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A new Starbucks campaign encourages its baristas to strike up conversations about modern-day race relations with its customers.
Lumber Liquidators has added a new way to handle the thousands of customers asking for free formaldehyde test kits after a "60 Minutes" story.
In a given month, the jobs report could be both a win and a loss for the economy. To make sense of it all, the Bureau of Labor applies a formula that finds trends. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
As fast food workers in 19 cities file safety complains, a new study says that workplace injuries are widespread in the industry.
Tesla Motors says it could be on the verge of eliminating one of the biggest obstacles to widespread acceptance of battery-electric vehicles.
One of just a few poor or black students at a wealthy prep school, Andre Robert Lee returns to his childhood school to dig deep into inequality and race.
Brooke Melton's parents accused the automaker of hiding evidence when they settled their previous lawsuit.
Honda announces a national ad campaign to convince owners of vehicles equipped with potentially defective airbags to bring them in for repairs.
A total of about three million whales were killed in the 20th century, according to a new estimate, driven by leaps in technology and illegal catches.
Tax plays a big role in your financial life as you approach retirement. CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks about three steps to lighten your tax load before you retire.
According to The Knot's annual Real Weddings Study, the average cost of a wedding (excluding honeymoon) reached an all-time high of $31,213 in 2014.
Embattled flooring company Lumber Liquidator said it will send consumers upon request a kit to test for formaldehyde following a CBS investigation.
An online short-term loan advertising site backed by TV host Montel Williams was fined for breaking New York's laws on high interest rate loans.