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Industry experts say the holiday weekend will be the most traveled of a summer that is shaping up to be the busiest in years.
Economists expect the economy to bounce back in the second half of the year after first-quarter GDP was revised to a decline of 2.9 percent.
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia is incensed over a Supreme Court ruling Wednesday that could potentially kill his company.
Diller adds that while the Supreme Court decision won't cause him a big financial loss, it is a blow to consumers.
Following the recent kidnapping of three Jewish teens, two Israeli companies launched search-and-rescue apps to help people in distress.
Cnbc's Becky Quick has comments from Aereo's key investor, Barry Diller, on the Supreme Court decision which essentially means an end to the service.
GM says a defective ignition switch linked to the recall of some 3.4 million cars was made in China, where another carmaker discovered a problem part.
Revenue from prostitution and "coffee" shops selling drugs contribute $3.4 billion a year to the Dutch economy, slightly more than cheese consumption.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against Aereo and finds it does violate broadcasts companies copyrights.
Marketers eagerly tore into Louis Suarez on Twitter after he allegedly bit another player in a World Cup match.
Barnes & Noble is going to split its retail and Nook Media businesses into two separate public companies as it looks to boost shareholder value.
Several big brands are scoring sizable World Cup points, dodging licensing cops and avoiding massive fees while still tackling fans on the sly.
Tech companies like MonkeyParking, Uber, Lyft and Airbnb attract investment and ire in San Francisco.
Stocks rose after the government reported the economy contracted more than expected in the first quarter and orders for durable goods declined.
Stocks fluctuated after the government reported the economy contracted more than expected in the first quarter and orders for durable goods declined.
A tweet Tuesday night by the Federal Student Aid agency that pictured a woman with the language "Help me. I'm poor," has caused outrage online.
It's worse than we thought. Rather than the 1 percent growth the Commerce Department reported last month, gross domestic product fell by 2.9 percent.
KFC said two investigations have not found evidence that an employee asked a 3-year-old girl to leave because her injuries disturbed customers.
Stocks tumbled sharply as concerns about the fighting in Iraq overshadowed better-than-expected reports on housing and consumer confidence.