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LGBT businesses in California may get the same consideration for contracts now given to minorities and women.
As to what is causing markets' slide, Cashin dismissed the idea that the "sell on Rosh Hashana" theory is solely behind it.
With increases in production, Americans are on track to buy a record number of new vehicles next year or by 2016.
Call your credit card company and ask them to waive a recent late fee. Then, ask them to cut your interest rate. It works, reports NBC's Today Show.
Investors are still betting on a rising stock market, but they've been doing so with less long-term conviction.
Kadmon, the drug company founded by Sam Waksal of ImClone and Martha Stewart fame, is starting to look more and more like ImClone.
The health-care industry is under attack by hackers.
Data breaches aren't limited to big retailers. Here's how small businesses can protect themselves from cyberthieves.
A major fund gave renewable energy advocates good news this week, but it won't make the oil industry fret just yet.
Government officials said they have no evidence to support an earlier Iraqi claim that Islamic State forces were plotting to attack subway systems in the U.S.
If passed, this bill can protect consumers' free speech online, reports NBC's Today Show.
Stocks tumbled in a perfect storm of factors, as traders weighed the potential impact of higher U.S. rates and the rising dollar.
EU antitrust regulators will unconditionally approve a $19 billion offer by Facebook for mobile messaging start-up, two people familiar with the matter said.
Apple's iPhones and iOS software have been praised, but they've also been criticized for early hitches, glitches and defects.
Some market pros say regional banks can offer hefty returns as a pure play on rising interest rates.
Investors need to know about stocks that perennially disappoint during autumn, USA Today reports.
NBC News reports President Obama said more awareness and funding is needed to fight Ebola. NBCNews reports.
In The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Richard Parsons on minimum wage, European economies, and scandals in sports
Vladimir Putin slapped restrictions on U.S. poultry imports. Are American chicken farmers worried? No. No, they're not.
A new study shows which companies are the most open about their political spending, and which aren't, The Fiscal Times reports.