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McDonald's reported a bigger-than-expected drop in sales for February, with rivals and weather biting into U.S. sales.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why some experts think 3-D printing stocks could fall further after an epic run last year.
The international investigation into the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight has so far yielded more questions than answers.
Malaysian investigators said on Monday that they have still not found anything that could be parts of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
As the population ages, younger baby boomers are starting small service enterprises. The NYT reports.
American Airlines will end agreements covering ticketing, baggage handling and frequent-flyer programs with JetBlue.
Sbarro and more than 30 affiliates filed for Chapter 11 protection from creditors on Monday.
The U.S. SEC seeks to become a force in the courtroom, a string of trial defeats has exposed a weak spot: witness testimony.
There's more at play in the recent housing setback than just this winter's frozenomics, Ara Hovnanian tells CNBC.
Investors' bullishness on gold looks set to continue, with bets on rising prices for the precious metal rising to the highest level in over 14 months.
Verizon's CFO said that he isn't concerned that recent price cuts in the cell phone service business will hurt his company in the longer term.
We talk about desktop and mobile but there's a third platform that is the new battleground for tech companies, says Buzzfeed COO Jon Steinberg.
EBay will reject a slate of board members proposed by Carl Icahn.
Stock valuations are "not excessive," but they're "not cheap" either, Wells Capital's James Paulsen tells CNBC.
In the midst of an $8 billion growth spurt, Sheraton will open a record 38 newly constructed hotels within 12 months.
Freescale Semiconductor workers who were on a Malaysia Airlines flight presumed to have crashed were doing sophisticated work at the U.S. chipmaker.
A poll finds that 15.9 percent of adults are uninsured thus far in 2014, down from 17.1 percent.
AT&T is cutting wireless data charges for individuals who have no annual service contract, as competition with rival T-Mobile US heats up.
Attorney General Eric Holder has joined the call for a nationwide notification standard, but divisions persist, making a consensus questionable.
The Philly Fed president is the latest central banker to suggest that weakness in the labor market is only temporary.