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BlackRock's bond guru expects positive economic data to lift yields.
If you've ever wanted to roam the beautiful greens of Augusta, this may be the year to do it.
The iconic chicken chain is recalibrating its moral and culinary compass. It wants to go from old school to almost cool, USA TODAY reports.
Coca-Cola stands to lose a big chunk of revenue from Monster Beverage. But there's a solution: Acquire it.
The Fed is allowing the economy to waste rosources by letting inflation stay too low and unemployment too high, a top official says.
Louise Yamada says the pullback has further to go. And if it breaks below this key level, she'll start to get concerned.
Bridgewater has posted positive returns this year as other hedge funds that bet on macroeconomic trends have faltered.
The rule would force banks to fund part of their business through less risky sources such as shareholder equity, rather than by borrowing money.
Four high-quality tech companies are worth buying, Jordan Rohan says.
Consumer advocates say their investigations of paid tax preparers reveal high levels of fraud and incompetence.
To demonstrate his company's product, we asked mCig COO Mark Linkhorst to heat up some mCigs and vape them on camera.
In a new measure, food companies will be asked to label their products as "blend" if sweeteners are added to honey, in an effort to regulate food.
Microsoft ends customer support for Windows XP, leaving users vulnerable to hackers.
A look at some tech billionaire's wealth offers a lesson in tech stock volatility.
As US energy production surges—along with threats of European conflict—some say it's high time to export more nat gas.
A new Apple TV set top box may be on its way.
The hiring is part of a broader effort at the family office, which manages Cohen's own money alongside that of others.
The Fed's two-year extension to banks to shed risky loans does nothing to prevent another crisis, Dick Bove says.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why the stock market selloff of recent days isn't continuing today.
There's market fear, but it's not being expressed through the CBOE Volatility Index.