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Lawmakers are fighting to scrap an operation that exists to sell government documents people can find for free online.
The survey comes after last week's discovery of the Heartbleed bug and last year's data breach at Target.
While individuals seek to take advantage of dozens of loopholes, corporations have famously excelled at this game, NYT reports.
The Fed is actively considering additional measures to address risks in the short-term wholesale funding market, Chair Janet Yellen said.
Coke reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, as strong sales in China offset sluggish Europe and U.S. volumes.
U.S. consumers paid slightly higher prices in March than in the month prior, but inflation remained dormant.
Fund managers haven't changed their investment strategies for the tech sector, in spite of the recent heavy selling.
Market watcher James Paulsen says last week's selloff is "temporary and probably a buying opportunity."
Google said the number of spots in its newly extended 'Explorer Program' are limited. The product will not be available outside of the US as of yet.
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General Electric's CEO Jeff Immelt may step down sooner than his expected 20-year tenure, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Leap Act aims to develop a talent pool for industries facing a skills shortage, such as energy and manufacturing.
The Guardian US and Washington Post were awarded the Pulitzer prize for coverage of secret surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency.
Americans used more health services and spent more on prescription drugs in 2013, reversing a recent trend.
The price of bitcoin rose on Tuesday despite growing uncertainty regarding regulation in China.
Gold will remain a strong safe-haven bet in spite of its recent seesawing price.
China will have investors on edge on Wednesday with the release of its GDP figures which are expected to show growth grinding down to a 5-year low.
Opposing forces are set to keep the euro-dollar locked in a tense tug of war, analysts told CNBC.
Balestra Capital, the hedge fund firm founded by James Melcher in 1979, is set to lose two senior leaders.