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Apple's first foray into the world of the smartwatch generated nearly 1 million pre-orders in the United States on Friday.
A trader was forced to eat eight quarter pounders until he was sick as part of initiation ceremony at his firm in London's financial district.
One could make a convincing argument that bacon is the greatest food product God and man and pigs ever created. One man thinks it could be better.
The Apple Watch has arrived and fans are lining up around the world for their first chance to try one on.
The Apple Watch is already out of stock for people buying it the normal way —but there are plenty for sale on eBay.
Nearly 13% of Americans don't file until the last week and 12% miss the April 15 tax deadline altogether.
College is expensive. Not going to college can be even costlier.
Nissan and BMW said on Friday they are recalling more than 165,000 vehicles globally due to potential fuel pump failures .
After months of burned-out buildings lining the streets, the city of Ferguson, Missouri, has reached a milestone in the recovery process.
The Apple Watch is (almost) here and fans are drooling at the possibility of getting their hands on the tech giant's latest must-have gizmo.
April 15 is just around the corner so you may be worrying how to pay your debt, how to spend your refund or simply stressing how to get your taxes done in time. CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant offers these last minute tax tips.
The Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook's first new major product, was available for pre-order online and to try out in stores — but not take home.
America's largest drugstore chain announced plans to close down some stores and streamline operations.
Don't get too excited about all the positive Apple Watch reviews just yet. The device still has some big challenges ahead, industry experts say.
Automakers say the new technology will keep you safer than ever on the nation's roads. But it could make you sicker.