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Next year could be a big year for U.S. energy markets and the economy, Goldman says.
A "tougher" Volcker rule takes aim at executives, should the firms have lapses in oversight, according to sources.
A restaurant in New York is drawing customers (and buzz)with the city's latest food craze: a burger made with crickets.
Will Bernanke taper by year-end? Sorkin weighs in.
"No city wants to take on the state pension system by itself," said Stockton's new mayor. "Every city thinks some other city will take care of it."
Rising rates, in addition to tighter underwriting and fast-rising home prices, have pushed borrowers to smaller lenders.
The U.S. should lead global growth in 2014 as fiscal drags relax, Goldman Sachs' Jan Hatzius tells CNBC.
GPS will tell you how to get to the nearest Apple store. With iBeacon, Apple aims to guide you around once you're inside.
If naughty kids get a lump of coal in their stocking, do good kids get clean energy? Depends on who's playing Santa in your nation's capital, says Terry Tamminen.
The SEC has commenced an investigation into Barnes & Noble's accounting, pushing shares of the bookstore chain sharply lower.
Goldman Sachs may be one of the last firms standing as Wall Street's affair with raw materials sours.
The November jobs report confirms the economy is improving, but not enough to push the Fed to remove stimulus this month.
Expanding into China would represent a "gigantic game-changer" for one social media site, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Millions of unemployed Americans are gradually getting back to work. But their paychecks have barely budged.
Gold looks poised for its first annual fall in 14 years, with bullion prices down 26 percent since the start of 2013.
Gold dove on the jobs report, then soared. Here's why.
U.S. consumer sentiment surged in December as Americans' outlook on the economy and job prospects improved, a survey released on Friday showed.
Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser tells CNBC "it's probably time to gracefully exit" the central bank's quantitative easing bond purchases.
Job creation moved forward again in November, with the U.S. economy adding a better-than-expected 203,000 to the employment rolls.
Women are paying it forward in Jordan by helping female Syrian refugees launch businesses to survive.