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Drugs against cystic fibrosis is facing criticism that there is conflict of interest in funding, the New York Times.
ust 38 percent of Americans surveyed say they favor Obama taking executive action without receiving approval from Congress.
The SEC adopted a new rule that requires stock exchanges to take steps to protect against market disruptions.
PandoDaily editor Sarah Lacy spoke out after Uber executive Emil Michael singled her out in comments suggesting the company should dig up dirt on reporters.
When companies do reverse splits, it's often seen as a Hail Mary pass. When ETFs try the same move, it's often cheered.
A perfect storm is brewing for bipartisan health-care reform, says former Rep. Pete Hoekstra.
Is a massive rally ahead for the miners? One big trader certainly thinks so.
Starbucks will begin a nationwide rollout of wireless charging spots in its coffee shops, Re/code reports.
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Students' reading habits don't prepare them for jobs, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Icahn reportedly purchased the home of Vera Coking, who made headlines after resisting overtures to sell from Donald Trump.
A new study suggests that CEO's who choose leisure over hard work aren't maximizing shareholder value. The Fiscal Times reports.
Discussing Uber's culture, Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, says it's clear there is a pattern of communication that's come out of Uber that they believe anything goes.
A new study reveals that lack of mentors and access to capital is inhibiting the growth of women-owned businesses.
It will soon cost you money to check a bag on JetBlue if you buy the cheapest level of tickets.
Recessions...plunging oil prices...how should investors play all of this global economic turmoil?
Gamestop reports earnings on Thursday, and analysts said they still love the stock—despite heavy shorting.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with John Malone, Liberty Media chairman, about Internet regulatory intervention and the economics of Internet speeds and data. Malone also weighs in on the likelihood Comcast's deal with Time Warner will happen.
Apple must pay a Texas company $23.6 million for using SkyTel pager technology in its devices without permission.