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Durable goods data is unexpectedly weak. Kraft surges on its merger. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all decline.
Comcast says it expects its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable to take longer because of a long-running regulatory review.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
The Supreme Court renews a former UPS driver's chance to prove her claim of discrimination after UPS failed to offer her lighter duty when she was pregnant.
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Orders to factories for long-lasting manufactured goods fell in February for the third time in four months, while a key investment category also fell.
Kraft Foods, maker of Velveeta cheese, will merge with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co to form North America's third-largest food and beverage company.
If you have at least $600 worth of forgiven or canceled debt, expect to be taxed by Uncle Sam.
A pay hike at Walmart and a reported copycat action at Target pale in comparison to what Chipotle, Shake Shack and Costco offer in wages and training.
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Stocks fall for a second session Tuesday with equities keeping in a tight range as traders focused on the dollar's strength and its effect on earnings.
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Thirty years ago, insurance companies advised consumer to buy a policy to help cover retirement expenses. But now, even insurers think it's unaffordable.
Consumer prices rebounded in February as gas prices rose for the first time since June, and there were also signs of an uptick in inflation pressures.
Taco Bell is introducing a biscuit taco this week and ditching its waffle taco, which was included last year in the rollout of the chain's breakfast menu.
Digital television is here, but there are plenty of reasons that we're not hopping on the trend. One involves what Apple hasn't done yet.
Berkshire Hathaway makes an unusual move by buying a European firm. Warren Buffett calls it a door opener to looking around the world for investments.
Some states shame delinquent taxpayers by publishing lists of their top scofflaws. Does it really collect what's owed?
The jury is out on Mattel's upcoming Hello Barbie, which will use Wi-Fi and voice-recognition technology to talk with your child.
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Even in an occupation that women overwhelmingly dominate, they still earn less than men, a study of nurses finds.
Stocks edged lower Monday after strong gains last week, as investors weighed the dollar's moves and its impact on other markets, including crude prices.