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SkyMall is Back and has Big Plans

SkyMall is back from bankruptcy and ready to return to your seatbacks to sell you garden Yetis and foldable beds.

Big Gap In Latino Home Ownership: New Study

Bienvenido a mi casa - welcome to my home.

Uber, Lyft Push Back Against Proposed NYC Regulations

Uber and Lyft are pushing back against a New York City effort to regulate app-based ride-hailing services.

Australia's Richest Woman Loses $3.8B Battle

Gina Rinehart, dubbed Australia's richest person by Forbes, lost control of a roughly $3.8 billion trust in court on Thursday.

FBI Opens Investigation into Data Breach at IRS

The FBI has opened an investigation into the recent data breach at the Internal Revenue Service, CNBC has learned Thursday.

Report: Men More Likely Than Women to Die in Car Crashes

Male motorists are twice as likely to be killed behind the wheel as women, according to new data.

A Lamborghini SUV? Yep, It's Coming

Luxury automaker Automobili Lamborghini confirmed reports that it will be introducing a sports utility vehicle to its product line by 2018.

529 vs. 401(k): Save for College or Retirement?

CNBC's personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson explains how you can save for your retirement while putting money towards for your children's college educations. The key is to prioritize your savings.

What Makes the U.S. the World's Soccer Police?

FIFA was created in 1904 to unify the laws of soccer across all nations and organize soccer competitions around the world. The FIFA World Cup is its most prestigious.

Tourists Won't Stop Getting Naked at This Sacred Temple

Cambodia's Angkor Wat is among the world's most magnificent holy sites. But a rash of nude photo shoots has now created a scandal.

Why FIFA's Sponsors Aren't Running Away (Yet)

Visa, Coca-Cola, McDonald's and other brands said they were "extremely concerned" about allegations of widespread corruption within FIFA.

Google Confirms 'Buy Button' Is Coming Very Soon

Google's next commerce effort will be a "buy button" to help people purchase products featured in its shopping ads.

Could El Niño Bring Relief to California's Drought?

As bad as California's drought has gotten, a strengthening El Niño season could mean help is on the way.

Good News, American Workers: You Matter Again

The new prime battleground in the war between the states for business is in the workforce.

Teen Drivers a Risk to Everyone on the Road

Lack of experience behind the wheel combined with distracted driving makes a dangerous concoction for teen drivers.

Why You Shouldn't Call Social Security on a Tuesday

When it comes to Social Security questions, there's two problems: getting them answered accurately and getting them answered at all.

Ford Recalling Almost 423K Vehicles

The recall covers certain Ford Flex and Taurus vehicles, as well as the Lincoln MKS and MKT from 2011 through 2013.

This Is the World's Most Valuable Brand

Apple has reclaimed its crown as the world's most valuable brand, worth a staggering $247 billion, according to WPP and Millward Brown.

Egg Substitutes You Can Try As Prices Rise

'No Work, No Hope': Two-Fifths Are Unemployed Here

Gaza has the highest unemployment rates in the world, according to a World Bank report being presented to donors on Wednesday.

Vox Media Buys Tech News Website Re/code

Tech news website Re/code says it's been acquired by online publishing company Vox Media.

IRS: Thieves Stole Tax Info From 100,000 Taxpayers

The IRS says thieves used an online service provided by the agency to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers.

Apple Promotes Tech Guru Jony Ive As Head of Design

Apple innovator Jonathan Ive says he's been promoted to the company's chief design officer.

How to Navigate the Retirement 'Danger Zone'

CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks about annuities and how it will help with your retirement saving.

Are You Sure That's Really a Mercedes?

It takes more than just a scorecard to keep up with the convoluted alliances in today's increasingly competitive auto industry.

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Chuck Artificial Ingredients

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut are the latest food retailers to proclaim they're getting rid of artificial ingredients.

Insurers Blasted for Not Giving Low-Mileage Discounts

A national consumer group says people who drive less aren't getting the price breaks they deserve from most of the big auto insurance companies.

Charter Agrees to Buy Time Warner for $55 Billion

Charter Communications has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable for $55 billion, in a deal that would combine the second and third largest U.S. cable providers.

Bernie Sanders Asks if American Economy is 'Moral'

Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders talks with CNBC's John Harwood about his views on income inequality, Hillary Clinton and whether he stands a chance of winning.

Charter Nears $55 Billion Deal for Time Warner Cable

The cash and stock deal comes just one month after Comcast Corp. dropped its $45.2 billion merger agreement with Time Warner. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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