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U.S. stocks mostly fell on Friday, with the S&P 500 continuing its record rise, after the February jobs report exceeded expectations.
Not only are Target's sales taking a hit in the aftermath of its data breach: fewer people are going there in the first place.
A growing number of start-ups are betting consumers will pay at least something to keep their data away from prying eyes.
Here's what needs to happen for bitcoin to be taken seriously as an investment, says Michael Yoshikami.
A gambler is suing a Vegas casino after he lost $500,000, arguing he should not pay his debt because the establishment got him drunk.
Putin is trying to rebuild Soviet Union, former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNBC.
From the age we begin working, many of us create a spendthrift lifestyle that can't be maintained after retirement, especially if we haven't saved.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
Ukraine Prime Minister Yatsenyuk told CNBC his country is not prepared to make concessions over Crimea, the region at the center of tensions between Russia and the West.
News suggesting Japan's $1.26 trillion public pension fund could shift money out of bonds should bolster stocks and keep the yen weak, analysts say.
With Apple's story over the next year to center on iPhones and products to make the smartphone more useful, it may struggle to impress investors.
While tensions in Ukraine have ebbed, it's not time for global markets to put the crisis behind just yet, analysts say.
Euro-dollar is set to power higher, even after jumping to a two-month high on Thursday following upbeat comments from ECB, analysts told CNBC.
Tech giants are winning the war for talent and Silicon Valley office space, encouraging start-ups to go on a global hunt for a new heartland.
In this week's Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog-get a Warren Buffett rewind, Carl Icahn unleashed and maybe meet the next WhatsApp disruptor.
Most car companies want to sell more cars. Ferrari wants to sell less. And so far, its strategy has been highly profitable.
As Ukraine remains in crisis mode, many of the country's billionaires are busy protecting their own pots of gold.
A deal made with Israel could help alleviate California's serious drought problem.
Calling it a serious threat, the CDC says American hospitals are overprescribing antibiotics, leaving patients vulnerable to superbugs.
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down his concept of a "two-track market," and explains why investors should stop comparing this era to the dotcom bust.
Investment firms have sharply increased the protection they buy to protect against macroeconomic shocks.
Although large employers are committed to providing their workers with health benefits now, the looming 'Cadillac' tax raises questions about the future.
The European Central Bank (ECB) upped its growth forecast for 2014 on Thursday, sending the euro higher, but downgraded its outlook for inflation.
The real problem holding back job creation and economic growth isn't taxes or Obamacare. It's our public schools, says Jake Novak.
Satoshi Nakamoto, the developer credited with inventing bitcoin, is alive, well and living a hermit's life California, according to Newsweek.
If a company posting to Asia is on the cards, be forewarned, rental accommodation in the region's major cities is among the world's most expensive.
As tensions in Ukraine appear to be easing, some analysts see an opportunity for cautious bargain hunting.
As high-end baijiu sales slump in China amid a crackdown on officials' spending, consumption of premium liquor in India is surging, says Diageo.
Even as StanChart posted an 11 percent on-year decline in pre-tax profit for 2013, the bank's Asia CEO said it had still been a relatively good year.
For Singaporeans, news that they live in the world's most expensive city is not a surprise but how pricey Singapore is remains the subject of debate.
Stocks were near flat Wednesday, a day after the S&P closed at a record high, after the private sector added fewer-than-forecast jobs last month.
Many-maybe most-NFL players face serious financial stresses after leaving the game. One boot camp wants to change that.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Autumn Radtke, the 28-year-old CEO of an upstart bitcoin exchange, died last week under mysterious circumstances at her home in Singapore.