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Olympians like Wall St's competitive, eat-what-you-kill culture, along with paychecks that are bigger and more stable than their sports could offer.
Pfizer is in advanced talks to acquire U.S. cancer drug company Medivation for close to $14 billion, as it seeks to boost its oncology portfolio.
The dollar strengthened Monday on expectations the Fed will give a signal this week that it is gearing up to raise interest rates.
Graduating college, getting a first job, getting married, having a baby… These are milestones that require a little extra financial planning.
A growing chorus is calling on the Mylan pharmaceutical company to justify its over 400 percent price hikes on EpiPens.
You dream of having a dog. But after you go to a pet shelter's website and diligently complete the adoption application, you're rejected. What?
Just over half of students graduate on time. Some colleges now offer an incentive: Finish in four years or the fifth year is tuition free.
Nestle's Nespresso started selling Cuban coffee beans for those who want to make themselves a real "cafecito cubano."
NBC Sports' Bob Costas tells TODAY in Rio that he thinks the scandal might be "a little more than a footnote" in Olympic history, but not a "dominant story."
Viacom and controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone have come to an agreement on terms of a settlement that would result in CEO Philippe Dauman's exit.
The settlement resolves government allegations that Harley bikes with "super tuners" polluted the air at levels greater than allowed by the EPA.
Focus is back on the U.S. Federal Reserve and whether it decides to raise interest rates.
For athletes not named Michael Phelps or Simone Biles, it can be challenging to capitalize on even medal-worthy performances.
A new letter reveals Aetna expressly warned the DOJ it would leave the Obamacare exchanges if its Humana merger was blocked.
The dollar fell to a seven-week low after minutes from the Fed's July meeting showed a bias among policymakers against raising interest rates.
The cost of saving your child's life has gotten a lot more expensive.
Republican nominee Donald Trump doubled down on his very open hostility to environmental regulations last week in an economic policy outline.
The No. 2 U.S wireless provider will roll out a new data plan that nixes overage fees by reducing data speeds for customers who exceed their plan.
An average of 78 percent of flights on major U.S. airlines arrived on time during the month of June, according to the Transportation Department.
Parents may be looking forward to back to school, but they're probably not so excited about the daily transportation challenges.