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Biden will seek to de-escalate tensions after China demanded planes flying near contested islands identify themselves.
Increased online grocery shopping presents a problem for producers of the candy, magazines and drinks.
While adding capacity during high-demand periods makes sense in theory, the reality is far more complicated.
The income gender gap can widen with age, and some believe one reason is that women don't always ask for more money.
Bitcoin continued its stellar rally on Wednesday, marking a gain of 7,600 percent for the year.
Hedge fund managers are riding their best stock ideas as long as possible as overall returns lag.
The global tech company will focus on the commercial PC and tablet market in 2014, CEO Meg Whitman tells CNBC.
"Lower income households were still more concerned about job gains," said the consumer sentiment survey's director.
Officials believe a derailment at a northern Ohio rail yard leaked flammable liquid.
The 2013 holiday shopping season may end up being remembered for its sharp discounts.
The Obama plan to raise the minimum wage to $9 a hour would help the economy, a top former advisor says.
A look at the millionaire population suggests little connection between taxes and a state's population of millionaires.
Durable goods orders were soft in October, but US claims gave new hope to job seekers.
Here are a few ways to help make sure you keep your holiday spending under control this season.
Officials have urged allies to hold back enrollment efforts so the insurance marketplace doesn't collapse in a rush of users. The NYT reports.
Two market veterans told CNBC they underestimated the power of the Federal Reserve on the markets.
A report has raised the once-unthinkable possibility that banks could start charging customers for depositing their money. USA Today reports.
The global financial crisis will not dominate stock markets next year, according to Nomura - because it has come to an end.
Obama kept pressure on Congress to pass a new multiyear farm bill without resorting to the steep cuts in food stamps.
Detroit has "huge potential" and might even be a place for Berkshire Hathaway to invest, Warren Buffett said Tuesday night, according to a report.