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President Barack Obama ordered the freezing of U.S. assets and a ban on travel into the U.S. of those involved in threatening the Ukraine.
Gary Cohen was responsible for setting up Obamacare exchanges and establishing regulations for insurance companies.
The number of American companies planning job cuts declined in February, with the bulk of layoffs seen in the financial sector.
Foreign investors are snapping up U.S. oil and gas assets to gain access to proprietary energy technology.
The crisis on Ukraine can still send the markets into a tailspin, despite Russia appearing to back away from all-out war.
Chesapeake Energy and Encana were charged with colluding to keep lease prices artificially low in Michigan, state Attorney General Bill Schuette said.
US jobless claims dropped to a three month low, but workers were less productive last quarter.
DirecTV is in talks with Disney to license the rights to offer Disney's broadcast and cable channels as part of an Internet deal, DirecTV said.
Ukrainian politician Vitali Klitschko told CNBC that Russian President Vladimir Putin was worried over how events were unfolding in Ukraine.
The widening income gap between the wealthy and those left behind in Silicon Valley is sparking debate, anger and sporadic protests.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital has increased its bet on Greece's Alpha Bank, making it a top five holding.
Reid Hoffman criticized Icahn’s campaign against eBay, arguing it is rooted in short-term thinking that runs counter to the focus on long-term growth.
While Paul Tudor Jones II can claim annual returns of close to 19.5 percent in his Tudor BVI Global, it's been 11 years since he last hit that level.
Singapore police are investigating the suicide of a 28-year-old American woman who ran a small exchange trading virtual currencies.
Despite the recent softening in rental prices, Hong Kong remains the priciest location to lease a three-bedroom apartment globally, according a new report.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who famously accused Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg of stealing their idea, said they used bitcoins to buy tickets for a high-altitude voyage on billionaire Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic commercial spaceflight venture.
More than 1,000 workers have gone on strike at an IBM factory in China, in objection to the terms of their transfer to Lenovo. The FT reports.
After posting big sales gains in China in 2013, Ford has started 2014 with a strong performance and plans to accelerate operations in the country.
The question asked is always "Who is to blame?" and America finds itself in that very Russian exercise ever since Ukraine's invasion. The NYT reports.
The Fed will need to start raising short-term U.S. interest rates in the middle of next year as economic growth picks up and the jobless rate falls.