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Authorities do not need to change course on balancing security and privacy, President Obama and British PM Cameron said.
Jim Thompson, the founder and chairman of Crown Worldwide, celebrated his birthday with pushups.
A year in which the U.S. economy was supposed to turn the corner and lead the world has started out in bumpy fashion.
The classic car auctions in Scottsdale, Arizona, are off to a fast start, suggesting the market remains strong.
Top U.S. health official Marilyn Tavenner resigned as administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Friday.
A new study finds that the mobile industry last year produced more than $3.3 trillion in revenue.
Net capital outflows were driven by the country's conflict with Ukraine and the pressure of international sanctions.
We've pulled together a list of just some of retailers that have disappeared over the last 25 years. Bring on the nostalgia.
Investors are growing concerned as smartphones and other consumer electrics become commodities, Kevin O'Leary told CNBC.
Bonds hit session lows on after a private report on sentiment in early January reduced some worries about domestic growth.
Millions of people are potentially eligible for exemptions from Obamacare taxes, but many won't apply for those waivers.
After a scorching four years, the luxury real-estate market may be cooling off, according to the CNBC Luxury Real-Estate Report.
Healthcare executives name the CEOs they'd most like to replace.
This just may be the earnings season that we see the impact of the global slowdown, says Michael Yoshikami.
A publisher will stop selling a book whose young, paralyzed subject says the story of going to heaven is not true.
Gillette is suing four former employees for disclosing trade secrets to their current employer.
Standard & Poor's rating agency could lower Russia's credit rating to "junk" status after the ruble erased earlier gains Friday.
BlackBerry's 16th anniversary may not be a sweet one. But the stock is up 75 percent since late 2013 and some analysts are bullish.
Greece will neither leave the euro nor be kicked out of the single currency area, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday.