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Former Swiss banker Raoul Weil is looking forward to confronting U.S. charges for allegedly helping rich Americans avoid tax, according to his lawyer.
Peter O'Toole, the actor of regal bearing and piercing blue eyes who shot to fame in the film "Lawrence of Arabia," has died at age 81.
Which of these assets would you snap up this Christmas if you had $1 million to splash?
Dollar bulls are betting the Fed will start tapering as early as this week, CNBC’s latest poll of currency traders, analysts and strategists showed.
Between 2006 and 2011, about one-quarter of U.S. manufacturers producing mainly toys vanished, according to Census data.
Yields on two- and 10-year Treasurys could end 2014 at 2 percent in different extreme scenarios, according to investment bank Morgan Stanley.
China's manufacturing activity slowed to a three-month low in December, raising questions about growth.
Traders warn that one event this week could have a violent impact on the market.
As Amazon readies a fleet of delivery drones, Google has snapped up the creator of the world's fastest running robot. The FT reports.
Members of frequent flier programs face ongoing plan changes and the notion that if an airline decides to kick them out, there's little they can do.
Senate Democrats are still short of the votes needed to pass a budget deal, Sen. Dick Durbin said Sunday.
Christmas tree lots are emptying quickly this year. Where to look for a big tree—and bigger bargains.
Despite Wall St. anxiety, the Fed's upcoming "tapering" of money flows into the U.S. economy could spell good news for us.
Thousands massed on Sunday for a rally against President Viktor Yanukovich.
Scoff if you like but bitcoin, despite its myriad detractors, is getting an increasing level of focus in high finance.
] While the Korean industrial group dominates some electronics categories, its chairman warns employees against complacency. The NYT reports.
A key referendum on Egypt's amended constitution will be held next month, the interim president has said.
U.S. Senator John McCain met Ukrainian opposition leaders in Kiev and voiced support for protesters.
The White House says enrollment error rates are down. Insurers tell a different story.
Many restaurants are looking to customer ordering via tablets as a way to boost sales and reduce wait times.