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Fab.com is expected to sell for between $15 million and $50 million, TechCrunch reported, citing multiple sources.
China's economy is slowing as global demand remains too low for its manufacturing capacity and labor costs rise, Peter Baum said.
Florida real estate brokers are looking for sales to heat up as the Northeast and Midwest shiver through the cold.
Pope Francis warned that if the world continues to abuse natural resources due to greed, it will lead to global disaster.
The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, the Financial Times reports.
A restaurant owner said NYC is targeting businesses that unintentionally use gender-based language in job ads.
The immigration actions may worsen the labor shortages that many industry groups wanted reform to fix.
As the cyberthreat landscape has gotten worse, there's been a silver lining of sorts for investors.
Some Obamacare plans may see significantly higher deductibles than people who get employer coverage, according to a new study.
Top home tier listings rose in more than 82 percent of the markets reviewed by Zillow compared to a year ago.
Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need has bipartisan support, a venture capital group said.
A new test measures whether kids know the ins and outs of a computer. Thousands of Canadian kids took the test and they excelled.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Central banks in Europe and China on Friday announced moves to ease credit. But the action may have limited impact.
Snow is coming, ski conditions are "fantastic" and the outlook is bright for Vail Resorts, its CEO told CNBC Friday.
Several Democratic senators criticized the NY Fed as too close to the mammoth financial institutions it regulates.
The White House decided it will postpone a decision on how much ethanol should be allowed in fuel.
Online retailer Amazon.com will release a new ad-supported video streaming service early next year, the New York Post reported, citing sources.
Optionmoster.com co-founders Jon and Pete Najarian discuss the week's top fantasy football picks.