging oil prices.
Oil rose above $60 a barrel on Friday for the first time this year, bringing its gain this week to almost 4 percent.
Five steps to help you and your significant other figure out what you want from your money now and in the future.
It was man versus machine when Bill Ackman interviewed Ray Dalio in New York.
The U.S. government will begin taking the mobile payment service later this year, said Apple CEO Tim Cook.