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China has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost twice as fast as the previous US holder.
Americans will soon begin to buy health coverage through new state insurance exchanges. Their choices will vary sharply.
America may be falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to creating entrepreneurial wealth, a study shows.
A new report says Iran is sending 4,000 troops to help back Syrian President Bashar al Assad. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Tom Petrie, Petrie Partners, discuss how the oil market is reacting.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of what the Fed is likely to do and say about tapering. Also, how fundamentals are driving market uncertainty, with Steven Wietling, Citi Private Bank.
Boeing and Airbus showcase their new wide-bodied planes at the 2013 Paris Air Show.
Facebook may announce a video feature to its photo-sharing app Instagram at an event it is hosting on Thursday.
Bank of America paid cash bonuses to push homeowners into foreclosure, former workers say.
The Supreme Court says states cannot require voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a registration system.
An update on which companies are poised to make big profits in the airline space, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau. There was an order today for a 20 Airbus A380s, worth about $8 billion.
David Riedel, Riedel Research Group president and founder, discusses how China's shadow banking system could create a situation where the country finds it hard to grow its way out of credit excesses.
The top court says deals between pharmaceutical companies and their generic drug competitors can sometimes be illegal.
Cramer said that market dynamics are creating an nightmare scenario for both bulls and bears. Here's why.
Doug Kass has had it with the haters and declared his intent Monday to leave Twitter.
Now that's a shot of confidence: Home builder sentiment hit a 7-year high in June.
Breaking up Smithfield and selling the parts could create more value for investors, Starboard CEO Jeffrey Smith tells CNBC.
More upbeat about their prospects, Boomers are reshaping traditional notions of how the golden years should be lived.
The FAA did "everything right" in the dealing with the battery issues on Boeing's new Dreamliner, CEO James McNerney says.
Growth in New York state manufacturing picked up in June, but the details were less encouraging.
Home warranties are supposed to provide some peace of mind. But in many cases, they merely add to consumer frustration.